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Volume 37: Issue 4

Electronic Commerce

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Michael F. Fleming and Christina L. Kunz
Foreword: Riding the Long Wave of Developing Law

Jonathan D. Frieden, Charity M. Price, and Leigh M. Murray
Putting the Genie Back in the Bottle: Leveraging Private Enforcement to Improve Internet Privacy

James P. Nehf
The FTC’s Proposed Framework for Privacy Protection Online: A Move Toward Substantive Controls or Just More Notice and Choice?

David Satola and Henry L. Judy
Towards a Dynamic Approach to Enhancing International Cooperation and Collaboration in CyberSecurity Legal Frameworks: Reflections on the Proceedings of the Workshop on CyberSecurity Legal Issues at the 2010 United Nations Internet Governance Forum

Justin A. Kwong
Getting the Goods on Virtual Items: A Fresh Look at Transactions in Multi-User Online Environments

Virginia A. Fitt
Crowdsourcing the News: News Organization Liability for iReporters

Student Notes and Case Notes

Peter D. Banick
Case Note: The “In-House” Whistleblower: Walking the Line Between “Good Cop, Bad Cop”

Rebecca A. Ireland
Case Note: Minnesota’s Fact-Factor Bifurcation in Criminal Sentencing Departures: Splitting Blakely’s Hairs or a Legitimate Procedure?—State v. Rourke

Megan Kosse
Note: Banishing Children: The Legal (In)Capacity of Unaccompanied Alien Children to Falsely Claim U.S. Citizenship

Heather Monasky
Note: On Comprehensive Prostitution Reform: Criminalizing the Trafficker and the Trick, But Not the Victim—Sweden’s Sexköpslagen in America

National Native American Law Students Association (NALSA) 10th Annual Student Writing Competition--Winner

Matthew H. Birkhold
Note: Tipping NAGPRA’s Balancing Act: The Inequitable Disposition of “Culturally Unidentified” Human Remains Under NAGPRA’s New Provision

Remarks from the Investiture Ceremony of U.S. Magistrate Judge Steven E. Rau at William Mitchell College of Law, March 18, 2011

U.S. Magistrate Judge Steven E. Rau
Civility, Decorum, and Ritual in the Judiciary



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