On Wednesday, March 8th, 2006, the Loyola Law Review presented a Student Symposium entitled "Is New Technology Changing Our Understanding of the First Amendment?" The symposium was moderated by Professor Karl Manheim, as five Loyola Law School Students presented their articles.

Video of Student Symposium: Is New Technology Changing Our Understanding of the First Amendment?

Papers
2006
Wednesday, March 8th
12:00 PM

Cell Phones and the First Amendment in Flight: Can the FCC and FAA Maintain the Ban?

Chris Dengler, Loyola Law School - Los Angeles

12:00 PM

Crossing Over Into the Twilight Zone: The Case for First Amendment Zoning of the Internet

Patty Chan, Loyola Law School - Los Angeles

12:00 PM

Death of the Digital Pamphleteers: The Possible Threat to Anonymous Political Blogs

Loring Rose, Loyola Law School - Los Angeles

12:00 PM

Personal Data Speech: Toward a New Approach in the Commercial Speech Doctrine for Data Privacy Regulations

David Chan, Loyola Law School - Los Angeles

12:00 PM

The Re-birth of the Broadcast Flag: Why Congress Should Protect Consumer Rights Before Expanding the Federal Communications Commision's Jurisdiction

Oren Bitan, Loyola Law School - Los Angeles

12:00 PM