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Cgi Social Media Influencers: Are They Above The Ftc’S Influence?, Kelly Callahan Jan 2021

Cgi Social Media Influencers: Are They Above The Ftc’S Influence?, Kelly Callahan

Journal of Business & Technology Law

No abstract provided.


Brain Machine Interfaces And Ethics: A Transition From Wearable To Implantable, Lydia Montalbano Jan 2021

Brain Machine Interfaces And Ethics: A Transition From Wearable To Implantable, Lydia Montalbano

Journal of Business & Technology Law

No abstract provided.


Artificial Intelligence & Algorithmic Bias: The Issues With Technology Reflecting History & Humans, Maya C. Jackson Jan 2021

Artificial Intelligence & Algorithmic Bias: The Issues With Technology Reflecting History & Humans, Maya C. Jackson

Journal of Business & Technology Law

No abstract provided.


'Playola' And Fraud On Digital Music Platforms: Why Legislative Action Is Required To Save The Music Streaming Market, Christine Smith Burton Jan 2021

'Playola' And Fraud On Digital Music Platforms: Why Legislative Action Is Required To Save The Music Streaming Market, Christine Smith Burton

Journal of Business & Technology Law

No abstract provided.


Humans Vs. Robots: Rethinking Tax Policy For A More Sustainable Future, Kathryn Kisska-Schulze, Karie Davis-Nozemack Jan 2020

Humans Vs. Robots: Rethinking Tax Policy For A More Sustainable Future, Kathryn Kisska-Schulze, Karie Davis-Nozemack

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


Prediction, Persuasion, And The Jurisprudence Of Behaviorism, Frank A. Pasquale, Glyn Cashwell Jan 2018

Prediction, Persuasion, And The Jurisprudence Of Behaviorism, Frank A. Pasquale, Glyn Cashwell

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


A Rule Of Persons, Not Machines: The Limits Of Legal Automation, Frank A. Pasquale Jan 2018

A Rule Of Persons, Not Machines: The Limits Of Legal Automation, Frank A. Pasquale

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Technological Triggers To Tort Revolutions: Steam Locomotives, Autonomous Vehicles, And Accident Compensation, Donald G. Gifford Jan 2017

Technological Triggers To Tort Revolutions: Steam Locomotives, Autonomous Vehicles, And Accident Compensation, Donald G. Gifford

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Post Quon: An Analysis Of The Evolution Of New Media And The Employment Relationship, John H. Shannon, Susan A. O’Sullivan-Gavin Jan 2016

Post Quon: An Analysis Of The Evolution Of New Media And The Employment Relationship, John H. Shannon, Susan A. O’Sullivan-Gavin

Journal of Business & Technology Law

No abstract provided.


The Spectrum Of Control: A Social Theory Of The Smart City, Jathan Sadowski, Frank A. Pasquale Jul 2015

The Spectrum Of Control: A Social Theory Of The Smart City, Jathan Sadowski, Frank A. Pasquale

Faculty Scholarship

There is a certain allure to the idea that cities allow a person to both feel at home and like a stranger in the same place. That one can know the streets and shops, avenues and alleys, while also going days without being recognized. But as elites fill cities with “smart” technologies—turning them into platforms for the “Internet of Things” (IoT): sensors and computation embedded within physical objects that then connect, communicate, and/or transmit information with or between each other through the Internet—there is little escape from a seamless web of surveillance and power. This paper will ...


Four Futures Of Legal Automation, Frank A. Pasquale, Glyn Cashwell Jan 2015

Four Futures Of Legal Automation, Frank A. Pasquale, Glyn Cashwell

Faculty Scholarship

Simple legal jobs (such as document coding) are prime candidates for legal automation. More complex tasks cannot be routinized. So far, the debate on the likely scope and intensity of legal automation has focused on the degree to which legal tasks are simple or complex. Just as important to the legal profession, however, is the degree of regulation or deregulation likely in the future.

