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ArticleTitleAuthor
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
17 The SPY ACT: Ditching Damages as an Element of Liability for On-Line Conduct Between Private Parties?

abstract   full article

Andrew T. Braff
18 Applying the Wiretap Act to Online Communications after <em>United States v. Councilman

abstract   full article

Jessica Belskis
19 Compliance with California Privacy Laws: Federal Law Also Provides Guidance to Businesses Nationwide

abstract   full article

Anthony D. Milewski Jr.
13 Digitized Book Search Engines and Copyright Concerns

abstract   full article

Ari Okano
16 Electronic Health Records: Interoperability Challenges Patients' Right to Privacy

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
15

You Can Send This But Not That: Creating and Enforcing Employer Email Policies Under Sections 7 and 8 of the National Labor Relations Act After Register Guard

abstract   full article

By Nicole Lindquist
457 What Your Tweet Doesn’t Say: Twitter, Non-Content Data, and the Stored Communications Act

abstract   full article

Daniel Shickich
287 Are Courts Phoning It In? Resolving Problematic Reasoning in the Debate over Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones Incident to Arrest

abstract   full article

Derek A. Scheurer
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
17 The SPY ACT: Ditching Damages as an Element of Liability for On-Line Conduct Between Private Parties?

abstract   full article

Andrew T. Braff
18 Applying the Wiretap Act to Online Communications after <em>United States v. Councilman

abstract   full article

Jessica Belskis
19 Compliance with California Privacy Laws: Federal Law Also Provides Guidance to Businesses Nationwide

abstract   full article

Anthony D. Milewski Jr.
13 Digitized Book Search Engines and Copyright Concerns

abstract   full article

Ari Okano
16 Electronic Health Records: Interoperability Challenges Patients' Right to Privacy

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
15

You Can Send This But Not That: Creating and Enforcing Employer Email Policies Under Sections 7 and 8 of the National Labor Relations Act After Register Guard

abstract   full article

By Nicole Lindquist
457 What Your Tweet Doesn’t Say: Twitter, Non-Content Data, and the Stored Communications Act

abstract   full article

Daniel Shickich
287 Are Courts Phoning It In? Resolving Problematic Reasoning in the Debate over Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones Incident to Arrest

abstract   full article

Derek A. Scheurer
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
17 The SPY ACT: Ditching Damages as an Element of Liability for On-Line Conduct Between Private Parties?

abstract   full article

Andrew T. Braff
18 Applying the Wiretap Act to Online Communications after <em>United States v. Councilman

abstract   full article

Jessica Belskis
19 Compliance with California Privacy Laws: Federal Law Also Provides Guidance to Businesses Nationwide

abstract   full article

Anthony D. Milewski Jr.
13 Digitized Book Search Engines and Copyright Concerns

abstract   full article

Ari Okano
16 Electronic Health Records: Interoperability Challenges Patients' Right to Privacy

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
15

You Can Send This But Not That: Creating and Enforcing Employer Email Policies Under Sections 7 and 8 of the National Labor Relations Act After Register Guard

abstract   full article

By Nicole Lindquist
457 What Your Tweet Doesn’t Say: Twitter, Non-Content Data, and the Stored Communications Act

abstract   full article

Daniel Shickich
287 Are Courts Phoning It In? Resolving Problematic Reasoning in the Debate over Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones Incident to Arrest

abstract   full article

Derek A. Scheurer
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
17 The SPY ACT: Ditching Damages as an Element of Liability for On-Line Conduct Between Private Parties?

abstract   full article

Andrew T. Braff
18 Applying the Wiretap Act to Online Communications after <em>United States v. Councilman

abstract   full article

Jessica Belskis
19 Compliance with California Privacy Laws: Federal Law Also Provides Guidance to Businesses Nationwide

abstract   full article

Anthony D. Milewski Jr.
13 Digitized Book Search Engines and Copyright Concerns

abstract   full article

Ari Okano
16 Electronic Health Records: Interoperability Challenges Patients' Right to Privacy

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
15

You Can Send This But Not That: Creating and Enforcing Employer Email Policies Under Sections 7 and 8 of the National Labor Relations Act After Register Guard

abstract   full article

By Nicole Lindquist
457 What Your Tweet Doesn’t Say: Twitter, Non-Content Data, and the Stored Communications Act

abstract   full article

Daniel Shickich
287 Are Courts Phoning It In? Resolving Problematic Reasoning in the Debate over Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones Incident to Arrest

abstract   full article

Derek A. Scheurer
573 What Is the Media in the Age of the Internet? Defamation Law and the Blogosphere

abstract   full article

Lauren Guicheteau
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
17 The SPY ACT: Ditching Damages as an Element of Liability for On-Line Conduct Between Private Parties?

