14 Vand. J. Ent. & Tech. L. [i] (2011-2012)

handle is hein.journals/vanep14 and id is 1 raw text is: VANDERBILT JOURNAL OF
ENTERTAINMENT AND TECHNOLOGY LAW
VOLUME 14    FALL 2011   NUMBER 1

ARTICLES
CUT IN TINY PIECES: ENSURING THAT FRAGMENTED
OWNERSHIP DOES NOT CHILL CREATIVITY  ..........................Henry H. Perritt, Jr.  1
PATENTS AS ESCALATORS   ..................................... ......Amelia S. Rinehart  81
NOTES
WHAT'S IN A NAME?: PREDICTABLY REGULATING
CYBERFRAUD TO PROTECT THE DEMOCRATIC
POLITICAL PROCESS     ................................................Whitney C. Boshers  127
ALONG FOR THE RIDE:
GPS AND THE FOURTH AMENDMENT   ...................................Stephen A. Josey  161
EDIBLE PLAGIARISM: RECONSIDERING RECIPE
COPYRIGHT IN THE DIGITAL AGE  ..................................Meredith G. Lawrence  187
SILENCE OF THE SPAM: IMPROVING THE CAN-SPAM
ACT BY INCLUDING AN EXPANDED PRIVATE
CAUSE OF ACTION................................................. David J. Rutenberg  225

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