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Volume XIII (2006-2007)

Issue 1: Fall 2006 – Richard P. Klau Law and Technology Writing Competition

Introduction: contains Cover, Table of Contents, Letter from the Editor, and Masthead


1.   Teaching a Man to Fish: Why National Legislation Anchored In Notice And Consent Provisions Is The Most Effective Solution To The Spyware Problem — M. Angela Buenaventura (1st Place)

2.   Bigger Phish To Fry: California’s Anti-Phishing Statute And Its Potential Imposition Of Secondary Liability On Internet Service Providers — Camille Calman (2nd Place)

3.   Double-Trouble: The Underregulation Of Surreptitious Video Surveillance In Conjunction With The Use Of Snitches In Domestic Government Investigations — Mona R. Shokrai (3rd Place)

4.   On International Trademark And The Internet: The Lanham Act’s Long Arms — Joshua Clowers (University of Richmond Winner)

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