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  • Ultimately, medical technology may have as much to do with the outcome of the abortion debate as politics.
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  • ...s run through deserts and up over hillsides. Border Patrol agents use high-technology surveillance equipment to track the movement of illegal <span>[[Aliens|alie
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  • ...t is assumed that competition enhances material progress in production and technology while preserving democratic, political, and social institutions.
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  • <p>Medical science is a field where evolving technology can create moral crises that have legal consequences. The <span>[[American
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  • ...sic, or does the student have the right to anonymity, for example), and as technology continues to become more sophisticated the issue will undoubtedly need to b
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  • ...ic interests which ignore the harmful effects of their applied science and technology." Nader has devoted his life to solving this problem.</p>
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  • ...ntains ten thousand volumes, and its staff includes experts in science and technology and research and planning. For its members, the NAB publishes a monthly new
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  • ...rganization distributes monthly mailings to Congress, conducts research on technology and exports, produces research reports, commissions public opinion polls, a ...ade policies, energy-related concerns, asbestos litigation, innovations to technology, and development of worker skills.</p>
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  • .... It manages funding for basic research, exploratory development, advanced technology development, manufacturing technologies, and small business support.</p>
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  • ...s from nuclear-weapon states: the latter will help them to develop nuclear technology for peaceful purposes (Art. IV), and the latter will "pursue negotiations i
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  • ...public trust centered on the role of the AEC as both a promoter of nuclear technology and a regulator of the nuclear power industry. In 1974, realizing the cross
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  • ...national law]]</span> that constantly changes with advancements in weapons technology. There is not, however, an international law that specifically addresses th
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  • ... outreach efforts to state and local government agencies. The Counter-Drug Technology Assessment Center is the central counter-drug enforcement research and deve ...nd the organization's Technology Transfer Program that has brought updated technology and training to more than 20 percent of the nation's state and local police
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  • ...plants generate increasingly vexing legal and ethical questions as medical technology becomes more complex. Three controversial issues surrounding the subject ar
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  • ...ing Pen Register and Trap and Trace Devices to Internet Communications: As Technology Changes, Is Congress or the Supreme Court Best-Suited to Protect Fourth Ame <p>Regan, Priscilla M. 1995. <i>Legislating Privacy Technology, Social Values, and Public Policy.</i> Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina
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  • ...re of Constitutional Evolution." ''Jurimetrics Journal of Law, Science and Technology'' 38 (summer): 575–610.
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  • ...urtail the Copying of Computer Software?" <i>Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal</i> 10 (June).</p>
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  • ...r vote not count if an unusual chain of events unfolds before an election. Technology that would enable voters to use the <span>[[Internet|Internet]]</span> to v
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  • ..., which should include gaps and overlaps in land ownership. Given improved technology, surveys have a margin of error of less than one foot. The abstractor must
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  • ...mas in the area of copyright law with respect to adaptations. Even average technology users may make copies and adapt the original works to their needs. Recent i
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  • ...[Tennessee Valley Authority|Tennessee Valley Authority]]</span>, Office of Technology Assessment, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Occupational Saf
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  • ...ushee, "It's a lot easier to convince someone to fund a fancy new piece of technology than research into social sciences."
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  • ...within banking and the prestigious Stonier Graduate School of Banking. New technology has provided new opportunities as well. American Financial Skylink is a sat
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  • ...focus upon such issues as those related to patriarchy, racism, nature, and technology, and the effects these concepts have on society. One camp of anarchist theo
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  • ...he ABM Treaty supposedly held back the development of further U.S. weapons technology. Especially troublesome to some was the Soviet's Krasnoyarsk radar system i
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  • ...ter Corp., which acquired Digital in 1998) to give up their microprocessor technology. Intel did not dispute most of the facts underlying the allegations, but it
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  • ...heir rights to export nuclear weapons technology to countries lacking that technology.
