Interesting Cyberlaw Papers: Fall 2011

“Antitrust and Social Networking” by Spencer Weber Waller, Loyola University Chicago School of Law forthcoming in the North Carolina Law Review (2012).

“Search Neutrality as an Antitrust Principle” by Daniel A. Crane, University of Michigan Law School.

“Cyber Attacks and the Laws of War” by Michael Gervais, Yale Law School.

“The Future of Cybertravel: Legal Implications of the Evasion of Geolocation” by Marketa Trimble, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law, Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal, Vol. 22, 2012.

“Six Provocations for Big Data” by Kate Crawford, University of New South Wales, and Danah Boyd, Microsoft Research, New York University, University of New South Wales, and Harvard University (Berkman Center for Internet & Society).

Updated November 25, 2011:

The AT&T/Verizon Wireless Duopoly Law professor Susan Crawford on the mobile carrier duopoly that will remain even if the AT&T/T-Mobile acquisition is blocked.

More on the Proposed Merger: Law professor Mark Lemley on the importance of fringe competition: If AT&T Marries T-Mobile, All of Us Will Lose.”

Status update: AT&T and T-Mobile merger: Not dead yet (CNN: November 25, 2011)