- The Past and Future of The Internet: A Symposium for John Perry Barlow
Special Editor: James Boyle
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The Past and Future of the Internet: A Symposium For John Perry Barlow
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A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace
John Perry Barlow
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Selling Wine Without Bottles: The Economy of Mind on the Global Net
John Perry Barlow
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- Where to Prosecute Cybercrimes
By: Jacob T. Wall
Selecting the appropriate venue for a criminal trial has been a matter of constitutional concern since the founding of the country. The issue is thought to be essential to the fair administration of justice and thus public confidence in the criminal justice system. Constitutionally, crimes must be prosecuted in the states and ...
- Icts, Social Media, & The Future of Human Rights
By: Nikita Mehandru and Alexa Koenig
As communication increasingly shifts to digital platforms, information derived from online open sources is starting to become critical in creating an evidentiary basis for international crimes. While journalists have led the development of many newly emerging open source investigation methodologies, courts have heightened the requirements for verifying and preserving a ...
- Deepfakes: False Pornography Is Here and the Law Cannot Protect You
By: Douglas Harris
It is now possible for anyone with rudimentary computer skills to create a pornographic deepfake portraying an individual engaging in a sex act that never actually occurred. These realistic videos, called “deepfakes,” use artificial intelligence software to impose a person’s face onto another person’s body. While pornographic deepfakes were first created to produce ...
- Defining and Regulating Cryptocurrency: Fake Internet Money or Legitimate Medium of Exchange?
By: Susan Alkadri
Digitalization makes almost everything quicker, sleeker, and more efficient. Many argue cryptocurrency is the future of money and payment transfers. This paper explores how the unique nature of cryptocurrencies creates barriers to a strict application of traditional regulatory strategies. Indeed, state and federal regulators remain uncertain if and how they can regulate this ...