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  • Other legal pitfalls open up as technology makes artificial insemination more sophisticated and more available. Now th Medical technology now allows recipients of artificial insemination to select the sex of their
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  • ...ent for the Benefit of Creditors: Exit Vehicle of Choice for Many Dot-Com, Technology, and Other Troubled Enterprises." ''Journal of Bankruptcy Law and Practice'
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  • ...ectronic fund transfer (EFT) systems, which utilize sophisticated computer technology to facilitate banking and payment needs. Routine banking by means of EFT is ...s to provide services on-line. Several computer software companies produce technology that can complete many routine banking services, like automatic bill paying
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  • ...roadcasting for minorities. Additional challenges were created by changing technology as <span>[[Cable Television|cable television]]</span> went underground and ...The 1930s brought an excitement to those conducting experiments on the new technology. They predicted that television would be as much a part of the life of the
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  • <p>Technology affected the roles of practically all types of brokers. Probably the most s
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  • ...rms. He also presided over a $900 million annual budget for promoting high technology in small and medium-sized business, nearly double the amount spent during t
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  • ...dize credit arrangements. A report compiled by the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment titled "Plant Closing: Advance Notice and Rapid Response" (DTA-I
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  • ...t felt that this was the best way to ensure that cable's new and expensive technology was available to people in poor and rural areas as well as more affluent ar ...an additional fee will gain access to the programming. However, scrambling technology is imperfect. A phenomenon known as "signal bleed" allows audio and video p
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  • ...rts. The Supreme Court sided with the defendant. Emphasizing the obtrusive technology used in the courtroom, from fat cables to the red light on cameras, the Cou <p>Developments in the 1970s changed the picture. Technology had improved, making TV cameras far less disruptive, and the electronic med
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  • ...hematics at Georgia Southwestern College and then the Georgia Institute of Technology. In 1943, he</p>
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  • ... in 106 million households. For the first time, the Census Bureau combined technology with traditional door knocking, using coast-to-coast computerized maps of a
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  • ...rotecting vested property rights would future financing for transportation technology be ensured. And although railroads were not at issue in ''Charles River Bri
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  • ...ther than using real children, such as through the use of computer-imaging technology.
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  • ...ge that faced the advisory groups was how to get courts to best use modern technology. Since passage of the act, many federal circuits have authorized the filing
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  • ...ent and trademark office]]</span>, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and several other major government agencies. == Technology Administration ==
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  • Thanks to improved technology that allows information to be encrypted when it is sent from one computer t ... names (i.e., www.domainname.com) instead of long strings of numbers. This technology makes it easier for users to type in names of retail stores or online comme
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  • ...rx</span>]] and Friedrich Engels published ''The Communist Manifesto.'' As technology increased and industry expanded in nineteenth-century Europe and America, i
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  • ...es to hire over 116,000 community police officers, purchase crime fighting technology, and support innovations in policing. More than 12,000 law enforcement agen
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  • ''Technology that allows lawyers and judges to bypass the traditional law library and lo Advances in computer technology have produced another innovation in automated research: voice recognition r
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  • ... and Abuse Act, although lawmakers and commentators have suggested that as technology develops, new legislation might be necessary to address new methods for com ...in the computer world hailed him as a martyr in the modern web of computer technology and criminal prosecution. Abene subsequently found employment as a computer
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  • ...on, production, marketing, acquisition, and use of computer communications technology. The association is committed to providing lawyers and law students concern ... electronic funds transfer systems; liability for computer usage; computer technology in the next decade; contracting in the computer industry; marketing of soft
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  • ...Internet Fraud]]</span> has risen faster than other types. With or without technology, however, consumers can protect themselves against fraud by following a few
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  • ...rns dismissed a case against David LaMacchia, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology student who had set up an Internet bulletin board over which users traded m ...ision, essentially aimed at hackers, criminalized the use of any device or technology to break anti-copying protections on software or other media such as movies
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  • ...yright law have been driven largely by commercially significant changes in technology. In 1802, for example, graphic prints came under copyright protection, esta ... virtually any form of fixed recording is protected, no matter how new the technology.
