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Journal Articles

  1. Bellia, Patricia L. "Defending Cyberproperty." New York University Law Review 79 (2004): 2164-273. Print.
  2. Chintapalli, Satish. "MDY Industries v. Blizzard Entertainment: Preventing the Use of Software Robots in an Online Game with Copyright Law." North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology Online Edition 10 (2008): 1-16. Web. Feb. 25 2012. <http://www.ncjolt.org/sites/default/files/Chintapalli_Sathish.pdf>.
  3. Ford, Richard T. "Save the Robots: Cyber Profiling and Your So-Called Life." Stanford Law Review 52 (2000): 1573-84. Print.
  4. Galbraith, Christine D. "Access Denied: Improper Use of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to Control Information on Publicly Accessible Internet Websites." Maryland Law Review 63 (2004): 320-68. Print.
  5. Keck, Richard, and Damon Goode. "Of Misappropriated Manure Heaps, Rude Robots and Broken Promises: The (D)Evolving Law of Database Protection." Business Lawyer 57 (2001): 513-40. Print.
  6. Kerr, Ian, and Val Steeves. "Virtual Playgrounds and Buddybots: A Data-Minefield for Tinys and Tweenies." Canadian Journal of Law & Technology 4 (2005): 91-105. Print.
  7. Kramer, David, and Jay Monahan. "Panel Discussion, to Bot or Not to Bot: The Implications of Spidering." Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal 22 (2000): 241-63. Print.
  8. Merrella, R. Clifton. "Trespass to Chattels in the Age of the Internet." Washington University Law Quarterly 80 (2002): 675-703. Print.
  9. Rosenfeld, Jeffrey M. "Spiders and Crawlers and Bots, Oh My: The Economic Efficiency and Public Policy of Online Contracts That Restrict Data Collection." Stanford Technology Law Review (2002): n. pag. Web. 25 Feb. 2012.
  10. Short, Jonathan M.H. "An Economic Analysis of the Law Surrounding Data Aggregation in Cyberspace." Maine Law Review 56 (2003): 61-100. Print.
  11. Siebecker, Michael R. "Cookies and the Common Law: Are Internet Advertisers Trespassing on Our Computers?" Southern California Law Review 76 (2003): 893-952. Print.
  12. Tonsing, Mike. "A Tale of Two Cyberian Robots." Federal Lawyer 48 (2001): 12-16. Print.

Conference Proceedings

  1. Chopra, Samir, and Laurence White. “Privacy and Artificial Agents, or, Is Google Reading My Email?” Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence. AAAI Press/International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence, 2007. Print.

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