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VOL. XXVII • • NO. 2

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TORT LIABILITY FOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS: A LAW & ECONOMICS PERSPECTIVE

T. Randolph Beard, PhD, George S. Ford, PhD, Thomas M. Koutsky, Esq., Lawrence J. Spiwak, Esq.

YES, I DESTROYED THE EVIDENCE SUE ME? INTENTIONAL SPOLIATION OF EVIDENCE IN ILLINIOIS

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EXTENDING THE EXCLUSIONARY RULE: ENFORCING DATA QUALITY IN NATIONAL SECURITY DATABASES AND WATCH LISTS

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THE COMPUTER FRAUD AND ABUSE ACT: REASSESSING THE DAMAGE REQUIREMENT

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