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Volume 2019 — Issue 1 (Spring)

"Cracks in the Armor: Legal Approaches to Encryption" by Olivia Gonzalez

“‘How Tweet It Is!’ : Have Twitter Archives Been Left in the Dark?” by Seemantani Sharma

"Semi-Secure Numbers? Augmenting SSNs in the Authentication Use Case"by Kathryn E. Witchger, Kevin Chen, Jon Song, Alex Wortman & Joshua Zweig

"Disclosing genetic test results to the patient’s relatives: How does the law influence clinical practice?"by Roy Gilbar & Sivia Barnoy

Recent Development:

“Science and Ethics of Algorithms in the Courtroom” by Kia Rahnama

Volume 2019 — Issue 2 (Fall)

“The Test of Inventiveness in Chinese Patent Jurisprudence: Recent History, Cases, and Analysis”

“More than a Game: Interactive Virtual Reality, the First Amendment, and Products Liability”

“From Industry Sandbox to Supervisory Control Box: Rethinking the Role of Regulators in the Era of FinTech”

Recent Development:

“Slamming the Brakes on AV Preemption”