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WHEN LEGISLATURES BECOME THE ALLY OF ACADEMIC FREEDOM: THE FIRST STATE INTELLECTUAL DIVERSITY STATUTE AND ITS EFFECT ON ACADEMIC FREEDOM

– Patrick M. Garry – Abstract: In reaction to events suggesting a free speech problem on its state university campuses, the South Dakota Legislature recently passed an Intellectual Diversity Act applicable to public universities in the state. The Act coincided with President Trump’s executive order conditioning federal funding on free...

WHEN “THINGS” GO WRONG: REDEFINING LIABILITY FOR THE INTERNET OF MEDICAL THINGS

– Bethany A. Corbin – Abstract: The Internet of Medical Things (“IoMT”) is set to revolutionize the health care industry. Evolving at a rapid and unprecedented pace, IoMT is transforming the notion of value-based care by significantly improving health care efficiency, convenience, and patient comfort. The IoMT ecosystem, however, is...