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  • Regulating Functional Foods: Pre- and Post-Market Strategy
    By: Dana Ziker As best we understand the government, its first argument runs along the following lines: that health claims lacking “significant scientific agreement” are inherently misleading because they have such an awesome impact ...
  • Music Piracy and the Audio Home Recording Act
    By: Tia Hall In spite of the guidance provided by the Audio Home Recording Act (AHRA) of 1992, music companies are once again at odds with consumer electronics manufacturers. This time around, the dispute ...
  • Online Brokers and the SEC: Still Working Out the Glitches
    By: Philip J. Bezanson Common sense dictates that some customers of an on-line brokerage service are bound to have some of the same difficulties in conducting business but that does not mean all customers ...
  • The Future of Wireless Spam
    By: Evan Cramer Though US cellular networks currently lack the capacity for widespread distribution of unsolicited wireless advertising (wireless spam), these advertisements are already well known in Japan and Europe, where they have proven ...
  • Vigilantes v. Pirates: The Rumble Over Peer-To-Peer Technology Hits the House Floor
    By: Christopher Fazekas Content providers are using the digital rights management technology contained in this product to protect the integrity of their content (“Secure Content”) so that their intellectual property, including copyright, in such ...