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Intellectual property in cyberspace: The use of protected images on the World Wide Web
The growth of the Internet has created a host of thorny legal issues that range from defamatory postings on computer bulletin boards to “spamming”; (unwanted email) and invasion of privacy rights.Expand
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Editorial Board
Editorial Board Susan Balter-Reitz Montana State University, Billings Genelle Belmas California State University, Fullerton Mary Elizabeth Bezanson University of Minnesota, Morris Edward C. BrewerExpand
The Cheerleader and the Athlete: A Sad Tale About the Dismal State of Student Speech Rights
In Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District (1969), the United States Supreme Court extended freedom of speech to public school students. Writing for a 7-to-2 majority, Justice AbeExpand
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Falsely Shouting Fire in a Crowded Theater, a Revolutionary Spark, and Burning the House to Roast the Pig: Fire Metaphors and the First Amendment
Over the course of the twentieth century, the United States Supreme Court gradually extended First Amendment protection to include progressively more speech. This dramatic change in thinking was theExpand
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The Case against Conditional Argumentation.
Beyond Snyder v. Phelps: Free Speech and Funeral Picketing Laws
Reverend Fred W. Phelps, Sr. and the members of his Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kansas, are “fire and brimstone” fundamentalists who believe that God hates all homosexuals. Because of ourExpand
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From LaMacchia to the No Electronic Theft Act: Criminal Copyright Infringement and the New Digital Media
David LaMacchia was a student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). In 1994 he created two computer bulletin boards on the MIT computer network, Cynosure and Cynosure 11. 1 HidingExpand
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Is It Too Late To Save Policy Debate
National Debate Tournament (NDT) policy debate is in a state of crisis, suffering a steady and precipitous drop in participation. Th.A.s decline is due not to external factors, but rather to problemsExpand
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