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Hipaa Becomes Reality: Compliance With New Privacy, Security, And Electronic Transmission Standards, Mary Beth Johnson, Leighton Roper Jun 2001

Hipaa Becomes Reality: Compliance With New Privacy, Security, And Electronic Transmission Standards, Mary Beth Johnson, Leighton Roper

West Virginia Law Review

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Privacy In The Commercial World: Online Consumer Privacy Concerns: Hearing Before The H. Subcomm. On Commerce, Trade, And Consumer Protection Of The H. Comm. On Energy, 107th Cong., Mar. 1, 2001 (Statement Of Chai R. Feldblum, Prof. Of Law, Geo. U. L. Center), Chai R. Feldblum Mar 2001

Privacy In The Commercial World: Online Consumer Privacy Concerns: Hearing Before The H. Subcomm. On Commerce, Trade, And Consumer Protection Of The H. Comm. On Energy, 107th Cong., Mar. 1, 2001 (Statement Of Chai R. Feldblum, Prof. Of Law, Geo. U. L. Center), Chai R. Feldblum

Testimony Before Congress

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Dna Typing: Emerging Or Neglected Issues, David H. Kaye, Edward J. Imwinkelried Jan 2001

Dna Typing: Emerging Or Neglected Issues, David H. Kaye, Edward J. Imwinkelried

Journal Articles

DNA typing has had a major impact on the criminal justice system. There are hundreds of opinions and thousands of cases dealing with DNA evidence. Yet, at virtually every stage of the process, there are important issues that are just emerging or that have been neglected.

At the investigative stage, courts have barely begun to focus on the legal limitations on the power of the police to obtain samples directly from suspects and to use the data from DNA samples in various ways. Issues such as the propriety of "DNA dragnets" (in which large numbers of individuals in a geographic ...