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Northwestern University Law Review : Issues : Volume 104, Issue 2

Volume 104, Issue 2

  SYMPOSIUM: MATURING INTERNET STUDIES
  Foreword: Maturing Internet Studies [citation]   Gautam Huded &
Kevin F. King
427-430
  YouTube, UGC, and Digital Music: Competing Business and Cultural Models in the Internet Age [citation]   Olufunmilayo B. Arewa 431-476
  Mapping Online Privacy [citation]   Jacqueline D. Lipton 477-516
  Reevaluating Stamm's Theory of Newspapers and Communities in a New Media Environment: Toward a New Theory Based on Identity and Interdependence [citation]   Rachel Davis Mersey 517-536
  Solving the Circular Conundrum: Communication and Coordination in Internet Markets [citation]   Daniel F. Spulber 537-592
  User Information Regimes: How Social Media Shape Patterns of Consumption [citation]   James G. Webster 593-612
  Castle in the Air: A Domain Name System for Spectrum [citation]   Kevin Werbach 613-640
  Product Life Cycle Theory and the Maturation of the Internet [citation]   Christopher S. Yoo 641-670
         
  COMMENTS      
  Know When to Hold 'em, Know When to Fold 'em: The Collapse of the Auction Rate Securities Market and the Problem of Standing for Securities Holders Under Rule 10b-5 [citation]   Doug Winnard 671-704
  The Most Dangerous Blot in our Constitution: Retiring the Flawed Electoral College "Contingent Procedure" [citation]   Rami Fakhouri 705-740
  Weighty Considerations: Facial Challenges and the Right to Vote [citation]   Nihal S. Patel 741-774
         
  COLLOQUY REVIEW ESSAYS      
  The Intersection of Constitutional Law and Civil Procedure: Review of Wholesale Justice: Constitutional Democracy and the Problem of the Class Action Lawsuit (Part I) [citation]   Douglas G. Smith 775-786
  The Intersection of Constitutional Law and Civil Procedure: Review of Wholesale Justice: Constitutional Democracy and the Problem of the Class Action Lawsuit (Part II) [citation]   Douglas G. Smith 787-798