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  • Liberty for Security
    By: Morgan Streetman On 11 September 2001, we collectively endured the worst tragedy to touch American soil since the Civil War. In the wake of this horrible event, a national hysteria erupted. People are ...
  • A Victory for the Student Researcher: Chou v. University of Chicago
    By: Kyle Grimshaw For years, graduate and other student researchers at universities have alleged that the hierarchical system in academic research allows supervising PhDs to steal and patent inventions that were rightfully discovered by ...
  • The Internet Opens Its Doors for .BIZ-ness
    By: Corey Ciocchetti Starting on October 1, 2001, .BIZ will become active as the Internet’s newest top-level domain; its space reserved solely for businesses engaging in “bona fide” commercial activities. This space has the ...
  • Hard Lessons: Guiding America‚Äôs Approach to Third Generation Wireless Policy
    By: Aaron Futch The publicity over license auctions in Europe during 2000 created an atmosphere in which the prices that companies paid for third-generation wireless licenses received more attention than their actual plans to ...
  • Are Domain Names Property? The sex.com Controversy
    By: Christine Soares Do domain names constitute tangible property? Since domain names may be purchased or transferred, the answer at first glance would appear to be “yes”. Congress has also dictated that domain names ...