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LET’S TALK ABOUT (FAKE) SEX BABY: A DEEP DIVE INTO THE DISTRIBUTIVE HARMS OF DEEPFAKE PORNOGRAPHY

Featured Image Credit: Getty Images – Kieran Walsh Shelby Akerley Introduction At seventeen years old, Noelle Martin’s career as a porn star had taken off.[1] To this day, you can find her image on page after page of dozens of pornographic sites.[2] A simple Google search of Noelle’s name will bring up hundreds of pictures …

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Broadcasting Borders: Why Forensic Extraterritorial Electronic Border Searches for Contraband Do Not Require Reasonable Suspicion under the Fourth Amendment

Rory McClain Table of Contents I. Introduction II. Background    A. The Modern Border Search Exception 71. “Routine” Versus “Nonroutine” Border Searches         1. Privacy Interests Regarding Searches of One’s Person         2. Searches of Electronic Media         3. Searches of Electronic Media at the Border …

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Facial Recognition Technology: How Will Lawmakers and the Courts Respond to the Growing Demand for Policy Development?

Claire Bosarge[1]     Table of Contents I. Introduction …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 2 II. How Does Facial Recognition Technology Work? …………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 4 IV. Facial Recognition Technology: A Double-Edged Sword ………………………………………………………………………………………………… 6       A. The Many Uses of FRT in Law Enforcement and Beyond   ………………………………………………………………………………………….. 6       B. The Fallibility of Facial Recognition Technology  …………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 6 …

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The Dichotomy Between Safeguarding Data Privacy and Promoting Individualized Healthcare Using Artificial Intelligence: How Modern Regulations Miss the Mark And New Standards Can Reconcile The Two

The Dichotomy Between Safeguarding Data Privacy and Promoting Individualized Healthcare Using Artificial Intelligence: How Modern Regulations Miss the Mark And New Standards Can Reconcile The Two by Mohammad Reza Kameli[1] I. Introduction As a “testing ground” for determining the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to improve healthcare, Israel, through a governmental initiative, plans to bring …

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HUMANS AND MACHINES: CHALLENGES OF TREATING A PERSON LIKE A MACHINE

HUMANS AND MACHINES: CHALLENGES OF TREATING A PERSON LIKE A MACHINE Briseida Sofía Jiménez-Gómez[1] Abstract: This article seeks to reflect on the difference between humans and smart machines. Humans are creating machines that are fed on individuals’ personal data. Over time, machines will become more “intelligent” as they will have more big data to analyze, …

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Transnational Frameworks for Reconciling the Territorial Reach of Online Speech Regulation

Transnational Frameworks for Reconciling the Territorial Reach of Online Speech Regulation by Rebecca Iafrati, JD, Georgetown University Law Center I. Introduction Online speech penetrates every aspect of life in the digital age. As the reach of online speech grows, so too have governmental efforts to regulate it. Given the global nature of online speech and …

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The Ultimate Insurance Policy: Autonomous Vehicles and Artificial Intelligence, a Statutory Proposal for a Complicated Product

University of Arizona Law Journal of Emerging Technologies, Forthcoming 31 Pages Posted: 6 Nov 2018 Anthony Paolino III Roger Williams University, School of Law, Students; University of Arizona – Arizona Journal of Emerging Technology Date Written: October 31, 2018 Abstract Self-driving cars could make the roads a lot safer for our friends, our families, and ourselves. …

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Sharing Economy Gag Rule: Targeting Communication Innovations in the Information Age

Innovative technologies that connect service providers to consumers are changing the way people live, work, and travel. From Uber and Lyft in transportation to Airbnb in lodging — and smaller platforms for everything from home cosmetology services to babysitters — people are using finding new ways to trade goods and services. Consumers gain greater access to products and services at lower costs, and pioneering individuals and businesses are reaching markets they would not otherwise have reached.

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Repairing Copyright: Getting Back to Basics and Ending an Era of Experimentation

University of Arizona, Rogers College of Law, Arizona Law Journal of Emerging Technologies, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2018 39 Pages Posted: 25 Jun 2018 Last revised: 1 Nov 2018 John Howard University of Arizona – Arizona Law Journal of Emerging Technology Date Written: May 18, 2017 Abstract Societies communicate their values in many different ways. Often this …

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Internet Content Application of International Copyright Law

24 Pages Posted: 21 Mar 2019 Sandeep Pruthi University of Arizona – Arizona Law Journal of Emerging Technologies Date Written: February 27, 2019 Abstract Copyright ownership of literary or artistic work has been delineated through international laws for over three hundred years. The nature and design of reproduction methods implicating technology from the printing press to …