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Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Gov 2.0 Expo 2010: Danah Boyd, "Connecting with Communities" Megan's Law

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The Illegal Process: Basic Problems in the Making and Application of Censorship A Response to Derek E. Bambauer, Orwell’s Armchair, 79 U Chi L Rev 863 (2012) James Grimmelmann

The Illegal Process: Basic Problems in the Making and Application of Censorship A Response to Derek E. Bambauer, Orwell’s Armchair, 79 U Chi L Rev 863 (2012) James Grimmelmann

Orwell's Armchair by Derek E. Bambauer

Orwell's Armchair by Derek E. Bambauer

A Confusing Interaction Between the Warrants Clause, Child Pornography, andChild Molestation: Determining Whether Evidence of Child Molestation Creates Probable Cause to Search for Child Pornography by, M. Jackson Jones

A Confusing Interaction Between the Warrants Clause, Child Pornography, andChild Molestation: Determining Whether Evidence of Child Molestation Creates Probable Cause to Search for Child Pornography by M. Jackson Jones

IMAGES OF ABUSE A review of the evidence on child pornography Summary of research and findings by Emma Renold and Susan J. Creighton with Chris Atkinson and John Carr

IMAGES OF ABUSE A review of the evidence on child pornography Summary of research and findings by Emma Renold and Susan J. Creighton with Chris Atkinson and John Carr

Cyber-pedocriminality:Characteristics of a sample of internet child pornography offenders by Gerard Niveau

Cyber-pedocriminality:Characteristics of a sample of internet child pornography offenders by Gerard Niveau

Childhood Sexuality: Discerning Healthy From Abnormal Sexnal Behaviors by Page L.Thanaiu

Childhood Sexuality: Discerning Healthy From Abnormal Sexnal Behaviors by Page L.Thanaiu

Whose Candy Are We Really Taking? An Exploration of the Candyman Cases and the Divide Within the Second Circuit by Lauren E. Curry

Whose Candy Are We Really Taking? An Exploration of the Candyman Cases and the Divide Within the Second Circuit by Lauren E. Curry