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The voluntary transmission of content to the Internet reduces or eliminates First, Third, Fourth, Fifth and 14th Amendment rights of Internet users, says adjunct professor Jonathan Bick. Both legal
Standards of privacy have not yet been defined or adequately tested in the largely uncharted legal territory of social networking sites. Ronald J. Levine and Susan L. Swatski-Lebson of Herrick inves
In the near future, microchips with antennas will be embedded in virtually everything you buy, wear, drive or read, allowing retailers to track consumer items and law enforcement to track consumers.
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