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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:Photo Radar Enforcement: A Brief Stall on a Slippery Slope?
by Andrew Askland
No Doubt About It - You've Got to Have Hart: Simulation Video Games May Redefine the Balance Between and Among the Right of Publicity, the First Amendment, and Copyright Law
by Jordan M. Blanke
The Historical Development and Misplaced Justification for the Derivative Work Right
by Kindra Deneau
The Perverse Logic of Teen Sexting Prosecutions (And How to Stop It)
by Xiyin Tang
Notes:Using the Carrot, Not the Stick: Streaming Media and Curbing Digital Piracy in China
by Vincent Brodbeck
Reconciling the Second and Ninth Circuit Approaches to Copyright Preemption: A Universal System is Paramount to the Protection of Idea Purveyor's Rights
by Arian Galavis
Theraputic Antibody Patent Infringement Litigation: Untested and Uncertain Litigation Strategies Underpin Patents Protecting Multibillion-Dollar Pharmaceuticals
by Douglas G. Metcalf
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