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Compelled Disclosure Of Internet Interconnection Agreements Creates Anticompetitive Risks, Daniel A. Lyons Jun 2014

Compelled Disclosure Of Internet Interconnection Agreements Creates Anticompetitive Risks, Daniel A. Lyons

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

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Peering Into The Comcast-Netflix Deal, Daniel A. Lyons Mar 2014

Peering Into The Comcast-Netflix Deal, Daniel A. Lyons

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

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Meaningful Journalism Or "Infotainment"? The Failure To Define The Public Interest In Axel Springer Ag V. Germany, Kathryn Manza Feb 2014

Meaningful Journalism Or "Infotainment"? The Failure To Define The Public Interest In Axel Springer Ag V. Germany, Kathryn Manza

Boston College International and Comparative Law Review

Although American courts provide wide discretion for freedom of the press, the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms ensures that the right to privacy enjoys equal footing with freedom of expression in Europe. When navigating the grey areas between these two frequently opposing rights, the European Court of Human Rights allows private information about a public figure to be published only to the extent the information contributes to the public interest. In Axel Springer AG v. Germany, the court missed a valuable opportunity to provide a clear standard for what the public interest encompasses. Although the ...


The Search For A Limited Search: The First Circuit Denies The Search Of Cell Phones Incident To Arrest In United States V. Wurie, Evan O'Connor Feb 2014

The Search For A Limited Search: The First Circuit Denies The Search Of Cell Phones Incident To Arrest In United States V. Wurie, Evan O'Connor

Boston College Law Review

On May 17, 2013, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit in United States v. Wurie held that the warrantless search of a cell phone was not justified by the search-incident-to-arrest exception to the Fourth Amendment and was thus an illegal search. In doing so, the court declined to agree with other federal appeals court solutions regarding this issue; most notably, the Fifth Circuit’s 2007 decision in United States v. Finley and the Seventh Circuit’s 2012 decision in United States v. Flores-Lopez. This Comment argues that the approaches taken by courts on both sides of ...