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Race, Sex, And Rulemaking: Administrative Constitutionalism And The Workplace, 1960 To The Present, Sophia Z. Lee 2010 University of Pennsylvania

Race, Sex, And Rulemaking: Administrative Constitutionalism And The Workplace, 1960 To The Present, Sophia Z. Lee

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

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A "Pay Or Play" Experiment To Improve Children's Educational Television, Lili Levi 2010 University of Miami School of Law

A "Pay Or Play" Experiment To Improve Children's Educational Television, Lili Levi

Articles

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The Fcc's Affirmative Speech Obligations Promoting Child Welfare, Lili Levi 2010 University of Miami School of Law

The Fcc's Affirmative Speech Obligations Promoting Child Welfare, Lili Levi

Articles

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In God We Trust: The Judicial Establishment Of American Civil Religion, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 869 (2010), James J. Knicely, John W. Whitehead 2010 John Marshall Law School

In God We Trust: The Judicial Establishment Of American Civil Religion, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 869 (2010), James J. Knicely, John W. Whitehead

The John Marshall Law Review

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The Communications Decency Act And New York Times V. Sullivan: Providing Public Figure Defamation A Home On The Internet, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 491 (2010), Chris Williams 2010 John Marshall Law School

The Communications Decency Act And New York Times V. Sullivan: Providing Public Figure Defamation A Home On The Internet, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 491 (2010), Chris Williams

The John Marshall Law Review

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Virtually Enabled: How Title Iii Of The Americans With Disabilities Act Might Be Applied To Online Virtual Worlds, Joshua Newton 2010 Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Virtually Enabled: How Title Iii Of The Americans With Disabilities Act Might Be Applied To Online Virtual Worlds, Joshua Newton

Federal Communications Law Journal

The rise and popularity of online virtual worlds, such as World of Warcraft and Second Life, holds significant promise for people with disabilities. For people who are unable to easily leave home or travel, virtual worlds provide a public venue, wherein people may interact freely without the social stigma that accompanies disability. However, access to these virtual worlds may be inhibited by physical, visual, or aural impairments, and virtual-world developers can be hostile to modifying their products to mitigate these difficulties. Thus, some disability advocates have turned to Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, arguing that places of ...


Whose Burden Is It Anyway? Addressing The Needs Of Content Owners In Dmca Safe Harbors, Greg Janson 2010 Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Whose Burden Is It Anyway? Addressing The Needs Of Content Owners In Dmca Safe Harbors, Greg Janson

Federal Communications Law Journal

Much of today's network neutrality debate addresses concerns that cable providers will limit access to competing Web-based services delivering multimedia content. While proposals to mandate nondiscrimination for all Internet traffic surely will help create a competitive environment where online entertainment providers can prosper, ISP interference is not the only threat. Online entertainment sites that relay user-generated content are threatened by crippling litigation brought by copyright holders for actions taken by third parties using their services. Reliance on the safe harbors provided in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act has, in most cases, proved unsuccessful. This Note addresses the concerns of ...


The Changing Patterns Of Internet Usage, Christopher S. Yoo 2010 University of Pennsylvania Law School

The Changing Patterns Of Internet Usage, Christopher S. Yoo

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

The Internet unquestionably represents one of the most important technological developments in recent history. It has revolutionized the way people communicate with one another and obtain information and created an unimaginable variety of commercial and leisure activities. Interestingly, many members of the engineering community often observe that the current network is ill-suited to handle the demands that end users are placing on it. Indeed, engineering researchers often describe the network as ossified and impervious to significant architectural change. As a result, both the U.S. and the European Commission are sponsoring “clean slate” projects to study how the Internet might ...


Internet Governance And Democratic Legitimacy , Olivier A. Sylvain 2010 Fordham University School of Law

Internet Governance And Democratic Legitimacy , Olivier A. Sylvain

Faculty Scholarship

Even as the Internet goes pop, federal policymakers continue to surrender their statutory obligation to regulate communications in the first instance to extralegal nongovernmental organizations comprised of technical experts. The Federal Communications Commission’s conclusion that a major broadband service provider's network management practices were unreasonable is a case in point. There, in the absence of any decisive legislative or even regulatory guidance, the FCC turned principally to the engineering principles on which the Internet Engineering Task Force bases transmission standards: to wit, (1) decentralization, (2) interoperability, and (3) user empowerment. This impulse to defer as a matter of ...


