9 J. Bus. & Tech. L. [i] (2014)

handle is hein.journals/jobtela9 and id is 1 raw text is: UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND FRANCIS KING CAREY SCHOOL OF LAW * ESTABLISHED 1816
Journal of Business & Technology Law
ARTICLES
Fouling the First Amendment: Why Colleges Can't, and Shouldn't, Control Student Athletes'
Speech on Social Media
Frank D. LoMonte       .......................................................... 1
Should Courts Do Behavioral Analysis of Boardroom Conduct?
Dale A. Oesterle     ........................................................... 51
Journalists, Social Media and Copyright: Demystifying Fair Use in the Emergent Digital
Environment
Patricia  Aufderheide  ................................................................  59
Policing the Social Media Water Cooler: Recent NLRB Decisions Should Make Employers
Think Twice Before Terminating An Employee For Comments Posted On Social Media Sites
Eric Raphan & Sean Kirby.............................  ......................75
NOTES & COMMENTS
Speculative Tech: The Bitcoin Legal Quagmire & the Need for Legal Innovation
Paul H. Farmer, Jr .........................................................85
MySpace, Inc. v. GraphOn Corp.: Ignoring the Basic Premise that 1o1 Must Come Before
102 and 103
Emmanuel A. Fishelman  .............................................................107
Maryland's Social Networking Law: No Friend to Employers and Employees
Alexander Borman       ........................................................ 127

Vol. 9 No. 1 2014

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