Volume 23

Dec
18

As civil unrest flared across the United States following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, videographers and photojournalists—both professional and amateur—found themselves targeted by police for arrests, beatings, and harassment. Increasingly, journalists on the scene of civil unrest rely on smartphones as their primary tool for gathering and disseminating news. The advent of

Dec
18

Even though common law courts create and articulate the law within their decisions, surprisingly little is known about the quantitative readability levels of any single national apex court’s decisions, and even less is known about how any one apex court’s readability levels compare to those of other similar apex courts. This Article offers new data

Dec
18

The modern right to repair movement is a reactionary groundswell of consumer-rights advocacy, which opposes longexisting, monopolistic, and unfair market practices that have essentially been left unchecked in recent years. Specifically, the right to repair movement seeks to advance consumers’ ability to repair their purchased goods, ranging from consumer electronics to multi-million-dollar farm equipment, so

Oct
13

Cybersecurity law, both in statutory and case law, is primarily based on the premise that data breaches result exclusively in financial harms. Intuitively, legal scholarship has largely focused on financial harms to the exclusion of non-financial harms— emotional and mental—that also arise from data breaches. A critical mass of research in psychology, psychiatry, and internet

Oct
13

Recent theoretical writings on the possibility that algorithms would someday be able to create law have delayed algorithmic lawmaking— and the need to decide on its legitimacy—to some future time in which algorithms would be able to replace human lawmakers. This Article argues that such discussions risk essentializing an anthropomorphic image of the algorithmic lawmaker

Oct
13

Modern agriculture has stretched into an unintelligible supply chain with a global reach, leaving consumers unable to make fully informed decisions related to their food. Additionally, such complexities confound adequate regulation. Blockchain technology, a data system using a distributed ledger on a peer-to-peer network, boasts various theoretical applications born of its ability to deliver security

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