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  • <p>"Michigan House Battles Over Cybercourt Funding." Michigan Technology News. Available online at &lt;<span>http://www.mitechnews.com/registry/tech
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  • .... Formerly known as the clerk, the post has evolved since the mid-1980s as technology has streamlined some elements of the justice system.</p> ...emporary trends in court management have reshaped this traditional office. Technology has led the change: where once courts relied entirely on paper records, com
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  • ...had a more difficult time capturing suspects because they did not have the technology and weaponry that are present in today's world. In modern times, the courts
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  • ...dersecretary of defense. The undersecretary of defense for acquisition and technology chairs the Defense Acquisition Board and advises the secretary of defense o ...]</span> affairs, arms limitations agreements, and international trade and technology.</p>
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  • ...nificant development in courtroom technology is the use of bar codes. This technology is helpful in organizing evidence in cases with numerous exhibits. Bar code <p>No matter the technology, demonstrative evidence must still conform to standard evidentiary rules. T
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  • <p>The advent of sophisticated and low-cost video technology has resulted in increased videotaping of depositions. Both sides must agree <p>Another advance in technology is the ability to take depositions by telephone. Telephonic depositions are
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  • ...only beneficiaries of the ADA. Businesses have found a new market, and new technology developed to help those with disabilities often helps the nondisabled as we
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  • <p>National Research Council. 1992. <i>DNA Technology in Forensic Science.</i> Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.</p>
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  • ...ividuals obtain marketable skills in a society that increasingly relies on technology. ... wide range of research and development activities and promotes the use of technology in education.
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  • ...to better understand the complex issues associated with new communications technology. As part of its civil liberties mission, EFF seeks to ensure that the creat ... Kapor, Steve Wozniak, cofounder of Apple Computer, and other computer and technology entrepreneurs.
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  • ...ngress, judiciary, military, and law enforcement all use some form of this technology. In the private sector, business competitors, convenience stores, shopping As technology continues to develop, the Court has had to consider new methods of investig
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  • ...nergy policies and functions, research and development (R&amp;D) of energy technology, marketing of federally produced power, promotion of energy conservation, o ...visions: energy programs, weapons/waste clean-up programs, and science and technology programs. It also oversees five power administrations and includes the Fede
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  • Technology has often provided the means to moderation. Requiring businesses to shut do ...omically impractical or prohibitively expensive for a polluter to use such technology.
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  • ...nal water activities; development of programs for technical assistance and technology transfer; and provision of training in the field of water quality.</p>
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  • Computer technology has been introduced in the major exchanges to automate certain aspects of t
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  • ... subject to warrantless police searches. Thus, the use of "sense-enhancing technology" that could obtain information that would otherwise only be obtainable by a
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  • ...n> (USTR), the Council on Environmental Quality, the Office of Science and Technology Policy, and the <span>Office of Administration</span>.
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  • ...ions of executive orders. For example, in ''Cohen v. Illinois Institute of Technology'', 524 F.2d 818 (7th Cir. 1975), 425 U.S. 943, 96 S. Ct. 1683, 48 L. Ed. 2d
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  • The bank has moved to use technology to improve the delivery of services. Beginning in 2002, customers could app
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  • ...trine hurt the public interest and violated the First Amendment. Moreover, technology had changed: with the advent of multiple channels on <span>[[Cable Televisi
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  • '''Artificial Conception and Surrogate Motherhood''' Modern technology has created opportunities for conceiving children through <span>[[Artificia
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  • ...rt to balance federal spending in such areas as forestry, education, space technology, and the national defense, with revenue, which the United States collects l ...ce and Civil Service; Public Works and Transportation; Science, Space, and Technology; Veterans Affairs; and Ways and Means. For the Senate, the committees, whic
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  • == Office of Engineering and Technology == The Office of Engineering and Technology administers the Table of Frequency Allocations, which specifies the frequen
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  • <p>By 2002, the FMCS had developed web technology that provided the public with comprehensive information. More importantly,
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  • ... increasing need to clarify the legal status of the fetus, particularly as technology has made it possible to regard the fetus as a patient independent of the mo
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  • ...vernment snooping when the government has the ability to use sophisticated technology to monitor criminal suspects. In <i>Kyllo v. United States</i>, 533 U.S. 27 ... subject to warrantless police searches."Thus, the use of "sense-enhancing technology" that could obtain information that would otherwise only be obtainable by a
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  • ...as a surveyor. In 1878, Gilbert enrolled at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he studied architecture for one year.</p> ...rtroom was also criticized for its poor acoustics. Time and improved sound technology have diminished this criticism. Today, the Supreme Court Building is consid
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  • ...for poor and disadvantaged persons as well as an overly optimistic view of technology and the free market. Observers have described his actions in Congress as al ...o a strong belief in the efficacy of the free market, a strong devotion to technology as an answer to social ills. He wrote of a "window of opportunity" represen
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  • ...perience in foreign and defense policy, expertise in environmental and new technology matters, and an image as an unwavering family man.
