15 Vand. J. Ent. & Tech. L. [i] (2012-2013)

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             VANDERBILT JOURNAL OF

 ENTERTAINMENT AND TECHNOLOGY LAW




VOLUME 15                     FALL 2012                      NUMBER 1


                             ARTICLES


PATENTS 101: PATENTABLE SUBJECT MATTER
AND SEPARATION OF POWERS...................Max Stul Oppenheimer              1

BEHAVIORAL ADVERTISING: FROM ONE-SIDED
CHICKEN TO INFORMATIONAL NORMS        .....Richard Warner and Robert H. Sloan  49



                               NOTES


INTERCEPTING LICENSING RIGHTS: WHY COLLEGE
ATrHLE~TES NEED A FEDERAL RIGHT OF PUBLICIY..............Talor Bearrman     85

TO CATCH A LAWSUIT: CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLES
AT WORK IN THE INVESTIGATIVE-JOURNALISM GENRE........Michael F. Dearington  117

TROLLING FOR STANDARDS: HOW COURTS AND THE
ADMINISTRATIVE STATE CAN HELP DETER PATENT
HOLDUP AND PROMOTE INNOVATION........................Niels J. Melius       161

HACKING FOR LULZ: EMPLOYING EXPERT HACKERS
TO COMBAT CYBER TERRORISM...................Swathi Padmanabhan             191

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