Commercial Drones and Privacy: Can We Trust States With “Drone Federalism”?

DownloadPDF Cite as: Robert Gruber, Commercial Drones and Privacy: Can We Trust States with “Drone Federalism”?, 21 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 14 (2015), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v21i4/article14.pdf.  Robert H. Gruber* I.  Introduction [1]       Judge Andrew Napolitano said recently of unmanned aircraft systems (“UAS”), or “drones,”[1] that “[t]he first American patriot that shoots down …

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Conducting U.S. Discovery in Asia: An Overview of E-Discovery and Asian Data Privacy Laws

DownloadPDF Cite as: Lynn M. Marvin & Yohance Bowden, Conducting U.S. Discovery in Asia: An Overview of E-Discovery and Asian Data Privacy Law, 21 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 12 (2015), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v21i4/article12.pdf Lynn M. Marvin, Esq*. & Yohance Bowden, Esq.** I. Introduction  [1]       The rapid expansion over the last decade of Asian …

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Ending Drunk Driving with a Flash of Light

See id. at 19,181. See id. at 19,181. DownloadPDF  Cite as: Andrew Sullivan, Ending Drunk Driving with a Flash of Light, 21 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 15 (2015), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v21i3/article15.pdf. Andrew Sullivan* I. Introduction [1]       Drunk driving exacts an enormous toll on our society. Every year, alcohol-driven[1] crashes kill over ten …

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WELCOME TO THE MACHINE: PRIVACY AND WORKPLACE IMPLICATIONS OF PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS

DownloadPDF Cite as: Robert Sprague, Welcome to the Machine: Privacy and Workplace Implications of Predictive Analytics, 21 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 12 (2015), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v21i4/article13.pdf. Robert Sprague* Privacy is not simply an absence of information about us in the minds of others; rather it is the control we have over information …

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