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  • ...na. Politicians of all kinds soon followed his lead in using this powerful technology.
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  • ...eady has been patented. The nonobviousness requirement focuses on existing technology, or "prior art." In determining whether an invention is non-obvious, the U. ...ll Thomas DeVries. 2003. "The Legal Fallout from Digital Rights Management Technology." <i>Computer and Internet Lawyer</i> 20 (April): 20&#x2013;35.</p>
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  • ...he U.S. Bureau of Mines researches mining issues in order to find the best technology for extracting, processing, using, and recycling non-fuel mineral resources
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  • ...equences of the CFE Treaty.'' Cambridge, Mass.: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press.
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  • ...as continued to undergo major changes and reorganizations. Advancements in technology have had a tremendous effect on IRS operations, beginning with the opening
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  • ...1940s. However, the sudden popularity of a new, unregulated communications technology raised many issues for U.S. law. ... Passes the Nation's First Internet Privacy Law." ''Rutgers Computer &amp; Technology Law Journal'' 29 (summer).
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  • ...Fraud: Old Scams, Old Laws, New Context." ''Temple Environmental Law &amp; Technology Journal'' 20 (spring): 169–193.
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  • ...collaborations between businesses. In a collaboration, for example, a high-technology firm may contract with a manufacturer to bring its idea for a product to ma
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  • ...e information is now recorded and retrieved electronically. The use of new technology has improved the efficiency of court administration. Appellate courts distr
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  • ...</span> (ABA), whose quarterly <i>Jurimetrics Journal of Law, Science, and Technology</i> is a widely respected publication with an international focus.</p> ...on jury decision making. Also concerned with the regulation of science and technology, <i>Jurimetrics</i> examines cutting edge issues such as electronic securit
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  • ...surrounding <span>[[Death And Dying|death and dying]]</span>. With medical technology's increasing ability to prolong life have come more situations that bring g
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  • ...istory of labor unions in the United States has much to do with changes in technology and the development of capitalism. Although labor unions can be compared to ...to a shift from blue-collar manufacturing jobs to white-collar service and technology jobs. By the end of 2002, just 13.2 percent of the U.S. workforce claimed u
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  • ...s' websites. Some publications, such as the <i>Richmond Journal of Law and Technology</i>, are available exclusively in an on-line format.</p>
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  • ...ends the model rules to make adjustments for evolving norms and changes in technology. For example, in 1998, the ABA addressed the widespread use of the <span>[[ ...f the Salt in the Sea of Cyberspace." ''West Virginia Journal of Law &amp; Technology'' (February 14).
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  • ...tance. Strategies for achieving these goals include use of state planning, technology, and improved program oversight.</p>
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  • ... in 2003. HMOs defend the rise in costs by pointing to advances in medical technology that require the purchase of high-priced equipment, rising prescription dru
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  • ... about safe maritime operations and as a potential advancement in military technology. Persons seeking to use radio frequencies would register with the <span>[[C <h2>New Technology</h2>
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  • ;ITI: Information Technology Integration ;ITS: Information Technology Service
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  • ... commonly created by television police shows are exaggerations of how much technology can actually do, such innovations as DNA testing have made it easier for th
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  • In the 1990s, attention was paid to the new ways technology could supply pornography. The use of computer bulletin boards and the <span
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  • ...net_Law]] [[Category:Online_Privacy]] [[Category:Surveillance]] [[Category:Technology]] [[Category:Telecommunications_Law]] [[Category:Identity_theft]] [[Categor
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  • Brin, David. 1999. ''The Transparent Society: Will Technology Force Us to Choose Between Privacy and Freedom?'' New York: Perseus Publish
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  • ...ends the model rules to make adjustments for evolving norms and changes in technology. Most states have adopted the ABA Model Rules of 1983. States that have not
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  • ...ng and publication that would soon give way to the personal computer. This technology has allowed the reporter of decisions to move slip opinions into the U.S. R
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  • ...early 2000s, the first trains were small and the lines were short. But the technology continued to improve, and railroads increased in number, size, and strength
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  • ... at Cornell University (1953&#x2013;59) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1960&#x2013;62).</p>