abstract   full article

Andrew T. Braff
18 Applying the Wiretap Act to Online Communications after <em>United States v. Councilman

abstract   full article

Jessica Belskis
19 Compliance with California Privacy Laws: Federal Law Also Provides Guidance to Businesses Nationwide

abstract   full article

Anthony D. Milewski Jr.
13 Digitized Book Search Engines and Copyright Concerns

abstract   full article

Ari Okano
16 Electronic Health Records: Interoperability Challenges Patients' Right to Privacy

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
15

You Can Send This But Not That: Creating and Enforcing Employer Email Policies Under Sections 7 and 8 of the National Labor Relations Act After Register Guard

abstract   full article

By Nicole Lindquist
457 What Your Tweet Doesn’t Say: Twitter, Non-Content Data, and the Stored Communications Act

abstract   full article

Daniel Shickich
287 Are Courts Phoning It In? Resolving Problematic Reasoning in the Debate over Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones Incident to Arrest

abstract   full article

Derek A. Scheurer
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
17 The SPY ACT: Ditching Damages as an Element of Liability for On-Line Conduct Between Private Parties?

abstract   full article

Andrew T. Braff
18 Applying the Wiretap Act to Online Communications after <em>United States v. Councilman

abstract   full article

Jessica Belskis
19 Compliance with California Privacy Laws: Federal Law Also Provides Guidance to Businesses Nationwide

abstract   full article

Anthony D. Milewski Jr.
13 Digitized Book Search Engines and Copyright Concerns

abstract   full article

Ari Okano
16 Electronic Health Records: Interoperability Challenges Patients' Right to Privacy

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
15

You Can Send This But Not That: Creating and Enforcing Employer Email Policies Under Sections 7 and 8 of the National Labor Relations Act After Register Guard

abstract   full article

By Nicole Lindquist
457 What Your Tweet Doesn’t Say: Twitter, Non-Content Data, and the Stored Communications Act

abstract   full article

Daniel Shickich
287 Are Courts Phoning It In? Resolving Problematic Reasoning in the Debate over Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones Incident to Arrest

abstract   full article

Derek A. Scheurer
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
17 The SPY ACT: Ditching Damages as an Element of Liability for On-Line Conduct Between Private Parties?

abstract   full article

Andrew T. Braff
18 Applying the Wiretap Act to Online Communications after <em>United States v. Councilman

abstract   full article

Jessica Belskis
19 Compliance with California Privacy Laws: Federal Law Also Provides Guidance to Businesses Nationwide

abstract   full article

Anthony D. Milewski Jr.
13 Digitized Book Search Engines and Copyright Concerns

abstract   full article

Ari Okano
16 Electronic Health Records: Interoperability Challenges Patients' Right to Privacy

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
15

You Can Send This But Not That: Creating and Enforcing Employer Email Policies Under Sections 7 and 8 of the National Labor Relations Act After Register Guard

abstract   full article

By Nicole Lindquist
457 What Your Tweet Doesn’t Say: Twitter, Non-Content Data, and the Stored Communications Act

abstract   full article

Daniel Shickich
287 Are Courts Phoning It In? Resolving Problematic Reasoning in the Debate over Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones Incident to Arrest

abstract   full article

Derek A. Scheurer
573 What Is the Media in the Age of the Internet? Defamation Law and the Blogosphere

abstract   full article

Lauren Guicheteau
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
17 The SPY ACT: Ditching Damages as an Element of Liability for On-Line Conduct Between Private Parties?

abstract   full article

Andrew T. Braff
18 Applying the Wiretap Act to Online Communications after <em>United States v. Councilman

abstract   full article

Jessica Belskis
19 Compliance with California Privacy Laws: Federal Law Also Provides Guidance to Businesses Nationwide

abstract   full article

Anthony D. Milewski Jr.
13 Digitized Book Search Engines and Copyright Concerns

abstract   full article

Ari Okano
16 Electronic Health Records: Interoperability Challenges Patients' Right to Privacy

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
15

You Can Send This But Not That: Creating and Enforcing Employer Email Policies Under Sections 7 and 8 of the National Labor Relations Act After Register Guard

abstract   full article

By Nicole Lindquist
457 What Your Tweet Doesn’t Say: Twitter, Non-Content Data, and the Stored Communications Act

abstract   full article

Daniel Shickich
287 Are Courts Phoning It In? Resolving Problematic Reasoning in the Debate over Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones Incident to Arrest

abstract   full article

Derek A. Scheurer
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
17 The SPY ACT: Ditching Damages as an Element of Liability for On-Line Conduct Between Private Parties?

