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Viability Of Consumer Grade Hardware For Learning Computer Forensics Principles, Lazaro A. Herrera 2021 Nova Southeastern University

Viability Of Consumer Grade Hardware For Learning Computer Forensics Principles, Lazaro A. Herrera

Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law

We propose utilizing budget consumer hardware and software to teach computer forensics principles and for non-case work, research and developing new techniques. Consumer grade hardware and free / open source software is more easily accessible in most developing markets and can be used as a first purchase for education, technique development and even when developing new techniques. These techniques should allow for small forensics laboratories or classroom settings to have the tooling and framework for trying existing forensics techniques or creating new forensics techniques on consumer grade hardware. We'll be testing how viable each individual piece of hardware is as ...


Administrative Law In The Automated State, Cary Coglianese 2021 University of Pennsylvania Law School

Administrative Law In The Automated State, Cary Coglianese

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

In the future, administrative agencies will rely increasingly on digital automation powered by machine learning algorithms. Can U.S. administrative law accommodate such a future? Not only might a highly automated state readily meet longstanding administrative law principles, but the responsible use of machine learning algorithms might perform even better than the status quo in terms of fulfilling administrative law’s core values of expert decision-making and democratic accountability. Algorithmic governance clearly promises more accurate, data-driven decisions. Moreover, due to their mathematical properties, algorithms might well prove to be more faithful agents of democratic institutions. Yet even if an automated ...


Regulations For Smart Mobility: Proceed With Caution, Connor Saenz 2021 Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law

Regulations For Smart Mobility: Proceed With Caution, Connor Saenz

Science and Technology Law Review

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Agriculture & Blockchain: Identifying Liability And Guaranteeing Quality, Morgan Crider 2021 Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law

Agriculture & Blockchain: Identifying Liability And Guaranteeing Quality, Morgan Crider

Science and Technology Law Review

No abstract provided.


Gotta Catch ‘Em All! The Rise Of Esports And The Evolution Of Its Regulations, Elizabeth Chung 2021 Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law

Gotta Catch ‘Em All! The Rise Of Esports And The Evolution Of Its Regulations, Elizabeth Chung

Science and Technology Law Review

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The Case For Dhs To Classify The Internet Of Things As Critical Infrastructure In The United States, Jessica G. Martz 2021 Southern Methodist University

The Case For Dhs To Classify The Internet Of Things As Critical Infrastructure In The United States, Jessica G. Martz

Science and Technology Law Review

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Front Matter, 2021 Southern Methodist University

Front Matter

Science and Technology Law Review

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Discourse On Digital Government And Regulation: A Bibliometric Analysis, Prakoso Bhairawa Putera, Amelya Gustina 2021 Indonesian Institute of Sciences

Discourse On Digital Government And Regulation: A Bibliometric Analysis, Prakoso Bhairawa Putera, Amelya Gustina

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

This study aims to discuss digital government and regulation, analyzed through the bibliometric approach with the Scopus database for the last 20 years and visualized through the VOSviewer software version 1.6.16. The results indicate that the topic of e-government has become essentially prominent and has been the most discussed in the past two decades. Approximately 41.1% of digital government and regulation articles are classified under the subject area of 'Computer Science', continued by Social Sciences (18.3%), and Business, Management and Accounting (10.2%), with the majority of being 'All Open Access' (46%). The trend of publication ...


Informative Concepts Of Hypothetical Cyber Crimes, 2021 United Arab Emirates University

Informative Concepts Of Hypothetical Cyber Crimes

Journal Sharia and Law

As long as there is law, represented by the legislative authority, concerned with crime control through appropriate legislations, there will be various views and legal issues concerning Information crimes emanating from the hypothetical cyber circle of computers, which is entirely different from traditional crimes.

This study tackles this issue focusing on the nature of crimes growing up in the new hypothetical existence and subsequently endangering the security of national, Arabic and international information to enable legal bodies in our Arab World to make appropriate approach to it.

After full analysis of most common concepts in the technological field of hypothetical ...


Taxing Cloud Computing Proves To Be Just That--Taxing, Emily A. Ivers 2021 Boston College Law School

Taxing Cloud Computing Proves To Be Just That--Taxing, Emily A. Ivers

Boston College Law Review

In February 2020, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, in Citrix Systems, Inc. v. Commissioner of Revenue ruled that the sale of cloud computing subscriptions was subject to state sales tax because it was a transfer of tangible personal property. This was the first time a state’s highest court decided on the taxability of cloud computing products. As the industry continues to grow at a rapid pace, states have struggled to determine how to tax it. Some states find these products to be a non-taxable service, whereas others stretch their definitions of tangible personal property to allow taxation. This Comment ...


