Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal

Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal is a magazine specializing in Law topics.

Articles from Vol. 32, No. 2, Summer

Creating Representations of Justice in the Third Millennium: Legal Poetics in Digital Times
I. INTRODUCTION II. "DIGITAL CONDITION" & "LEGAL POETICS": DEFINITIONS III. POETICS: WHEN MEANING MATTERS IV. LEGAL POETICS: "THE TRIAL'S BEGINNING!". V. VISUAL POETICS OF LAW VI. LINGUISTIC LEGAL POETICS VII. "SENTENCE FIRST--VERDICT...
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Cybersurgery: The Cutting Edge
I. INTRODUCTION The year is 2050. A woman in Cuenca, Ecuador unexpectedly gives birth to conjoined twins who require immediate surgery in order to survive. Although the mother has been receiving excellent prenatal care in a well-equipped hospital...
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Overseas Outsourcing of Private Information & Individual Remedies for Breach of Privacy
I. INTRODUCTION Using personal medical and financial information to blackmail unsuspecting individuals may sound like the plotline to a conspiracy theory movie. In reality, it may also be a consequence of the practice of outsourcing electronic data...
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Thirty-Eighth Selected Bibliography on Computers, Technology and the Law: (January 2005 through December 2005)
INTRODUCTION Each year, the Journal provides a compilation of the most important and timely articles on computers, technology, and the law. The Bibliography, indexed by subject matter, is designed to be a research guide to assist our readers in...
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What Do Pizza Delivery and Information Services Have in Common? Lessons from Recent Judicial and Regulatory Struggles with Convergence
Congressionally crafted definitions of cable, (1) information (2) and telecommunications (3) service used by the Federal Communications Commission ("FCC") to make key policy and regulatory decisions no longer provide clear direction in light of technological...
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