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The Journal of Science & Technology Law (the Journal) publishes the best practical scholarship from experts in the areas of biotechnology, computers and communications, intellectual property, technology transfer and business law for technology-based companies. The Journal is currently available in print as well as online. The Journal is published by fifty second and third-year students from Boston University School of Law.
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Articles:A Generation of Software Patents
by James Bessen
Sunlight Without Sunburns: Balancing Public Access and Privacy in Ballot Measure Disclosure Laws
by Jacob Gardener
The Neutralization of Harmony: The Problem of Technological Neutrality, East and West
by Marcelo Thompson
Notes:Copyright in Cyberspace: Why Owners Should Bear the Burden of Identifying Infringing Materials under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act
by Anna Katz
Tiffany v. eBay: Its Impact and Implications on the Doctrines of Secondary Trademark and Copyright Infringement
by Andrew Lehrer
Another Step in the Evolution of E-Discovery: Amendments of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Yet Again?
by Julia M. Ong
Solar Power Satellites: The Right to a Spot in the World’s Highest Parking Lot
by Aleksey Shtivelman
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