2022

Wanted: Spectrum Bounty Hunters

Wanted: Spectrum Bounty Hunters Wilson Scarbeary[1]† Print Version: Wanted- Spectrum Bounty Hunters Politicians on both sides of the aisle love to promote market solutions to regulatory problems, especially when it comes to telecommunications policy. Despite this preference, bounties, and similar financial incentives—historically, popular market solutions to regulatory problems—have yet to be widely used in wireless …

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Closing the Cybersecurity Gap In Medical Devices – Proposing a Safe Harbor System

Closing the Cybersecurity Gap In Medical Devices – Proposing a Safe Harbor System Allee Johnson[1]† Print Version: Safe Harbor for Medical Devices Over the last decade, the number of medical devices on the market have skyrocketed. While these devices allow for a better quality of life for their recipients, they come with their own host …

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The Misguided Activism of the Cryptocurrency Industry: Reckoning With The Bank Secrecy Act of 1970

The Misguided Activism of the Cryptocurrency Industry: Reckoning With The Bank Secrecy Act of 1970 Grant Hespeler[1]† Print Version: Cryptocurrency & Bank Secrecy Act Introduction 161 I. Background: Privacy Rights from Olmstead to Katz 163 A. The Olmstead Era 163 B. Katz Balances the Scales 165 II. FinCEN’s Proposed Rule and Cryptocurrency Activism 167 III. …

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Systems Theory, Surveillance Capitalism, and Law: Native Wisdom and Feedback Loops to Boost the Constructive Use of Big Data

 Systems Theory, Surveillance Capitalism, and Law: Native Wisdom and Feedback Loops to Boost the Constructive Use of Big Data Adam J. Sulkowski, Danielle Blanch-Hartigan, Caren Beth Goldberg, Amy K. Verbos, Maoliang Bu, and Remy Michael Balarezo Nuñez[1]† Print Version: Native Wisdom & Big Data Introduction 136 I. Data Collection-and-Use: Evolution and Application 137 A. Surveillance …

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Chronicles of Internet Openness: The Brazilian Case Study

Chronicles of Internet Openness: The Brazilian Case Study Jeffrey Omari[1]† Print Version: Brazilian Internet Openness In 2014, a data profiling company, Cambridge Analytica, gained access to the private data profiles of 50 million Facebook users. Through promotional offers that compensated users for taking a personality quiz, the company obtained personal data from users’ profiles and …

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(F)RANDONOMICS

(F)RANDONOMICS Roya Ghafele[1]† Print Version: (F)randonomics (F)RAND royalty rates for standard essential patents (SEPs) can and have been determined by Courts around the world. The question whether it is possible to determine (F)RAND rates does not present itself. This article offers an overview of the ‘Top Down’ and the ‘Comparable License Approach’ as they have …

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Protected Grounds and the System of Non-Discrimination Law in the Context of Algorithmic Decision-Making and Artificial Intelligence

Protected Grounds and the System of Non-Discrimination Law in the Context of Algorithmic Decision-Making and Artificial Intelligence Prof. Dr. Janneke Gerards & Prof. Dr. Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius[1]† Print Version: PROTECTED GROUNDS AND THE SYSTEM OF NON-DISCRIMINATION LAW IN THE CONTEXT OF ALGORITHMIC DECISION-MAKING AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Algorithmic decision-making and similar types of artificial intelligence (AI) …

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