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The Electronic Agency And The Traditional Paradigms Of Administrative Law, Henry H. Perritt Jr. Mar 1992

The Electronic Agency And The Traditional Paradigms Of Administrative Law, Henry H. Perritt Jr.

All Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Tort Liability, The First Amendment, And Equal Access To Electronic Networks, Henry H. Perritt Jr. Mar 1992

Tort Liability, The First Amendment, And Equal Access To Electronic Networks, Henry H. Perritt Jr.

All Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Legal Responses To Commercial Transactions Employing Novel Communications Media, John Robinson Thomas Mar 1992

Legal Responses To Commercial Transactions Employing Novel Communications Media, John Robinson Thomas

Michigan Law Review

This Note analyzes contemporary business practices and specific characteristics of the new media, and suggests a judicial response consonant with courts' approaches to the earlier technologies of telegraphy and teletype. Part I examines the effect of the Statute of Frauds and rules of authentication upon contracts formed using these media. It concludes that documents produced by telefacsimile and electronic mail systems should be considered ordinary writings. Part II considers the Best Evidence Rule and argues that telefacsimiles and electronic mail transmissions should be considered the best evidence of the contract they memorialize. Part III evaluates doctrines of liability allocation in ...


Interactive Multimedia: What Is It, Why Is It So Important And What Do I Need To Know About It?, 11 Computer L.J. 585 (1992), Michael D. Scott, James N. Talbott Jan 1992

Interactive Multimedia: What Is It, Why Is It So Important And What Do I Need To Know About It?, 11 Computer L.J. 585 (1992), Michael D. Scott, James N. Talbott

The John Marshall Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law

No abstract provided.


Information Liability: New Interpretations For The Electronic Age, 11 Computer L.J. 481 (1992), Blodwen Tarter Jan 1992

Information Liability: New Interpretations For The Electronic Age, 11 Computer L.J. 481 (1992), Blodwen Tarter

The John Marshall Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law

No abstract provided.


Shrink-Wrap Licences In Europe After The Ec Software Directive, 11 Computer L.J. 597 (1992), Graham P. Smith Jan 1992

Shrink-Wrap Licences In Europe After The Ec Software Directive, 11 Computer L.J. 597 (1992), Graham P. Smith

The John Marshall Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law

No abstract provided.


Civil Remedies For The Victims Of Computer Viruses, 11 Computer L.J. 607 (1992), Susan C. Lyman Jan 1992

Civil Remedies For The Victims Of Computer Viruses, 11 Computer L.J. 607 (1992), Susan C. Lyman

The John Marshall Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law

No abstract provided.


The Policy, Law, And Facts Of Copyrighting Computer Screen Displays: An Essay, 11 Computer L.J. 371 (1992), I. T. Hardy Jan 1992

The Policy, Law, And Facts Of Copyrighting Computer Screen Displays: An Essay, 11 Computer L.J. 371 (1992), I. T. Hardy

The John Marshall Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law

No abstract provided.


An Eec Policy For Data Protection, 11 Computer L.J. 399 (1992), Peter Blume Jan 1992

An Eec Policy For Data Protection, 11 Computer L.J. 399 (1992), Peter Blume

The John Marshall Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law

No abstract provided.


The Legal Protection Of Computer Programs In The European Economic Community, 11 Computer L.J. 441 (1992), Christopher Voss Jan 1992

The Legal Protection Of Computer Programs In The European Economic Community, 11 Computer L.J. 441 (1992), Christopher Voss

The John Marshall Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law

No abstract provided.


Invasions Of Privacy And Computer Matching Programs: A Different Perspective, 11 Computer L.J. 461 (1992), Rubin E. Cruse Jr. Jan 1992

Invasions Of Privacy And Computer Matching Programs: A Different Perspective, 11 Computer L.J. 461 (1992), Rubin E. Cruse Jr.

The John Marshall Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law

No abstract provided.


Computer Networks, Libel And The First Amendment, 11 Computer L.J. 555 (1992), Terri A. Cutrera Jan 1992

Computer Networks, Libel And The First Amendment, 11 Computer L.J. 555 (1992), Terri A. Cutrera

The John Marshall Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law

No abstract provided.


Rules Of The Road For Global Electronic Highways: Merging The Trade And Technical Paradigms, Joel R. Reidenberg Jan 1992

Rules Of The Road For Global Electronic Highways: Merging The Trade And Technical Paradigms, Joel R. Reidenberg

Faculty Scholarship

International efforts to define fair information practices for global networks derive from two distinct paradigms. Traditionally, regulatory standards have been cast in trade terms. The trade perspective seeks to promote free flows of information and define standards that balance free flows against human rights values. Fair information practices also draw on another rarely emphasized technical paradigm. This approach seeks to eliminate any technological obstacles to free flows of information by defining standards for system integrity and interoperability. Nevertheless, these technical standards are set in ways that also define fair information practices. While each paradigm provides a basis to establish rules ...


Peek And Spy: A Proposal For Federal Regulation Of Electronic Monitoring In The Work Place, Susan Ellen Bindler Jan 1992

Peek And Spy: A Proposal For Federal Regulation Of Electronic Monitoring In The Work Place, Susan Ellen Bindler

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Law In The Electronic Brothel: How Postmodern Media Affect First Amendment Obscenity Doctrine, Kenneth W. Masters Jan 1992

Law In The Electronic Brothel: How Postmodern Media Affect First Amendment Obscenity Doctrine, Kenneth W. Masters

Seattle University Law Review

This Comment seeks to examine the implications of media ecology models for the past, present, and possible future of obscenity doctrine. Section II of this Comment applies the first model in examining the historical origins of obscenity doc- trine in light of media ecology. This analysis of history reveals a critical presupposition about the effects of media on human behavior.