Barnet As Tr. Of 2012 Saretta Barnet Revocable Tr. V. Ministry Of Culture & Sports Of The Hellenic Republic, 961 F.3d 193 (2d Cir. 2020), Meghan Jackson 2021 DePaul University College of Law

Barnet As Tr. Of 2012 Saretta Barnet Revocable Tr. V. Ministry Of Culture & Sports Of The Hellenic Republic, 961 F.3d 193 (2d Cir. 2020), Meghan Jackson

DePaul Journal of Art, Technology & Intellectual Property Law

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Fighting To Protect Individual Privacy In A Rapidly Advancing Technological World, Farzana Ahmed 2021 DePaul University College of Law

Fighting To Protect Individual Privacy In A Rapidly Advancing Technological World, Farzana Ahmed

DePaul Journal of Art, Technology & Intellectual Property Law

No abstract provided.


The Nflpo: The Nfl's Private Patent Office, Paul Fina 2021 DePaul University College of Law

The Nflpo: The Nfl's Private Patent Office, Paul Fina

DePaul Journal of Art, Technology & Intellectual Property Law

No abstract provided.


Ex Ante Intellectual Property Considerations For Small Businesses, Jason A. Sanders 2021 DePaul University College of Law

Ex Ante Intellectual Property Considerations For Small Businesses, Jason A. Sanders

DePaul Journal of Art, Technology & Intellectual Property Law

No abstract provided.


Revitalizing Language Through Education: Ireland's Use Of International Law To Drive Linguistic Preservation, Emma A. O'Connell 2021 DePaul University College of Law

Revitalizing Language Through Education: Ireland's Use Of International Law To Drive Linguistic Preservation, Emma A. O'Connell

DePaul Journal of Art, Technology & Intellectual Property Law

No abstract provided.


The Data Privacy Landscape During Covid-19: An Exploration Of Some Of The Major Data Privacy Regulations And Trends, Gitanjali Deb 2021 DePaul University

The Data Privacy Landscape During Covid-19: An Exploration Of Some Of The Major Data Privacy Regulations And Trends, Gitanjali Deb

DePaul Journal of Art, Technology & Intellectual Property Law

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents, Ashley Stoll 2021 University of Washington School of Law

Table Of Contents, Ashley Stoll

Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts

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Digital Contract Tracing In The Workplace, Alexandra Kiosse 2021 Fordham University School of Law

Digital Contract Tracing In The Workplace, Alexandra Kiosse

Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the way businesses run and operate in the United States. With the dire need to keep employees safe, digital contact tracing has become the most efficient mechanism for controlling the spread of the virus within places of employment. However, information privacy laws come into tension with the use of employee health data by employers and third parties. This Article proposes a careful balance between contact tracing and maintaining employees’ privacy as they share health and proximity data with digital contact tracing applications in the workplace.


Open World Regulation: The Urgent Need For Federal Legislation On Video Game Loot Boxes, Alex Reyes 2021 University of Washington School of Law

Open World Regulation: The Urgent Need For Federal Legislation On Video Game Loot Boxes, Alex Reyes

Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts

Loot boxes are items in video games that contain randomized prizes that players can purchase with real-world money. In recent years, loot boxes have come under scrutiny because the relationship between behavior and the underlying mechanics of loot boxes are similar to that of addictive behaviors associated with real-world gambling. Many papers suggest solutions focused on industry changes without direct regulation. However, these papers neglect the enormous profit incentive to maintain a business practice which can have detrimental behavioral effects on children. The United States federal government must take example from a growing number of European countries and ban the ...


The Offense Of Unauthorized Access In Computer Crimes' Legislation A Comparative Study, Rizgar Mohammed Kadir 2021 University of Salahaddin (Kurdistan Region)

The Offense Of Unauthorized Access In Computer Crimes' Legislation A Comparative Study, Rizgar Mohammed Kadir

Journal Sharia and Law

This article is dedicated to dealing with one of the main computer related crimes namely unauthorized access. Unauthorized computer access has emerged as a great challenge to the computer industry long before computer crimes statutes had been enacted, so prosecutors have tried to subject the act to traditional offense provisions. Since such efforts failed or faced real legal difficulties, legislators have come to the conclusion that such an offense should be evaluated under a new criminal provision. Legislators are invited to enact specific computer crime statutes to criminalize the process of unauthorized access and make it a first order offense ...


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