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#PasswordProtection: Uncovering the Inefficiencies of, and Not So-Urgent Need for, State Password-Protection Legislation

“Buzzworthy,” “BYOD” (bring your own device), and “selfie” have been added to the free Oxford Dictionaries Online after each word has worked its way into common usage or even into the respected print Oxford Dictionary.  “Friend” is no longer a mere noun or synonym for...

Erasing Gender Privilege in Nonconsensual Procreation: An Argument for an Equitable Change to the Law Regarding the Unauthorized Use of Sperm

Sperm stealing—also known as the unauthorized use of sperm—comes in several forms, which fall in three categories: sperm stashing, nonconsensual sexual intercourse, and the improper use of artificial reproductive technology (ART).  Sperm stashing usually occurs...

Naturally Misleading: FDA’s Unwillingness To Define “Natural” and the Quest for GMO Transparency Through State Mandatory Labeling Initiatives

Consumers across the country cannot help but notice that the natural food industry has caught onto their preferences for “all natural” food.  Natural food has developed into a thirty-seven billion dollar per year industry in response to consumers’ attraction to “all...