abstract   full article

Andrew T. Braff
18 Applying the Wiretap Act to Online Communications after <em>United States v. Councilman

abstract   full article

Jessica Belskis
19 Compliance with California Privacy Laws: Federal Law Also Provides Guidance to Businesses Nationwide

abstract   full article

Anthony D. Milewski Jr.
13 Digitized Book Search Engines and Copyright Concerns

abstract   full article

Ari Okano
16 Electronic Health Records: Interoperability Challenges Patients' Right to Privacy

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
15

You Can Send This But Not That: Creating and Enforcing Employer Email Policies Under Sections 7 and 8 of the National Labor Relations Act After Register Guard

abstract   full article

By Nicole Lindquist
457 What Your Tweet Doesn’t Say: Twitter, Non-Content Data, and the Stored Communications Act

abstract   full article

Daniel Shickich
287 Are Courts Phoning It In? Resolving Problematic Reasoning in the Debate over Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones Incident to Arrest

abstract   full article

Derek A. Scheurer
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
17 The SPY ACT: Ditching Damages as an Element of Liability for On-Line Conduct Between Private Parties?

abstract   full article

Andrew T. Braff
18 Applying the Wiretap Act to Online Communications after <em>United States v. Councilman

abstract   full article

Jessica Belskis
19 Compliance with California Privacy Laws: Federal Law Also Provides Guidance to Businesses Nationwide

abstract   full article

Anthony D. Milewski Jr.
13 Digitized Book Search Engines and Copyright Concerns

abstract   full article

Ari Okano
16 Electronic Health Records: Interoperability Challenges Patients' Right to Privacy

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
15

You Can Send This But Not That: Creating and Enforcing Employer Email Policies Under Sections 7 and 8 of the National Labor Relations Act After Register Guard

abstract   full article

By Nicole Lindquist
457 What Your Tweet Doesn’t Say: Twitter, Non-Content Data, and the Stored Communications Act

abstract   full article

Daniel Shickich
287 Are Courts Phoning It In? Resolving Problematic Reasoning in the Debate over Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones Incident to Arrest

abstract   full article

Derek A. Scheurer
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
17 The SPY ACT: Ditching Damages as an Element of Liability for On-Line Conduct Between Private Parties?

abstract   full article

Andrew T. Braff
18 Applying the Wiretap Act to Online Communications after <em>United States v. Councilman

abstract   full article

Jessica Belskis
19 Compliance with California Privacy Laws: Federal Law Also Provides Guidance to Businesses Nationwide

abstract   full article

Anthony D. Milewski Jr.
13 Digitized Book Search Engines and Copyright Concerns

abstract   full article

Ari Okano
16 Electronic Health Records: Interoperability Challenges Patients' Right to Privacy

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
15

You Can Send This But Not That: Creating and Enforcing Employer Email Policies Under Sections 7 and 8 of the National Labor Relations Act After Register Guard

abstract   full article

By Nicole Lindquist
457 What Your Tweet Doesn’t Say: Twitter, Non-Content Data, and the Stored Communications Act

abstract   full article

Daniel Shickich
287 Are Courts Phoning It In? Resolving Problematic Reasoning in the Debate over Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones Incident to Arrest

abstract   full article

Derek A. Scheurer
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
17 The SPY ACT: Ditching Damages as an Element of Liability for On-Line Conduct Between Private Parties?

abstract   full article

Andrew T. Braff
18 Applying the Wiretap Act to Online Communications after <em>United States v. Councilman

abstract   full article

Jessica Belskis
19 Compliance with California Privacy Laws: Federal Law Also Provides Guidance to Businesses Nationwide

abstract   full article

Anthony D. Milewski Jr.
13 Digitized Book Search Engines and Copyright Concerns

abstract   full article

Ari Okano
16 Electronic Health Records: Interoperability Challenges Patients' Right to Privacy

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
15

You Can Send This But Not That: Creating and Enforcing Employer Email Policies Under Sections 7 and 8 of the National Labor Relations Act After Register Guard

abstract   full article

By Nicole Lindquist
457 What Your Tweet Doesn’t Say: Twitter, Non-Content Data, and the Stored Communications Act

abstract   full article

Daniel Shickich
287 Are Courts Phoning It In? Resolving Problematic Reasoning in the Debate over Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones Incident to Arrest

abstract   full article

Derek A. Scheurer
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

abstract   full article

Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

abstract   full article

Emma Scanlan
9

Data Privacy and Breach Reporting: Compliance with Varying State Laws

 

abstract   full article

G. Martin Bingisser
11

Standardization in the European Information and Technology Sector: Official Procedures on the Verge of Being Overhauled

abstract   full article

Patrick Van Eecke & Maarten Truyens
295 Internet as a Human Right: A Practical Legal Framework to Address the Unique Nature of the Medium and to Promote Development

abstract   full article

Young Joon Lim and Sarah E. Sexton
133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

abstract   full article

M. Margaret McKeown
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

abstract   full article

Pedro Celis
17 The SPY ACT: Ditching Damages as an Element of Liability for On-Line Conduct Between Private Parties?