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  • ...ericans are inundated with talk of revolution. The fitness revolution, the technology revolution, the computer revolution, and the information revolution are jus
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  • ...ttorney must attend to remain in good standing. Courts also issue rules on technology. For example, the highest court in a jurisdiction usually decides whether t
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  • <p>Bell, Tom W. 2003. "Free Speech, Strict Scrutiny, and Self-Help: How Technology Upgrades Constitutional Jurisprudence." <i>Minnesota Law Review</i> 87 (Feb ...Self-Help Remedies for Software Vendors." <i>Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal</i> 9 (November).</p>
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  • ...on, Law Enforcement and Education." <i>Albany Law Journal of Science &amp; Technology</i> 12 (summer).</p>
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  • With the advent of new technology, the law has changed to address and encompass more methods of disseminating
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  • ... Patrol at border stations in the Southwest. The DEA has also enhanced its technology for combating smuggling in the Southwest through <span>[[Wiretapping|wireta
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  • <p>Under capitalism&#x2014;defined as a global system based on technology transcending national boundaries&#x2014;society was divided into two compon
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  • In ''Step-Saver Data Systems v. Wyse Technology,'' 939 F.2d 91 (1991), the Third Circuit Court of Appeals held that the shr .../span> reached a settlement whereby Microsoft agreed to disclose sensitive technology to its competitors and to allow manufacturers and customers to remove Micro
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  • ...tific and technological issues, communications and information policy, and technology transfers.</p> ...n the United States, counter-terrorism planning and coordination, security technology development, foreign government security training, and personnel training.<
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  • Birck, Mary Lynne. 1994. "Modern Reproductive Technology and Motherhood: The Search for Common Ground and the Recognition of Differe
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  • ...have become integral parts of our everyday lives. And as telecommunication technology advanced, the more complicated the <span>[[Telecommunications|Telecommunica ... to make maritime operations safer and a potential advancement of military technology. During <span>[[World War I|World War I]]</span>, however, entrepreneurs be
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  • ... and received by a television set in a person's home or business. Improved technology led to the replacement of black-and-white images with color signals in the
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  • ..., major newspapers published his 35,000-word manifesto describing his anti-technology philosophy. In April 1996, a suspect, Theodore Kaczynski, was arrested for
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  • ... a person will prefer to "earn" miles by flying with one company. Computer technology has also spurred experiments with recording points electronically when a pe
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  • ... The service works with other agencies to take advantage of new automation technology and improve financial management systems and government handling of payment
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  • ... satellite seminars. Subjects include marketing, management, productivity, technology, and forecasting. The chamber also offers an online catalog that provides a
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  • ...te, and anyone who had a satellite dish could receive the broadcast. Thus, technology circumvented the prohibition on domestic dissemination of USIA programs.</p
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  • ...ed unable to process the mail efficiently. Despite the availability of new technology, as well as skyrocketing mail volume, the department handled mail the same
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  • An expanded vigilantism definition would include its more recent, technology-based form known as [[Internet vigilantism|internet vigilantism]]. Internet
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  • ...the terms of their visas. The act also mandates improvements in the use of technology to identify persons who apply for U.S. visas. Congress further increased th
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  • ...lly scans a paper ballot and tabulates the votes for each office. Enhanced technology has allowed quicker reporting of results and fewer arithmetical errors. Nev
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  • ...sed on a cost-benefit analysis in which the feasibility and expense of the technology is balanced against the expected benefits to the environment.</p>
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  • ...ndards, and in 1988 it was renamed the National Institute of Standards and Technology.</p>
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  • ...sociation|American Bar Association]]</span>, he served on the Committee on Technology and the Courts and the Committee on Design of Court Rooms and Court Facilit
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  • ... expressed alarm at the loss of privacy posed by such potentially invasive technology. "FBI Says Carnivore Will Not Devour Privacy." July 21, 2001. CNN.com: Technology. Available online at &lt;<span>http://www.cnn.com/2000/TECH/computing/07/21
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  • ... investment in the developing world through improved access to information technology.
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  • ...ry of defense on the social and legal implications of the new surveillance technology.