Fraud, Fools, And Phishing: Mail Fraud And The Person Of Ordinary Prudence In The Internet Age, Lauren D. Lunsford 2010 University of Kentucky

Fraud, Fools, And Phishing: Mail Fraud And The Person Of Ordinary Prudence In The Internet Age, Lauren D. Lunsford

Kentucky Law Journal

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Innovations In The Internet’S Architecture That Challenge The Status Quo, Christopher S. Yoo 2010 University of Pennsylvania Law School

Innovations In The Internet’S Architecture That Challenge The Status Quo, Christopher S. Yoo

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

The current debate over broadband policy has largely overlooked a number of changes to the architecture of the Internet that have caused the price paid by and quality of service received by traffic traveling across the Internet to vary widely. Topological innovations, such as private peering, multihoming, secondary peering, server farms, and content delivery networks, have caused the Internet’s traditionally hierarchical architecture to be replaced by one that is more heterogeneous. Moreover, network providers have begun to employ an increasingly varied array of business arrangements. Some of these innovations are responses to the growing importance of peer-to-peer technologies. Others ...


Network Transparency: Seeing The Neutral Network, Adam Candeub, Daniel John McCartney 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

Network Transparency: Seeing The Neutral Network, Adam Candeub, Daniel John Mccartney

Faculty Publications

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Partisans & Partisan Commissions, Keith S. Brown, Adam Candeub 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

Partisans & Partisan Commissions, Keith S. Brown, Adam Candeub

Faculty Publications

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Introduction: The Law School's Role In Documenting And Analyzing The Increasingly Rapid Development Of Broadband, Michael Botein 2010 New York Law School

Introduction: The Law School's Role In Documenting And Analyzing The Increasingly Rapid Development Of Broadband, Michael Botein

Articles & Chapters

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Virtual Takings: The Coming Fifth Amendment Challenge To Net Neutrality Regulation, Daniel A. Lyons 2010 Boston College Law School

Virtual Takings: The Coming Fifth Amendment Challenge To Net Neutrality Regulation, Daniel A. Lyons

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

“Net neutrality” refers to the principle that broadband providers should not limit the content and applications available over the Internet. Long a rallying cry of techies and academics, it has become one of the central pillars of the Obama Administration’s telecommunications policy. The Federal Communications Commission’s efforts to regulate the “onramp to the Internet” have attracted significant attention from the telecommunications industry and the academic community, which have debated whether the proposed restrictions violate broadband providers’ First Amendment rights. But there is an additional constitutional implication of net neutrality that has not yet been sufficiently addressed in the ...


Understanding And Regulating The Sport Of Mixed Martial Arts, Brendan S. Maher 2010 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Understanding And Regulating The Sport Of Mixed Martial Arts, Brendan S. Maher

Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal

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Applying The Rationales Of Patent Claim Construction Doctrines To Interpretation Of Patent Statutes, Grace Pak 2010 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Applying The Rationales Of Patent Claim Construction Doctrines To Interpretation Of Patent Statutes, Grace Pak

Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal

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Protecting A Jewel Of A Trademark: Lessons Learned From The Dae Jang Geum Litigation On Using U.S. Law To Protect Trademarks Based On Imported Popular Culture Icons, Robert J. Kang 2010 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Protecting A Jewel Of A Trademark: Lessons Learned From The Dae Jang Geum Litigation On Using U.S. Law To Protect Trademarks Based On Imported Popular Culture Icons, Robert J. Kang

Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Storage And Privacy In The Cloud: Enduring Access To Ephemeral Messages, Sarah Salter 2010 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Storage And Privacy In The Cloud: Enduring Access To Ephemeral Messages, Sarah Salter

Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal

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The Agony Of War And A World Without Law, Josh Zetlin 2010 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

The Agony Of War And A World Without Law, Josh Zetlin

Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal

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