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Volume 2018 — Issue 2 (Fall)

"Does Technology Drive Law? The Dilemma of Technological Exceptionalism in Cyberlaw" by Meg Leta Jones

"'One if by Land, Two if by Sea': The Federal Circuit’s Oversimplification of Computer-Implemented Mathematical Algorithms" by Christian Dorman

"Good Intentions and the Road to Regulatory Hell: How the TCPA Went from Consumer Protection Statute to Litigation Nightmare" by Stuart L. Pardau

"Preserving Capital Markets Efficiency in the High-Frequency Trading Era" by Gaia Balp & Giovanni Strampelli

Volume 2019 — Issue 1 (Spring)

"Cracks in the Armor: Legal Approaches to Encryption" 

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

"Semi-Secure Numbers? Augmenting SSNs in the Authentication Use Case"

"Disclosing genetic test results to the patient’s relatives: How does the law influence clinical practice?"