Pittsburgh Journal of Technology Law and Policy

The Pittsburgh Journal of Technology Law & Policy  (JTLP) is a student produced journal of contemporary legal topics involving technology of all kinds. The Journal publishes two issues per year, one in the fall and one in the spring, and welcomes submissions of manuscripts from legal scholars, practicing attorneys and anyone who is interested in submitting appealing, technology related material. In addition, submissions on topics linked specifically to the Western District of Pennsylvania are of particular interest to the Journal and are very well-regarded.

 

Join Us on Facebook!

University of Pittsburgh School of Law



Vol 14, No 1 (2013)

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Fall 2013 Table of Contents and Publication Information PDF
  i-iv

Articles

Internet Control or Internet Censorship? Comparing the Control Models of China, Singapore, and the United States to Guide Taiwan’s Choice PDF
Jeffrey (Chien-Fei) Li 1-43
Give Me Your PASSWORD because Congress Can Say So: An Analysis of Fifth Amendment Protection Afforded Individuals Regarding Compelled Production of Encrypted Data and Possible Solutions to the Problem of Getting Data from Someone’s Mind PDF
Michael Wachtel 44-87

Staff Article Series

Introduction: Law, Technology, and Energy in Pittsburgh PDF
Jeffrey Roberts, Matthew Brouse 88-94
Fighting the Good Fight: Why the So-Called “War on Coal” is Beneficial for Pittsburgh’s Future PDF
James Lee 95-113
From Gray to Green-Using Algal Biofuels to Change the Energy Landscape of Southwestern Pennsylvania PDF
Rebecca Hammond 114-127
Crossing the Line: Selective Licensing of Liquefied Natural Gas Exportation Facilities is Unconstitutional PDF
Rebecca Kennedy 128-141
GasFrac: A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Hydraulic Fracturing with Liquified Petroleum Gas Gel PDF
B. Tyler Wilson 142-157


Technology Law Logo