Congratulations to the editors and staff of the Georgetown Law Technology Review, which released the first issue of its second volume today!
The issue contains a wealth of articles on tech law and policy-related matters, ranging from an article by Alice Armitage, Andrew K. Cordova, and Rebecca Siegel on "Design Thinking: The Answer to the Impasse Between Innovation and Regulation" to case comments on U.S. v. Ackerman, Samsung v. Apple, and Packham v. North Carolina, to legal news pieces covering developments in trade secrets law, COPPA and connected toys, and developments under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
The issue also contains the GLTR's signature "tech explainers", short pieces designed to explain important technologies in an accessible way for lawyers, judges and policymakers. Recent technologies covered include hacking, multifactor authentication, VPNs, social media algorithms, and how machine learning and social media are being used in the field of mental health.
Whileformal issues are released twice a year, GLTR puts out a steady stream of tech explainers, case commentaries and legal news. For updates, follow them on Twitter at @GLTReview.