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Volume XVII (2010-2011)

Issue 4: Spring 2011

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


12.   Rethinking Reasonable Expectations of Privacy in Online Social Networks — Bryce Clayton Newell

13.   Better Late than Never: How the Online Advertising Industry’s Response to Proposed Privacy Legislation Eliminates the Need for Regulation — Catherine Schmierer

14.   Re-Mapping Privacy Law: How the Google Maps Scandal Requires Tort Law Reform — Lindsey A. Strachan

15.   Spilling Secrets: Trade Secret Disclosure and Takings in Offshore Drilling Regulation — Michael A. Greene

16.   A Critical Look at the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement — David M. Quinn

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