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  • ...uidelines in disseminating government information. In particular, computer technology raises questions about what constitutes a reasonable request for informatio
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  • ...ization consists of four main offices: the Federal Supply Service, Federal Technology Service, Public Buildings Service, and the Office of Governmentwide Policy. <p><b>Information Technology Service</b> The Federal Technology Service (FTS) directs governmentwide programs for automated data processing
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  • ... harvested and used for a variety of purposes. Current applications of the technology include medical investigations of gene structure for the control of genetic ...uflon. About a year and a half earlier, an American company, Advanced Cell Technology, tried unsuccessfully to clone a rare Asian ox. The cloning was initially s
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  • ... Transportation Security; Emergency Preparedness and Response; Science and Technology; Information Analysis and Infrastructure Protection; and Management. In case of a biological attack, the Directorate of Science and Technology is responsible for sponsoring the development of vaccines, anti-dotes, and
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  • As medical technology advances and the medical profession is able to prolong life for many termin
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  • ...ourt's ruling, Quinlan was still attached to a respirator and more medical technology was being employed to keep her alive. Eventually Quinlan was weaned off the ...g the difficult legal issues that continue to arise as advances in medical technology allow doctors to keep patients alive, even when they have little or no chan
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  • ...e being buried each year that could have been treated and salvaged. Better technology must be developed, Congress concluded, to recover useful resources from sol ...the guidelines require that such waste be treated through new or available technology so that valuable resources can be identified and separated from materials t
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  • .... "Political E-mail: Protected Speech or Unwelcome Spam." ''Duke Law &amp; Technology Review'' (January 14).
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  • ...OJ) whose mission is to serve as a focal point for work on law enforcement technology; to carry out R&amp;D, testing, evaluation and analysis of technologies use = Title III: Science and Technology in Support of Homeland Security =
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  • ...ate, Obama spearheaded a presidential campaign utilizing social networking technology as a means of grassroots organizing. Campaign themes included "Yes We Can"
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  • ...essor of law and a director of the Shidler Center for Law, Commerce, &amp; Technology at the University of Washington School of Law in Seattle, Washington. Prior ...ts in Zurich, Switzerland. Ramasastry's research interests involve law and technology, commercial law, and law and globalization. She is a consultant to the Euro
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  • ...internet users in the United States, DSL and broadband are the most common technology used by internet service providers ("ISP"). Some of the largest ISPs in the [[Category:Cyberlaw]] [[Category:Technology]] [[Category:Telecommunications_Law]] [[Category:Internet_Law]]
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  • Cyberterrorism entails the use of information technology as means by terrorist groups and agents. Cyberterrorism includes activity such as use of information technology to organize and carry out attacks, support terrorist group activity, and ca
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  • Google Inc. is a a internet search and technology multinational corporation that develops internet-based search and cloud com
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  • ...ht Act ("DMCA") is a law that criminalizes production and dissemination of technology, devices, or services intended to circumvent measures that control access t ...he DMCA&nbsp;also covers a range of additional copyright issues related to technology and the Internet.&nbsp; President Bill Clinton signed the DMCA&nbsp;into la
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  • Internet vigilantism uses web-based technology as a means of organizing individual and/or entities to protect a common int [[Category:First_Amendment]] [[Category:Internet_Law]] [[Category:Technology]] [[Category:Criminal_Law]] [[Category:Cyberlaw]] [[Category:Criminals]]
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  • ...ce legislation. Now, electronic surveillance incorporates various forms of technology including: cell phones, cell towers, [[Pen Register|pen traps and traces]],
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  • ==== Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH) ==== The [[Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH)]]<ref>http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.
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  • ...s established by a company or industry body.&nbsp; Other countries offer a technology based approach by stating what technical security measures must be in place *The Information Technology Act<ref>http://www.dsci.in/images/stories/it_act_amendment_2008.pdf</ref><b
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  • ...emination of information, at establishment and use of information systems, technology and means for their ensurance and at protection of information. The law als ...equency Identification (RFID)|''radio frequency identification (RFID)'']]''technology''<ref>http://www.edoeb.admin.ch/themen/00794/00795/index.html?lang=en</ref>
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  • ...essaging, games and music. [http://www.myspace.com/ MySpace] launched as a technology company in January 2004 and later was acquired by News Corporations in Octo
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  • ...ses of information.&nbsp; Areas being address are the rise of geo-location technology (e.g. Global Positioning System (GPS) on mobile phones) and behavior-based
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  • ...isciplinary action?&nbsp; Is it more than just removal of the policy, does technology and changing culture make a difference?&nbsp; In what way?&nbsp; Check out
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  • ...onventional and toxic pollutants, while the standard for best conventional technology applies to conventional pollutants.
