Forty-Third Selected Bibliography on Computers, Technology and the Law (January 2011 through December 2011)

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Forty-Third Selected Bibliography on Computers, Technology and the Law (January 2011 through December 2011)


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 searching for recent articles on computer and technology law. This year's annual Bibliography contains nearly 1000 articles, found through the examination of over 1000 periodicals.

The Bibliography aims to include topics on every legal aspect of computers and technology. However, as new issues in this field emerge, we welcome your suggestions for additional topics and sources, as well as your commentary on the Bibliography.

INDEX

1.  COMPUTERS AND TECHNOLOGY IN LAW
    PRACTICE
      1.0    General
      1.1    Computerized Legal Research
        1.1.0   General
        1.1.1   Online Legal Research
      1.2   Law Office Management
         1.2.0   General
         1.2.1   Office Automation
         1.2.2   Case Management
         1.2.3   Case File Security
        1.2.4    Internet Access
      1.3    Selected Uses in the Law Practice
        1.3.0    General
        1.3.1    Tax Filing
        1.3.2    Bankruptcy
        1.3.3    Estate Planning
        1.3.4    Real Estate
        1.3.5    Advertising
2.  COMPUTERS AND TECHNOLOGY IN
    LITIGATION
      2.0 General
      2.1 Scientific Evidence
           2.1.0   General
           2.1.1   Expert Testimony
           2.1.2   DNA Typing
           2.1.3   Fingerprint
           2.1.4   Lie Detection
           2.1.5   Forensic Evidence
      2.2 Demonstrative Evidence
           2.2.0   General
           2.2.1   Computer-Generated Evidence
           2.2.2   Audio/Visual Evidence
2.3 Electronic Discovery
      2.4 Courtroom and Judges
      2.5 Dispute Resolution
3.  COMPUTERS, TECHNOLOGY AND THE
    GOVERNMENT
      3.0  General
      3.1  Computers, Technology and Law
          Enforcement
      3.2  Use of Computers and Technology by the
         Military
         3.2.0   General
         3.2.1   First Amendment Concerns
         3.2.2   Antitrust
         3.2.3   FCC Regulation
      3.3    Use of Computers and Technology by State
          and Federal Legislatures
      3.4    Regulation of Computers and Technology
4. ISSUES OF PRIVACY, SECURITY AND CRIME
      4.0     General
      4.1     Problems of Privacy
         4.1.0   General
         4.1.1   Data Privacy
         4.1.2   Privacy in the Workplace
      4.2    Security
         4.2.1   Cyberwar
         4.2.2   Encryption and Digital Signatures
      4.3   Crime
         4.3.0 General
         4.3.1 Internet
5. COMPUTERS, TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION
      5.0     General
      5.1     Legal Education
6.  COMPUTERS, TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS
     6.0     General
     6.1     Electronic Commerce
        6.1.0 General
        6.1.1 Taxation
     6.2   Computers in Banking and Finance
       6.2.0 General
       6.2.1 On-line Securities Trading
     6.3    Computers and Technology in the
        Transportation Industry
     6.4    Computers and Technology in the
       Publishing Industry
     6.5    Computers and Technology in Advertising
     6.6    Computers and Technology in Accounting
7.   INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION OF
     COMPUTERS AND TECHNOLOGY
     7.0    General
     7.1    Patent
       7.1.0   General
       7.1.1   Software Patent
       7.1.2   Biotech Patent
     7.2   Software Copyright
       7.2.0   General
       7.2.1   User Interface
       7.2.2   Fair Use
       7.2.3   Video Game
     7.3   Digital Copyright
       7.3.0   General
       7.3.1   Electronic Compilation
       7.3.2   Computer Database
       7.3.3   Multimedia
       7.3.4   Computer-Generated Works
     7.4    Trademark
     7.5    Trade Secret
     7.6    Semiconductor Chip Protection
     7.7    Licensing
     7.8    Intellectual Property Issues of the Internet
     7. … 

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