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Typhoid Mario: Video Game Piracy As Viral Vector And National Security Threat, Andrew V. Moshirnia Jan 2018

Typhoid Mario: Video Game Piracy As Viral Vector And National Security Threat, Andrew V. Moshirnia

Indiana Law Journal

Current academic and policy discussions regarding video game piracy focus on the economic losses inherent to copyright infringement. Unfortunately, this approach neglects the most significant implication of video game piracy: malware distribution. Copyright-motivated efforts to shut down file-sharing sites do little to reduce piracy and actually increase viral malware infection. Pirated video games are an ideal delivery device for malware, as users routinely launch unverified programs and forego virus detection. The illicit nature of the transaction forces users to rely almost entirely on the reputation of websites, uploaders, and other users to determine if a file is safe to download ...


National Protection Of Student-Athlete Mental Health: The Case For Federal Regulation Over The National Collegiate Athletic Association, Jayce Born Jul 2017

National Protection Of Student-Athlete Mental Health: The Case For Federal Regulation Over The National Collegiate Athletic Association, Jayce Born

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From The Seat Of The Chair: An Insider’S Perspective On Ncaa Student-Athlete Voices, Scott Krapf Jan 2015

From The Seat Of The Chair: An Insider’S Perspective On Ncaa Student-Athlete Voices, Scott Krapf

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This Article explains how student-athletes already have a significantly influential voice. The Author calls upon his personal experience as a former Division I student-athlete and Chair of the NCAA Division I National Student-Athlete Advisor Committee to show that student athletes are capable of effectuating change by expressing themselves through existing means, rather than unionization.


Copytraps, Ned Snow Jan 2009

Copytraps, Ned Snow

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Congress has unintentionally evoked copytraps, which exact thousands of dollars from the Internet user who innocently buys music without knowing that it infringes copyright. Copytraps arise when Web sites lure innocent users into downloading expression that seems legal but is actually infringing. Regardless of whether the Web site appears legitimate, whether a user's good-faith belief is reasonable, or whether the Web site owner is unaware that the material is infringing, users who download infringing material face strict liability punishment, and the penalties are severe. It is entrapment, with the spoils from the innocent going to large corporate copyright holders ...


Balco, The Steroids Scandal, And What The Already Fragile Secrecy Of Federal Grand Juries Means To The Debate Over A Potential Federal Media Shield Law, Peter Meyer Oct 2008

Balco, The Steroids Scandal, And What The Already Fragile Secrecy Of Federal Grand Juries Means To The Debate Over A Potential Federal Media Shield Law, Peter Meyer

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All Mixed Up: Bridgeport Music V. Dimension Films And De Minimis Digital Sampling, Jennifer R. R. Mueller Jan 2006

All Mixed Up: Bridgeport Music V. Dimension Films And De Minimis Digital Sampling, Jennifer R. R. Mueller

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Forced To Punt: How The Bowl Championship Series And The Intercollegiate Arms Race Negatively Impact The Policy Objectives Of Title Lx, Kevin J. Rapp Oct 2005

Forced To Punt: How The Bowl Championship Series And The Intercollegiate Arms Race Negatively Impact The Policy Objectives Of Title Lx, Kevin J. Rapp

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Offensive Protection: The Potential Application Of Intellectual Property Law To Scripted Sports Plays, Proloy K. Das Jul 2000

Offensive Protection: The Potential Application Of Intellectual Property Law To Scripted Sports Plays, Proloy K. Das

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Professional Athletes-Held To A Higher Standard And Above The Law: A Comment On High-Profile Criminal Defendants And The Need For States To Establish High-Profile Courts, Laurie Nicole Robinson Oct 1998

Professional Athletes-Held To A Higher Standard And Above The Law: A Comment On High-Profile Criminal Defendants And The Need For States To Establish High-Profile Courts, Laurie Nicole Robinson

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No abstract provided.


Of Hoops, Labor Dupes And Antitrust Ally-Oops: Fouling Out The Salary Cap, D. Albert Daspin Jan 1998

Of Hoops, Labor Dupes And Antitrust Ally-Oops: Fouling Out The Salary Cap, D. Albert Daspin

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No abstract provided.


Unique Or Ubiquitous: Art Prints And The Uniform Commercial Code, Wendy C. Lowengrub Apr 1997

Unique Or Ubiquitous: Art Prints And The Uniform Commercial Code, Wendy C. Lowengrub

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The Title Ix Tug-Of-War And Intercollegiate Athletics In The 1990'S: Nonrevenue Men's Teams Join Women Athletes In The Scramble For Survival, Susan M. Shook Jul 1996

The Title Ix Tug-Of-War And Intercollegiate Athletics In The 1990'S: Nonrevenue Men's Teams Join Women Athletes In The Scramble For Survival, Susan M. Shook

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No abstract provided.