abstract   full article

Andrew T. Braff
18 Applying the Wiretap Act to Online Communications after <em>United States v. Councilman

abstract   full article

Jessica Belskis
19 Compliance with California Privacy Laws: Federal Law Also Provides Guidance to Businesses Nationwide

abstract   full article

Anthony D. Milewski Jr.
13 Digitized Book Search Engines and Copyright Concerns

abstract   full article

Ari Okano
16 Electronic Health Records: Interoperability Challenges Patients' Right to Privacy

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
15

You Can Send This But Not That: Creating and Enforcing Employer Email Policies Under Sections 7 and 8 of the National Labor Relations Act After Register Guard

abstract   full article

By Nicole Lindquist
457 What Your Tweet Doesn’t Say: Twitter, Non-Content Data, and the Stored Communications Act

abstract   full article

Daniel Shickich
287 Are Courts Phoning It In? Resolving Problematic Reasoning in the Debate over Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones Incident to Arrest

abstract   full article

Derek A. Scheurer
1 When is a Phone Call Not a Phone Call? Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of VoIP

abstract   full article

Paula K. Royalty
3 CAN Law Firms SPAM?

abstract   full article

Kevin Michael
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

abstract   full article

Laura Dunlop
2

Don't Bet on it: How Complying with Federal Internet Gambling Law is not Enough

 

abstract   full article

Jennifer W. Chiang
3

De-Identified Data and Third Party Data Mining: The Risk of Re-Identification of Personal Information

 

abstract   full article

C. Christine Porter
4

Whole Foods, Unwholesome Practices: Will Sock Puppeteers be Held Accountable for Pseudonymous Web Postings?

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
5

Does the U.S. SAFE WEB Act Strike the Proper Balance Between Law Enforcement Interests and Privacy Interests?

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
33 Mobile Marketing Derailed: How Curbing Cell-Phone Spam in Satterfield v. Simon & Schuster May Have Banned Text-Message Advertising

abstract   full article

Gareth S. Lacy
83 Trusting the Machines: New York State Bar Ethics Opinion Allows Attorneys to Use Gmail

abstract   full article

Kevin Raudebaugh
1 Broadcasting Expectations: An Unprotected Wireless Network Takes on Constitutional Dimensions

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
35

Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

abstract   full article

Chelsey Heindel
53

A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

abstract   full article

Christopher Young
5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACT Act”) makes incremental progress toward its goal of improving the protection of consumers and businesses in an age of increasingly sophisticated scams and cons. Congress enacted the FACT Act in order to further address the problems of identity theft, improve resolution of disputes over consumer credit information, enhance accuracy of consumer credit records, further regulate use of credit information, and broaden consumer access to credit information. The FACT Act imposes new business practices on companies that handle personal consumer information by requiring them to share with consumers information about data that has been collected and reported about them, as well as how and when that data is being used. Consumers and businesses may benefit from these changes if some harm has already occurred and, in any case, consumers should find that the accuracy and accessibility of their credit information has improved. However, they will find that prevention of future acts of identity theft was not the principal aim of the FACT Act and that other legislation and initiatives are necessary to adequately address these crimes.

abstract   full article

Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

abstract   full article

Strege-Flora
6

Age Verification as a Shield for Minors on the Internet: A Quixotic Search?

abstract   full article

Francoise Gilbert
7

Federal Tax Consequences of Virtual World Transactions

abstract   full article

Martin Bingisser
8

Ethical Duties to Prospective Clients Who Send Unsolicited Emails

abstract   full article

Nicole Lindquist
10

MySpace or Yours? The Impact of the MySpace-Attorneys General Agreement on Online Businesses

abstract   full article

Chelsea Peters
143 Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy

abstract   full article

Kendra Rosenberg
75 Ninth Circuit Unmasks Anonymous Internet Users and Lowers the Bar for Disclosure of Online Speakers

abstract   full article

Mallory Allen
93 Juror Investigation: Is In-Courtroom Internet Research Going Too Far?

abstract   full article

Duncan Stark
107 Social Media Policies for Character and Fitness Evaluations

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

abstract   full article

Dina Neda Rezvani

Last updated 12/31/1600