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Mobile Mayhem: Designing an E-Commerce Regime to Regulate Dangerous Behavior in Mobile Environments Joshua Fairfield Associate Professor of Law, Washington and Lee University School of Law Director, Frances Lewis Law Center Professor Robin Fretwell Wilson Washington and Lee University School of Law © 2010

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  • 1. Mobile Mayhem:
    Designing an E-Commerce Regime to Regulate Dangerous Behavior in Mobile Environments
    Joshua Fairfield
    • Associate Professor of Law, Washington and Lee University School of Law
  • 2. Director, Frances Lewis Law Center

3. Professor Robin Fretwell Wilson
Washington and Lee University School of Law
2010
4. RoadMap
Mobile Mayhem: What Can the Net Teach Us About the Future of Mobile Environments?
Failures of Real-World Enforcement Regimes in Novel Contexts
Incentives: Workable Alternatives to Enforcement
5. Mobile Mayhem: Mutating Issues
Measured in terms of depravity, insularity and traffic-driven turnover, the culture of /b/ has little precedent. /b/ reads like the inside of a high-school bathroom stall, or an obscene telephone party line, or a blog with no posts and all comments filled with slang that you are too old to understand.
Matthias Schwartz, The Trolls Among Us, inThe New York Times, 2008
Marginal Conduct Appeared on the Internet Immediately
6. Mobile Mayhem: Mutating Issues

  • Virtual Worlds made this Marginal Conduct

7. more graphic 8. more real, and 9. more accessible to Children

  • Virtual Worlds Accept/Target Children via Gaming Model

10. and provide parent-free venue for kids to bully/speak explicitly to each other 11. Mobile Environments offer LESS supervision and GREATER variety