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The newly appointed Penn State professor sees a lot of room for questions in the evolving cyber law landscape, but so far there are few answers.
As a law student, Anne Toomey McKenna worked as a research assistant for a professor who happened to be working on a treatise on wiretapping. McKenna thought she was headed for a career as a civil litigator and took the opportunity as kind of a one-off thought exercise, something that was unlikely to shape much of her career.
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