塞博谈 | 2017年美国法律与技术论文刊目

 

统计范围是美国15所法学院的“院刊”以及5种专门讨论法律与技术问题的期刊,即:Yale Law Journal、Stanford Law Review、Harvard Law Review、The University of Chicago Law Review、Columbia Law Review、NYU Law Review、University of Pennsylvania Law Review、 Michigan Law Review、 Virginia Law Review、Duke Law Journal、 Northwestern University Law Review、California Law Review、 Cornell Law Review、Texas Law Review、Georgetown Law Journal,以及Yale Journal of Law and Technology、 Berkeley Technology Law Journal、 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology、Stanford Technology Law Review、Journal of Law and Economics。请谅解我们肯定存在的疏漏。

 

一、隐私、信息与侵权

  1. Neil Richards, Woodrow Hartzog, “Privacy’s Trust Gap: A Review”,126 Yale Law Journal 2017:(1180).
  2. Beatrice Walton, “Duties Owed: Low-Intensity Cyber Attacks and Liability for Transboundary Torts in International Law”,126 Yale Law Journal 2017:(1242).
  3. 3.Eric Johnson, “Lost in the Cloud”,69 Stanford Law Review 2017:(867).
  4. “If These Walls Could Talk: The Smart Home and the Fourth Amendment Limits of the Third Party Doctrine”,130 Harvard Law Review 2017:(1924).
  5. Stacy-Ann Elvy, “Paying for Privacy and The Personal Data Economy”,117 Columbia Law Review 2017:(1369).
  6. Ifeoma Ajunwa,Kate Crawford, Jason Schultz,“Limitless Worker Surveillance”,105 California Law Review 2017:(735).
  7. Erin C. Carroll,“Making News:Balancing Newsworthiness and Privacy in the Age of Algorithms”,106 Georgetown Law Journal 2017:(69).
  8. Erin C. Carroll,“Making News:Balancing Newsworthiness and Privacy in the Age of Algorithms”,106 Georgetown Law Journal 2017:(69).
  9. Brian Mund,“Social Media Searches and the Reasonable Expectation of Privacy”,19 Yale Journal of Law and Technology 2017:(238).
  10. Pamela Samuelson,“Functionality and Expression in Computer Programs: Refining the Tests for Software Copyright Infringement”,31 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 2017:(1215).
  11. Ham, Cindy D. “How Lambis and CSLI Litigation Mandate Warrants for Cell-Site Simulator Usage in New York.” Wash. UL Rev. 95 2017:( 509).

 

 

二、AI、算法和机器人

  1. Andrea Roth, “Machine Testimony”,126 Yale Law Journal 2017:(1972).
  2. Megan Ji, “Are Robots Good Fiduciaries? Regulating Robo-Advisors under The Investment Advisers Act of 1940”,117 Columbia Law Review 2017:(1543).
  3. Jshua A. Krill, Joanna Huey, Solon Barocas, Edward W. Felten, Joel R. Reidenberg, David G. Robinson& Harlan Yu, “Accountable Algorithms”,165 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 2017:(633).
  4. Robert Yu, “The Machine Author: What Level of Copyright Protection Is Appropriate for Fully Independent Computer‐Generated Works?”,165 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 2017:(1245).
  5. Pauline T. Kim, “Auditing Algorithms for Discrimination”,166 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 2017:(189).
  6. Anupam Chander, “The Racist Algorithm?”,115 Michigan Law Review 2017:(1023).
  7. John Lightbourne, “Algorithms & Fiduciaries: Existing and Proposed Regulatory Approaches to Artificially Intelligent Financial Planners”,67 Duke Law Journal 2017:(651).
  8. Bryan Casey, “Amoral Machines, or: How Roboticists Can Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the Law”,111 Northwestern University Law Review 2017:(1347).
  9. Christian Chessman, “A “Source” of Error: Computer Code, Criminal Defendants, and the Constitution”,105 California Law Review 2017:(179).
  10. Rory Van Loo, “Rise of the Digital Regulator”,66 Duke Law Journal 2017:(1267).
  11. John Yoo, “Embracing the Machines: Rationalist War and New Weapons Technologies”,105 California Law Review 2017:(443).
  12. Weston Kowert, “The Foreseeability of Human–Artificial Intelligence Interactions”,96 Texas Law Review 2017:(181).
  13. Ignatius Michael Ingles, “Regulating Religious Robots”,105 Georgetown Law Journal 2017:(507).
  14. Cary Coglianese ,David Lehr, “Regulating by Robot”,105 Georgetown Law Journal 2017:(1147).
  15. B. Bodo, et al,“Tackling the Algorithmic Control Crisis—the Technical, Legal, and Ethical Challenges of Research into Algorithmic Agents”,19 Yale Journal of Law and Technology 2017:(133).
  16. Michal S. Gal , Niva Elkin-Koren, “Algorithmic Consumers ”,30 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 2017:(309).

 

三、网络治理及其他

  1. Sonia K. Katyal, “Technoheritage”,105 California Law Review 2017:(1111).
  2. Kristen E. Eichensehr, “Public-Private Cybersecurity”,95 Texas Law Review 2017:(467).
  3. Rebecca Ingber , “Interpretation Catalysts in Cyberspace”,95 Texas Law Review 2017:(1531).
  4. Christopher S. Yoo, “Wireless Network Neutrality: Technological Challenges and Policy Implications”,31 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 2017:(1409).
  5. Mary Anne Franks,“Democratic Surveillance ”,30 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 2017:(425).
  6. Crystal Nwaneri,“Ready Lawyer One: Legal Issues in the Innovation of Virtual Reality ”,30 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 2017:(601).
  7. Michael N. Schmitt,Liis Vihul ,“Respect for Sovereignty in Cyberspace” ,95 Texas Law Review 2017:(1639).
  8. Christian Schaller,“Beyond Self-Defense and Countermeasures”, 95 Texas Law Review 2017:(1619).
  9. Dinah PoKempner,“Squinting Through the Pinhole”, 95 Texas Law Review 2017:(1600).
  10. .Jens David Ohlin,“Did Russian Cyber Interference in the 2016 Election Violate International Law?”, 95 Texas Law Review 2017:(1579).
  11. Eric Talbot Jensen,Sean Watts,“A Cyber Duty of Due Diligence”, 95 Texas Law Review 2017:(1555).
  12. Robert E. Barnsby,Shane R. Reeves ,“Give Them an Inch, They’ll Take a Terabyte”, 95 Texas Law Review 2017:(1515).
  13. William Banks V ,“State Responsibility and Attribution of Cyber Intrusions After Tallinn 2.0”, 95 Texas Law Review 2017:(1487).
  14. Jeremy M. Sklaroff, “Smart Contracts and the Cost of Inflexibility”,166 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 2017:(263).
  15. Kevin Werbach , Nicolas Cornell, “Contracts Ex Machina”,67 Duke Law Journal 2017:(313).

(上海大学法学院本科生王亚鸥整理)

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