The Strategic Targeting Of Diligence: A New Perspective On Stemming The Illicit Trade In Art, Julia A. Mccord Jul 1995

The Strategic Targeting Of Diligence: A New Perspective On Stemming The Illicit Trade In Art, Julia A. Mccord

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The United States Olympic Committee And The Suspension Of Athletes: Reforming Grievance Procedures Under The Amateur Sports Act Of 1978, Ellis E. Hollis Iii Jan 1995

The United States Olympic Committee And The Suspension Of Athletes: Reforming Grievance Procedures Under The Amateur Sports Act Of 1978, Ellis E. Hollis Iii

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No abstract provided.


Counterspeech As An Alternative To Prohibition: Proposed Federal Regulation Of Tobacco Promotion In American Motorsport, David A. Locke Jan 1994

Counterspeech As An Alternative To Prohibition: Proposed Federal Regulation Of Tobacco Promotion In American Motorsport, David A. Locke

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Professional Sports Leagues, Antitrust, And The Single-Entity Theory: A Defense Of The Status Quo, Michael S. Jacobs Jan 1991

Professional Sports Leagues, Antitrust, And The Single-Entity Theory: A Defense Of The Status Quo, Michael S. Jacobs

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No abstract provided.


Art And Law: At Home And Abroad, Douglass Boshkoff Jan 1988

Art And Law: At Home And Abroad, Douglass Boshkoff

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No abstract provided.


Balancing Due Process And Academic Integrity In Intercollegiate Athletics: The Scholarship Athlete's Limited Property Interest In Eligibility, Brian L. Porto Oct 1987

Balancing Due Process And Academic Integrity In Intercollegiate Athletics: The Scholarship Athlete's Limited Property Interest In Eligibility, Brian L. Porto

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No abstract provided.


Playing The Drug-Testing Game: College Athletes, Regulatory Institutions, And The Structures Of Constitutional Argument, John A. Scanlan Oct 1987

Playing The Drug-Testing Game: College Athletes, Regulatory Institutions, And The Structures Of Constitutional Argument, John A. Scanlan

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The National Collegiate Athletic Association's Death Penalty: How Educators Punish Themselves And Others, Rodney K. Smith Oct 1987

The National Collegiate Athletic Association's Death Penalty: How Educators Punish Themselves And Others, Rodney K. Smith

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No abstract provided.


Jurisdictional Limitations On Intangible Property In Eminent Domain: Focus On The Indianapolis Colts, Ellen Z. Mufson Apr 1985

Jurisdictional Limitations On Intangible Property In Eminent Domain: Focus On The Indianapolis Colts, Ellen Z. Mufson

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No abstract provided.


The Economic Realities Of Amateur Sports Organization, James V. Koch Jan 1985

The Economic Realities Of Amateur Sports Organization, James V. Koch

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SYMPOSIUM: Antitrust Issues In Amateur Sports, held at the Indiana University School of Law - March 1985


Antitrust And Amateur Sports: The Role Of Noneconomic Values, Wendy T. Kirby, T. Clark Weymouth Jan 1985

Antitrust And Amateur Sports: The Role Of Noneconomic Values, Wendy T. Kirby, T. Clark Weymouth

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SYMPOSIUM: Antitrust Issues In Amateur Sports, held at the Indiana University School of Law - March 1985


Antitrust: The Emerging Legal Issues (Symposium Introduction), John Scanlan Jan 1985

Antitrust: The Emerging Legal Issues (Symposium Introduction), John Scanlan

Indiana Law Journal

SYMPOSIUM: Antitrust Issues In Amateur Sports, held at the Indiana University School of Law - March 1985


"Don't Talk Of Fairness": The Chicago School's Approach Toward Disciplining Professional Athletes, Robert H. Heidt Jan 1985

"Don't Talk Of Fairness": The Chicago School's Approach Toward Disciplining Professional Athletes, Robert H. Heidt

Indiana Law Journal

SYMPOSIUM: Antitrust Issues In Amateur Sports

Held at Indiana University School of Law - March 1985


Alternative Broadcasting Arrangements After Ncaa, Byron L. Gregory, J. Craig Busey Jan 1985

Alternative Broadcasting Arrangements After Ncaa, Byron L. Gregory, J. Craig Busey

Indiana Law Journal

SYMPOSIUM: Antitrust Issues In Amateur Sports

Held at Indiana University School of Law - March 1985


Sports Broadcasting And The Law, Robert Alan Garrett, Philip R. Hochberg Apr 1984

Sports Broadcasting And The Law, Robert Alan Garrett, Philip R. Hochberg

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No abstract provided.


Midwest Video Crop. V. Fcc: The First Amendment Implications Of Cable Television Access, John K. Silk Oct 1978

Midwest Video Crop. V. Fcc: The First Amendment Implications Of Cable Television Access, John K. Silk

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No abstract provided.


Sports Anti-Siphoning Rules For Pay Cable Television: A Public Right To Free Tv?, M. Agnes Siedlecki Apr 1978

Sports Anti-Siphoning Rules For Pay Cable Television: A Public Right To Free Tv?, M. Agnes Siedlecki

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No abstract provided.


A Proposal For National Uniform Art-Proceeds Legislation, Ann Louise Straw Oct 1977

A Proposal For National Uniform Art-Proceeds Legislation, Ann Louise Straw

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No abstract provided.