Situations involving conflicting rights, unique fact patterns, and open-ended laws will remain excessively difficult to automate for an extended period of time. Deregulation, however, may effectively strip many persons of their rights, rendering once-hard cases simple ...


When Enough Is Enough: Location Tracking, Mosaic Theory, And Machine Learning, Steven M. Bellovin, Renée M. Hutchins, Tony Jebara, Sebastian Zimmeck Jan 2014

When Enough Is Enough: Location Tracking, Mosaic Theory, And Machine Learning, Steven M. Bellovin, Renée M. Hutchins, Tony Jebara, Sebastian Zimmeck

Faculty Scholarship

Since 1967, when it decided Katz v. United States, the Supreme Court has tied the right to be free of unwanted government scrutiny to the concept of reasonable xpectations of privacy.[1] An evaluation of reasonable expectations depends, among other factors, upon an assessment of the intrusiveness of government action. When making such assessment historically the Court has considered police conduct with clear temporal, geographic, or substantive limits. However, in an era where new technologies permit the storage and compilation of vast amounts of personal data, things are becoming more complicated. A school of thought known as “mosaic theory” has ...


Journalists, Social Media And Copyright: Demystifing Fair Use In The Emergent Digital Environment, Patricia Aufderheide Jan 2014

Journalists, Social Media And Copyright: Demystifing Fair Use In The Emergent Digital Environment, Patricia Aufderheide

Journal of Business & Technology Law

No abstract provided.


Redesigning The Science Court, Justin Sevier Jan 2014

Redesigning The Science Court, Justin Sevier

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


Maryland's Social Networking Law: No "Friend" To Employers And Employees, Alexander Borman Jan 2014

Maryland's Social Networking Law: No "Friend" To Employers And Employees, Alexander Borman

Journal of Business & Technology Law

No abstract provided.


Speculative Tech: The Bitcoin Legal Quagmire & The Need For Legal Innovation, Paul H. Farmer Jr. Jan 2014

Speculative Tech: The Bitcoin Legal Quagmire & The Need For Legal Innovation, Paul H. Farmer Jr.

Journal of Business & Technology Law

No abstract provided.


Intellectual Property Issues In The Network Cloud: Virtual Models And Digital Three-Dimensional Printers, Darrell G. Mottley Jan 2014

Intellectual Property Issues In The Network Cloud: Virtual Models And Digital Three-Dimensional Printers, Darrell G. Mottley

Journal of Business & Technology Law

No abstract provided.


A Shattered Looking Glass: The Pitfalls And Potential Of The Mosaic Theory Of Fourth Amendment Privacy, David C. Gray, Danielle Keats Citron Jan 2013

A Shattered Looking Glass: The Pitfalls And Potential Of The Mosaic Theory Of Fourth Amendment Privacy, David C. Gray, Danielle Keats Citron

Faculty Scholarship

On January 23, 2012, the Supreme Court issued a landmark non-decision in United States v. Jones. In that case, officers used a GPS-enabled device to track a suspect’s public movements for four weeks, amassing a considerable amount of data in the process. Although ultimately resolved on narrow grounds, five Justices joined concurring opinions in Jones expressing sympathy for some version of the “mosaic theory” of Fourth Amendment privacy. This theory holds that we maintain reasonable expectations of privacy in certain quantities of information even if we do not have such expectations in the constituent parts. This Article examines and ...


The Impact Of Local Patent Rules On Rate And Timing Of Case Resolution Relative To Claim Construction: An Empirical Study Of The Past Decade, Pauline M. Pelletier Jan 2013

The Impact Of Local Patent Rules On Rate And Timing Of Case Resolution Relative To Claim Construction: An Empirical Study Of The Past Decade, Pauline M. Pelletier

Journal of Business & Technology Law

No abstract provided.


General Dynamics Corporation V. United States: An Unnecessary Distortion Of The State Secrets Privilege In The Contracting Context, Adam Spiers Jan 2013

General Dynamics Corporation V. United States: An Unnecessary Distortion Of The State Secrets Privilege In The Contracting Context, Adam Spiers

Journal of Business & Technology Law

No abstract provided.


