Shut The Yak Up

By: Victoria Linney, Yik Yak is a popular app among many college and university students. The app is a location-based network that helps people connect with others around them.[1] However, the app differs from Twitter and Facebook in that users are able to post on the app anonymously and must …

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Volume XXII Issue IV

May 16, 2016 Dear Readers, The Richmond Journal of Law and Technology is proud to present its fourth and final issue of the Twenty-Second Volume. At its inception in 1995 JOLT became the first law review to be published exclusively online. From this moment on, the Journal has continued to …

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The Skeleton of a Data Breach: The Ethical and Legal Concerns

 BDM Publication Version PDF Cite as: Hilary G. Buttrick et al.,The Skeleton of A Data Breach: The Ethical and Legal Concerns, 23 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 2 (2016), http://jolt.richmond.edu/wp-content/uploads/volume23_article2_Buttrick.pdf. Hilary G. Buttrick,* Jason Davidson,** Richard J. McGowan***   Introduction  [1]       After over thirty data breaches spanning the third and fourth quarter of 2012, Forbes …

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