Volume 19, Issue 2 - Fall 2015

  • Attacking Analogies: The Need for Independent Standards for Mobile Privacy

    Matthew Whitten

    The impact of modern technology cannot be overstated; it has quickly impacted the lives of most Americans in a relatively short amount of time. In 2012, 78% of Americans reported owning a desktop or laptop computer. In 2014, 64% of Americans stated that they owned a smartphone. Of those surveyed, 44% of cell owners admitted […]

    Volume 19, Issue 1 - Spring 2015

  • Coding Consent: The Merits of Antitrust Consent Decrees in the Tech Industry

    David Shelton

    Consent decrees are a power tool in the box of American antitrust regulators. The Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division finalized its first consent decree in 1906, and from the 1950s until the present, between 87% and 97% of the Antitrust Division’s cases have been resolved by consent decree. As the economy has developed to incorporate […]