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Last Number: July 2016

Suffolk University Law School
ISSN 1536-7983


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Vol. 16 Nbr. 2, July 2016

Prometheus bound: an historical content analysis of information regulation in Facebook.

I. Introduction: Consumer Information in the Digital Innovation Environment through Case Study Analysis - Privacy Controls through the Lens of Facebook ii. Facebook: Pushing the Limits on People's Ability to Connect a. November 2007-Facebook Beacon, p. 195-224 - Author abstract

Prometheus bound: an historical content analysis of information regulation in Facebook.

Case Study Analysis - Privacy Controls through the Lens of Facebook ii. Facebook: Pushing the Limits on People's Ability to Connect b. February and December 2009: Advocacy Groups First Complaint to the FTC through h. December 2011: Fraley v. Facebook, p. 224-254

Prometheus bound: an historical content analysis of information regulation in Facebook.

A. The Dissemination of Information: The Court Disliking a Practice through Conclusions, with footnotes, p. 254-293

Student data at risk: a multi-tiered approach for Massachusetts to mitigate privacy risks while utilizing innovative education technology in schools.

Is Bitcoin rat poison? Cryptocurrency, crime, and counterfeiting (CCC).

Introduction through Currency Powers Under the U.S. Constitution: The Federal Money Monopoly, p. 340-365

Is Bitcoin rat poison? Cryptocurrency, crime, and counterfeiting (CCC).

Currency Laws in Ordinary Federal Legislation through Conclusion: The Bitcoin Bubble, with footnotes, p. 365-393

(The unfortunate) future of software patents under 35 USC [section] 101 and [section] 112.

Under the human skin: will human microchipping prove to be a survivor in the courtroom just as DNA evidence did?

An empty promise: the telecommunications industry's deceptive and manipulative business practices in the grandfathering of wireless unlimited data.

Much ado about genes: untangling the evolving law of subject matter eligibility.

I. Introduction through IV. Analysis A. Criticism of the March 2014 Guidance, p. 522-556

Much ado about genes: untangling the evolving law of subject matter eligibility.

IV. Analysis B. Implications of Recent Decisions for Subject Matter Eligibility through V. Conclusion, with footnotes, p. 556-585


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