Forty-sixth selected bibliography on computers, technology and the law: January 2014 through December 2014.

Position:10. Law and Technology 10.2 Audio/Video Recording through 12. Other, p. 479-516 - Bibliography

10.2 Audio/Video Recording

Michael Mihajlo, Note, Last Call at the Oasis: Modifying the Noninteractive Webcast Royalty System to Support Sustainability, 31 ENT. & SPORTS LAW 3 (Summer 2014).

Drew B. Hollander, "Why Can't we be Friends? ": How Congress can Work With the Private Sector to Solve the "Digital Sampling Conundrum, " 18 Va. J.L. & TECH. 229 (Winter 2013-14).

Saul M. Kassin, Jeff Kukucka, Victoria Z. Lawson & John DeCarlo, Does Video Recording Alter the Behavior of Police During Interrogation? A Mock Crime-And-Investigation Study, 38 LAW & HUM. Behav. 73 (2014).

Amy Rosen, The Big Lawsuits Keep On Coming An Analysis Of Extortive Pornographic "Trolling Lawsuits " And Preventative Approaches, 31 ENT. & SPORTS Law 1 (March 2014).

10.3 Space Law

Matthew Feinman, Article, Mining the Final Frontier: Keeping Earth's Asteroid Mining Ventures from Becoming the Next Gold Rush, 14 PITT. J. TECH. L. & POL'Y 202 (Spring 2014).

Scott Shackelford, Governing the Final Frontier: A Polycentric Approach to Managing Space Weaponization and Debris, 51 AM. BUS. L.J. 429 (Summer 2014).

Keisuke Shimizu, Procurement System of the Japanese Space Agency: A Comparative Assessment, 44 PUB. CONT. L.J. 31 (Fall 2014).

Justin Silver, Houston We Have a (Liability) Problem, I 12 Mich L. Rev. 833 (2014).

10.4 Medical Technology

10.4.0 General

G. J. Annas & S. Elias, 23andMe and the FDA, 370 NEW ENG. J. Med. 985 (Mar. 13, 2014).

Bayard Brown, Farewell to Arms (and Legs): The Legal Treatment of Artificial Limbs, 47 COLUM. J.L. & SOC. PROBS. 69 (2013-2014).

Nathaniel R. Carroll, Comment, Mobile Medical App Regulation: Preventing a Pandemic of "Mobilechondriacs, 7 St. LOUIS U. J. HEALTH L. & POL'Y 415 (2014).

R. Alta Charo, Physicians and the (Woman's) Body Politic, 370 NEW eng. J. Med. 193 (Jan. 2014).

Jocelyn Cooper, Note, Dissecting the Heart of Organ Allocation Policy: Evaluating the Eastern District of Pennsylvania's Grant of Life in Murnaghan v. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 59 VlLL. L. REV. 269 (2014).

Nathan Cortez, The Mobile Health Revolution?, 41 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 1173 (2014).

Laura K. Donohue, Biodefense and Constitutional Constraints, 4 NAT'L SEC & ARMED CONFLICT L. REV 82 (2014).

Jenna Furman, Book Note, 30 SYRACUSE J. SCI. & TECH. 160 (Spring 2014) (reviewing SARAH RICHMOND et al., I Know What You're Thinking: Brain Imaging and Mental Privacy (2012)).

Daniel B. Kramer, M.D., Yongtian T. Tan, Chiaki Sato, Ph.D., L.L.M. & Aaron S. Kesselheim, M.D., J.D., M.P.H., Ensuring Medical Device Effectiveness and Safety: A Cross--National Comparison of Approaches to Regulation, 69 FOOD & DRUG L.J. 1 (2014).

Steve Kreitner, Telehealth services networks: A promise not fully delivered, 39 MONTANA LAWYER 24 (2014).

Kyle Lennox, Substantially Unequivalent: Reforming FDA Regulation of Medical Devices, 2014 U. ILL. L. Rev. 1363 (2014)'.

Julian J.Z. Polaris, Note, Principles over Principals? How Innovation Affects the Agency Relationship in Medical and Legal Practice, 14 YALE J. HEALTH POL'Y L. & ETHICS 296 (Summer 2014).

Vincent J. Roth, The mHealth Conundrum: Smartphones & Mobile Medical Apps-How Much FDA Medical Device Regulation is Required?, 15 N.C. J.L. & TECH. 359 (Mar. 2014).

