The Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal now offers its issues in convenient and modern ebook formats for e-reader devices, apps, pads, smartphones, and computers.
This second issue of Volume 40, 2014, features new articles and student contributions on topics related to: using tech to enhance pro bono work, using tech in the law classroom, BitTorrent copyright trolling, taxation of e-commerce and internet sales, and cyber insurance and tangible property.
The issue also includes the annual, extensive Bibliography -- in grouped order with a useful, linked Index -- of articles and essays in the academic journals related to technology, computers, the internet, and the law.
In the new ebook edition, quality presentation includes active TOC, linked notes, active URLs in notes, proper digital and Bluebook formatting, and inclusion of images and tables from the original print edition.
The Journal is edited and produced by students at Rutgers University School of Law - Newark and features contributions by leading scholars and professionals in the field. Founded in 1969, the Journal is the oldest computer law periodical in the academic world. Since its inception, the Journal has maintained a tradition of excellence, and has designed each publication issue to foster critical discourse on the technological breakthroughs impacting the legal landscape.