Christopher V. Smithkline Beecham Corporation: An Unsurprising Loss For Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives And An Erosion Of Power For Administrative Agencies, Anna Johnston Jan 2013

Christopher V. Smithkline Beecham Corporation: An Unsurprising Loss For Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives And An Erosion Of Power For Administrative Agencies, Anna Johnston

Proxy

No abstract provided.


Adequate Attribution: A Framework For Developing A National Policy For Private Sector Use Of Active Defense, Shane Mcgee, Randy V. Sabett, Anand Shah Jan 2013

Adequate Attribution: A Framework For Developing A National Policy For Private Sector Use Of Active Defense, Shane Mcgee, Randy V. Sabett, Anand Shah

Journal of Business & Technology Law

No abstract provided.


A Commission On A Cyber Mission, Adrian Wilairat Jan 2013

A Commission On A Cyber Mission, Adrian Wilairat

Journal of Business & Technology Law

No abstract provided.


Compliance In The Ether: Cloud Computing, Data Security And Business Regulation, J. Nicholas Hoover Jan 2013

Compliance In The Ether: Cloud Computing, Data Security And Business Regulation, J. Nicholas Hoover

Journal of Business & Technology Law

No abstract provided.


Logic, Not Evidence, Supports A Change In Expert Testimony Standards: Why Evidentiary Standards Promulgated By The Supreme Court For Scientific Expert Testimony Are Inappropriate And Inefficient When Applied In Patent Infringement Suits, Claire R. Rollor Jan 2013

Logic, Not Evidence, Supports A Change In Expert Testimony Standards: Why Evidentiary Standards Promulgated By The Supreme Court For Scientific Expert Testimony Are Inappropriate And Inefficient When Applied In Patent Infringement Suits, Claire R. Rollor

Journal of Business & Technology Law

No abstract provided.


Dependence On Cyberscribes - Issues In E-Security, Thomas R. Mclean, Alexander B. Mclean Jan 2013

Dependence On Cyberscribes - Issues In E-Security, Thomas R. Mclean, Alexander B. Mclean

Journal of Business & Technology Law

No abstract provided.


Brown V. Entertainment Merchants Association: "Modern Warfare" On First Amendment Protection Of Violent Video Games, Jessica Fisher Jan 2013

Brown V. Entertainment Merchants Association: "Modern Warfare" On First Amendment Protection Of Violent Video Games, Jessica Fisher

Journal of Business & Technology Law

No abstract provided.


Biobanks As A Tissue And Information Semicommons: Balancing Interests For Personalized Medicine, Tissue Donors And The Public Health, Ken Gatter Jan 2012

Biobanks As A Tissue And Information Semicommons: Balancing Interests For Personalized Medicine, Tissue Donors And The Public Health, Ken Gatter

Journal of Health Care Law and Policy

No abstract provided.


Indefinite Freeze?: The Obligations A Cryopreservation Bank Has To Abandoned Frozen Embryos In The Wake Of The Maryland Stem Cell Research Act Of 2006, Maggie Davis Jan 2012

Indefinite Freeze?: The Obligations A Cryopreservation Bank Has To Abandoned Frozen Embryos In The Wake Of The Maryland Stem Cell Research Act Of 2006, Maggie Davis

Journal of Health Care Law and Policy

No abstract provided.


How To Fix The Google Book Search Settlement, James Grimmelmann Apr 2009

How To Fix The Google Book Search Settlement, James Grimmelmann

Faculty Scholarship

The proposed settlement in the Google Book Search case should be approved with strings attached. The project will be immensely good for society, and the proposed deal is a fair one for Google, for authors, and for publishers. The public interest demands, however, that the settlement be modified first. It creates two new entities—the Books Rights Registry Leviathan and the Google Book Search Behemoth—with dangerously concentrated power over the publishing industry. Left unchecked, they could trample on consumers in any number of ways. We the public have a right to demand that those entities be subject to healthy ...