Joanna Shepherd, Selective Contracting in Prescription Drugs: The Benefits of Pharmacy Networks, 15 MINN. J. L. SCI. & Tech. 1027 (2014).

Mark Strasser, The New Frontier? IVF's Challenges for State Courts and Legislatures, 17 SMU SCI. & TECH. L. Rev. 125 (Summer 2014).

Sonia M. Suter, Did You Give the Government Your Baby's DNA? Rethinking Consent in Newborn Screening, 15 MINN. J. L. SCI. & TECH. 729 (2014).

Benjamin Sweeney, Note, The Cobblestones of Good Intentions: Substantive Due Process and Infant Genital Normalizing Surgery, 13 SEATTLE J. SOC. JUST. 153 (Summer 2014).

Dalia B. Taylor, Note, Communicating with Vegetative State Patients: The Role of Neuro imaging in American Disability Law, 66 STAN. L. REV. 1451 (June 2014).

Devon T. Unger, Note, Minding Your Meds: Balancing the Needs for Patient Privacy and Law Enforcement in Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs, 117 W. VA. L. Rev. 345 (Fall 2014).

Katherine Booth Wellington, Cyberattacks on Medical Devices and Hospital Networks: Legal Gaps and Regulatory Solutions, 30 SANTA CLARA COMPUTER & HIGH TECH. L.J. 139 (Mar. 2014).

10.4.1 Electronic Records

Jason T. Brown & Zijian Guan, Click to Accept (You Now Have No Rights!), 31 HOFSTRA LAB. & EMP. L. J. 411 (2014).

Nigel M. de S. Cameron, Humans, Rights, and Twenty-First Century Technologies, 35 J. LEGAL MEDICINE 235 (2014).

N.G. Cortez et al., FDA Regulation of Mobile Health Technologies, 371 New ENG. J. MED. 372 (Jan. 23, 2014).

Barbara Drury, Reed Gelzer, Patricia Trites & George Paul, Electronic Health Records Systems: Testing the Limits of Digital Records ' Reliability and Trust, 12 AVE Maria L. Rev. 257 (2014).

Jamie Lynn Flaherty, Note, Digital Diagnosis: Privacy and the Regulation of Mobile Phone Health Applications, 40 Am. J. L. & MED. 416 (2014).

Leslie P. Francis, The Future of Health Law: Exemplary Insight into Trending Topics: Patient Registries: Patient Consent When Children Become Adults, 7 St. LOUIS U. J. Health L. & Pol'y 389 (2014).

Thomas P. Hayden, Using the Medical Loss Ratio to Incentivize the Adoption of Innovative Medical Technology, 17 VAND. J. ENT. & Tech. 239(2014).

Anne Marie Helm & Daniel Georgatos, Privacy and mHealth: How Mobile Health "Apps " Fit into a Privacy Framework Not Limited to HIPAA, 64 SYRACUSE L. Rev. 131 (2014).

Erin J. Hoyle, Note, Including the Frozen Heir: Expanding the Florida Probate Code to Include Posthumously Conceived Children's Inheritance Rights, 43 Stetson L. Rev. 325 (Winter 2014).

Roger Hsieh, Improving HIPAA Enforcement and Protecting Patient Privacy in a Digital Healthcare Environment, 46 LOY. U. CHI. L. J. 175 (2014).

Lorelei Laird, Federal medical-privacy law frustrates ID theft victims, A.B.A. J., Sept. 2014, at 17.

Gabrielle Lee, Article, A Telehealth Technicality: Pennsylvania's Outdated Insurance Reimbursement Policies Deter Investment in Modern Telehealth Technology, 15 PITT. J. TECH. L. & POL'Y 115 (Pall 2014).

Shawn Pearson & Shay Wells, Corporate Records in the Digital Age, NEV. Law., May 2014, at 13.

Kimberly A. Prior, Note, The Ultra Sound-Off: The Ultrasound Mandate Debate and a Litigator's Guide to Overcoming Obstacles to a Woman's Right to Abortion, 19 Suffolk J. Trial & App. Advoc. 155 (2013/2014).

Paul Purdue, Sony Digital Paper, A Useful Tool, 93 Mich. Bar J. 56 (2014).

