31 Pace L. Rev. [i] (2011)

handle is hein.journals/pace31 and id is 1 raw text is: PACE LAW REVIEW

Volume 31               Winter 2011              Number 1
SOCIAL NETWORKING AND THE LAW
ARTICLES
SOCIAL NETWORKING AND WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW
AT THE CROSSROADS
Jaclyn S. Millner & Gregory M. Duhl  1
SOCIAL NETWORKING AND LAND USE PLANNING AND
REGULATION: PRACTICAL BENEFITS, PITFALLS, AND
ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Patricia E. Salkin  54
YouR MAYOR, YOUR FRIEND: PUBLIC OFFICIALS, SOCIAL
NETWORKING, AND THE UNMAPPED NEW PUBLIC
SQUARE
Bill Sherman  95
YOU ALREADY HAVE ZERO PRIVACY. GET OVER IT!
WOULD WARREN AND BRANDEIS ARGUE FOR PRIVACY
FOR SOCIAL NETWORKING?
Connie Davis Powell 146
FACEBOOK FATALITIES: STUDENTS, SOCIAL NETWORKING,
AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT
Thomas Wheeler 182
SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE VANISHING POINTS OF ETHICAL
AND CONSTITUTIONAL BOUNDARIES
Ken Strutin 228
FROM FACEBOOK TO MUG SHOT: HOW THE DEARTH OF
SOCIAL NETWORKING PRIVACY RIGHTS
REVOLUTIONIZED ONLINE GOVERNMENT
SURVEILLANCE
Junichi P. Semitsu 291

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