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Volume 15, Issue 2 (Spring 2014)  [10]

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The Times They Are a-Changin’: Shifting Norms and Employee Privacy in the Technological Era

Durham Taylor, Lisa M. (Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology, 2014-05)
When it comes to employee privacy rights in emerging technologies, the times they are a-changin’. In the dawn of the modern technological era, when electronic mail and the Internet were in their relative infancy, the right ...

Did You Give the Government Your Baby’s DNA? Rethinking Consent in Newborn Screening

Suter, Sonia (Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology, 2014-05)
Newborn screening (NBS) has long offered the possibility of identifying rare conditions, which can be lethal or debilitating if not detected and treated quickly in the newborn period. These screening programs, usually ...

Selective Contracting in Prescription Drugs: The Benefits of Pharmacy Networks

Shepherd, Joanna (Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology, 2014-05)
Selective contracting in health care involves contractual arrangements among insurers and health care providers that give covered individuals a financial incentive to obtain health care from a limited panel of providers. ...

Associated Press v. Meltwater: Are Courts Being Fair to News Aggregators?

Quinn, Dylan (Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology, 2014-05)
While it has long been thought that news aggregators were protected from news providers by the fair use defense of the Copyright Act, Meltwater demonstrates that this may not be true. Although this was the first time a ...

Aligning Online Privacy Protection with Reasonable Expectations of Privacy: How Joffe Can Be Used to Modernize the Wiretap Act

Mason, Matthew (Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology, 2014-05)
Between May 2007 and 2010, as part of its popular Street View project, Google collected an enormous amount of Wi-Fi data transmitted from unencrypted networks throughout the United States and over thirty countries worldwide. ...

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