Zachary Ross, Note, Bridging the Cellular Divide: A Search for Consensus Regarding Law Enforcement Access to Historical Cell Data, 35 CARDOZO L. Rev. 1185 (2014).

Myles G. Taylor, Comment, Seeing Clearly? Interpreting Model Ride 1.6(c) for Attorney Use of Cloud Computing Technology 45 McGEORGE L. REV. 835 (2014).

Brian F. Yagi, Note, Triune Synergy in Biomedical Research: Uniting Pharmaceutical Companies, University Researchers, and the NIH through the Drug Repurposing Project at NCATS, 44 WASH. U. J.L. & POL'Y 179 (2014).

10.5 Science and Technology

10.5.0 General

William K. Briggs, Freeing Archival Research from the Accidental and Overbearing IRB Regulation that Costs Human Lives, 14 J. HIGH. TECH. L. 237 (2014).

Roger Brownsword, Regulating Patient Safety: Is it Time for a Technological Response?, 6 LAW, INNOVATION & TECH. 1 (May 2014).

Jorge L. Contreras & A. James Cuticcha, eds., Bioinformatics Law: Legal Issues for Computational Biology in the Post-Genome Era, 35 J. LEGAL MEDICINE 495 (2014).

Libby Deshaies, Recent Developments in Patenting Medical Biotechnology: Myriad Genetics and the Affordable Care Act as Steps towards Greater Patient Access Recent Development, 2014 U. ILL. J.L. TECH. & POL'Y 307 (2014).

Samantha Fox, Note & Comment, Chimpanzee Use in Invasive Biomedical Research: The One-Percent Difference that Affects One-Hundred-Percent of the Studies, 27 J. C.R. & ECON. DEV. 237 (Spring 2014).

Valeriaa Hatami, Note, The Solution to Unsound Science Behind Regulation of Hydraulic Fracturing is ... Traceable, 39 OKLA. CITY U. L. REV. 209 (Summer 2014

Lisa Heinzerling, The FDA's Continuing Incapacity on Livestock Antibiotics, 33 STAN. ENVTL. L.J. 325 (July 2014).

James J. Hoecker & Douglas W. Smith, Regulatory Federalism and Development of Electric Transmission: A Brewing Storm, 35 ENERGY L.J. 71 (2014).

Ranjit Janardhanan, Uncle Sam Knows What's in Your Medicine Cabinet: The Security and Privacy Protection of Health Records under the Hitech Act, 30 J. Marshall J. Info. Tech. & Privacy L. 667 (2014).

George A. Kimbrell & Aurora L. Paulsen, The Constitutionality of State-Mandated Labeling for Genetically Engineered Foods: A Definitive Defense, 39 VT.L.REV. 341 (2014).

Alessandra Malerba,& Laura Massocchi, The 'Law & Science Young Scholars Informal Symposium' 2012: Young Researchers Help to Shape the Future of Law, 6 Law, Innovation & Tech. 94 (2014).

Richard B. Miller, Book Review, The Bet: Paid Ehrlich, Julian Simon, and Our Gamble over Earth's Future, 35 Energy L.J. 215 (2014).

Jennifer Nomura, Slowing Antibiotic Resistance by Decreasing Antibiotic Use in Animals, 15 MINN. J. L. SCI. & Tech. 585 (2014).

Leah Octavio, The Patient Eligibility of Personalized Medical Technologies, 35 J. Legal Medicine 423 (2014). David W. Opderbeck, The Problem with NeuroLaw, 58 ST. LOUIS U.L.J. 497 (Winter 2014).

Kevin Outterson, The Drug Quality and Security Act--Mind the Gaps, 370 NEW ENG. J. MED. 97 (2014).

Marshall Chance Peterson, Comment, The Sancho Effect: Why the Large Hadron Collider Won 't Destroy the Earth, and How It Could Improve Science in the Courts, 54 JURIMETRICS J. 303 (VOL. 54, 2014).

Jeremy Rabkin & John Yoo, A Return to Coercion: International Law and New Weapon Technologies, 42 HOFSTRA L. REV. 1187 (2014).

Susan E. Rushing, The Admissibility of Brain Scans in Criminal Trails: The Case of Positron Emission Tomography, 50 CT. Rev. 62 (2014).

Brie Sherwin, The Lizard, the...

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