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  • ...e- and upper-middle class communities, where a "cyberbully" misuses online technology to harass, intimidate, bully or terrorize others. For social networking gia
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  • ...911-services/enhanced911/</ref>,vehicle monitoring and tracking, assistive technology, cell-phone mapping, etc.). ...ture on smartphones.&nbsp; Once again, individuals are able to use the GPS technology to display where they are on a map and be shown routes to destinations.&nbs
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  • ... stored information held on a "tag" and accessed by a "reader".&nbsp; This technology is used primarily for tracking purposes, although other uses have recently ...ere created and RFID technology exploded into the 21st century.&nbsp; RFID technology is now used practically everywhere for a variety of purposes.<ref>http://ww
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  • ... interested in the part of the decision addressing reproductive assistance technology and lack&nbsp;of restrictions by the state to heterosexuals.&nbsp; ==== Re: Assisted Reproductive Technology & Perry ====
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  • As technology is becoming more and more advanced, use of RFID technology will continue to grow.&nbsp; RFID tags are already being implanted into hum
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  • ...other, has been occuring for decades. Mashups are new to the scene, due to technology and the Internet, but are pretty much the same concept. There have been a n
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  • ...tation of privacy in his or her home, and that even a scan of a home using technology that doesn’t physically enter a home can be tantamount to an unreasonable
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  • *Yale Journal of Law and Technology<br>
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  • ...ive Legal Studies, Environmental Law, International Legal Studies, Law and Technology, and Social Justice. In addition to Law Review, the law school also has num
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  • *''Christopher Yoo'', authority on law and technology.<br>
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  • ... subsidized childcare, and flexible scheduling. Other perks include a full technology suite to make managing your practice easier and more comprehensive.<br>
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  • ...llectual discourse on critical issues at the intersection of law, science, technology, and public policy. <br> According to Forbes, if you want to be general counsel at a leading technology firm, head to Stanford. The GCs for Cisco Systems, Ebay, Google and countle
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  • ...ides domestic partner benefits. Other perks include emergency childcare, a technology allowance, and relocation expenses.<ref>http://www.skadden.com/recruiting/r
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  • ...sult when dealing with complex legal issues such as financial services and technology. It ranks #4 in intellectual property, #7 in IP litigation, and #26 in the ...utions + Financial Services, Government + Public Agencies, and Information Technology, to name a few. Like most big firms, Morrison &amp; Foerster also maintains
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  • *Media &amp; Communications, Technology and Intellectual Property ...who need it. Other perks include a discounted gym membership program and a technology reimbursement program.<ref>http://www.debevoise.com/associates/salariesandb
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  • ...red W. DeVore, III, is a frequent instructor at seminars on topics such as technology in the courtroom, toxic mold damages, construction lien law, and nursing ma
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  • ...s. Greenberg Minasian, LLC, uses the latest in computer and communications technology in order to streamline the process of legal research and courtroom presenta
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  • ... subsidized childcare, and flexible scheduling. Other perks include a full technology suite to make managing your practice easier and more comprehensive.<ref>htt
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  • ...es to numerous industries in: Communications and Media, Funds, Information Technology, Oil and Gas, Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare, Power, and Real Estate indust
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  • ... Sciences and Healthcare, Real Estate, Sports and Recreational Facilities, Technology, Media and Telecoms, and Transportation. With such high profile clients, th
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  • ...nces &amp; chemicals, Industrials, Insurance, Private equity, Real estate, Technology, media &amp; telecoms, and Transport &amp; logistics.<ref>http://www.cliffo *Technology, media &amp; telecoms
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  • ...ludes many Fortune 500 companies in industries such as: communications and technology, mining, minerals and energy, and consumer goods and services on matters in ...l Leave, Relocation Expenses, Short-term Disability Insurance, Sick Leave, Technology (Laptop, PDA, etc.), Vacation Leave, Vision Insurance, and much more.<ref>h
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