Forensic Collection of Electronic Evidence from Infrastructure-As-a-Service Cloud Computing


Download PDF Josiah Dykstra* Damien Riehl** I.  Introduction [1]        As cloud computing becomes ubiquitous, the criminal targeting and criminal use of cloud computing is inevitable and imminent.  Similarly, the need for civil forensic analyses of cloud computing has become more prevalent.  Forensic investigation of cloud computing matters first requires an …

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An Expected Harm Approach To Compensating Consumers for Unauthorized Information Disclosures

An Expected Harm Approach

Download PDF by Rachel Yoo* I.  Introduction [1]        On May 22, 2007, the Executive Office of the President of the United States issued a memorandum concerned with safeguarding personal information, which first defined the term “personally identifiable information” as follows:  [I]nformation which can be used to distinguish or trace an …

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A “Pinteresting” Question: Is Pinterest Here to Stay? A Study in How IP Can Help Pinterest Lead a Revolution

Download PDF by Stephanie Chau* I.  Introduction [1]        Bulletin boards and pushpins are archaic.  Yet, each day represents a new paradigm for the technologically savvy.  Innovators pair old concepts with new functionalities and technology, often achieving groundbreaking results.  Digital counterparts for Post-It notes emerged for computers and other wireless devices.[1]  …

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Technologies-That-Must-Not-Be-Named: Understanding and Implementing Advanced Search Technologies in E-Discovery

 Download PDF  by Jacob Tingen I. Introduction [1] The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were created to promote the “just, speedy, and inexpensive determination of every action and proceeding.”[1] Unfortunately, in the world of e-discovery, case determinations are often anything but speedy and inexpensive.[2] The manual review process is notoriously …

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Sedona Conference to use 4 JOLT Articles for Cooperation Proclamation: Resources for the Judiciary


The Sedona Conference,® a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) research and educational institute dedicated to the advanced study of law and policy in the areas of antitrust law, complex litigation, and intellectual property rights, will use JOLT articles in its Cooperation Proclamation, a resource for members of the Judiciary.  The Sedona Converence’s mission is …

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