Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal

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

Articles from Vol. 39, No. 1, Spring

Electronically Stored Information and the New Jersey Court Rules
I. INTRODUCTION II. BACKGROUND A.THE TEXAS MODEL FOR E-DISCOVERY III. THE 2006 E-DISCOVERY AMENDMENTS TO THE FEDERAL RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE A. FEDERAL CASES IV. ESI, SOCIAL NETWORKING, AND THE NEW JERSEY COURT RULES ...
One Click Is Enough: Satisfying FDA's Fair Balance in the Highly-Regulated Marketplace
I. INTRODUCTION II. BACKGROUND & DISCUSSION A. FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION REGULATION EXPLAINED B. THE ONE-CLICK RULE AND THE ADVENT OF WARNING LETTERS C. GENESIS OF THE ONE-CLICK RULE D....
Symposium: Ethical Issues in E-Discovery, Social Media, and the Cloud
This fall, members of the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal (RCTLJ) had the great honor to sit down with the Hon. Ronald J. Hedges, former United States Magistrate Judge, and Maura R. Grossman, Esq., to discuss emerging issues related to...
Who Owns Your Friends? PhoneDog V. Kravitz and Business Claims of Trade Secret in Social Media Information
I. INTRODUCTION II. SOCIAL MEDIA AND TRADE SECRET A. TRADE SECRET LAW 1. SECRECY 2. THE CUSTOMER LIST CONUNDRUM 3. THE CASE OF DEPARTING EMPLOYEES III. TURNING SOCIAL MEDIA INFORMATION INTO PROPERTY ...
Why-Spy? an Analysis of Privacy and Geolocation in the Wake of the 2010 Google "Wi-Spy" Controversy
INTRODUCTION I. GEOLOCATION METHODOLOGIES A. INTERNET PROTOCOL ADDRESS MAPPING. B. CELLULAR PHONE SIGNAL TRIANGULATION C. WI-FI MAC ADDRESS MAPPING II. PRIVACY IMPLICATIONS. A. ON THE NATURE OF MAC ADDRESSES B. CELL PHONES...