The Georgia Journal of Technology Law

The Georgia Journal of Technology Law, is an online journal maintained by the Technology Law Section featuring commentaries on the law and related subjects of interest to members of the State Bar of Georgia. It is accessible at The section thanks the many contributors to the Journal over the past year, who are noted below. Article submissions and inquiries are welcome, and may be directed to Stephen Hardy, editor, at
Published in the 2011 Journal: False Patent Marking Litigation: What Every Company Needs To Know (by Natasha H. Moffitt and Suzanne Johnson) The Georgia Court of Appeals’ Message on Text Messages: Examining Hawkins v. State and Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones in Cars Incident to Arrest (by Timothy H. Lee) Previously Published in the 2010 Journal: Patent Strategies For Start-Up Technology Companies (by Gregory Kirsch) Georgia Renewable Energy Policy Memo (by Lee Peterson) The Legal Issues Are Somewhat Cloudy in the Cloud: A Primer for Lawyers on Cloud Computing (by Roy E. Hadley, Jr. and John L. Watkins) Trends in Outsourcing Emerging From the Great Recession (by  Diana J.P. McKenzie and Matthew C. Henderson) Georgia Referendum On Restrictive Covenants In Employment Agreements (by Mari L. Myer) Employees' Online Endorsements Can Result In Employer Liability (by Chuck Rice) "Lex Nokia" and Confidentiality In Electronic Communications In Finland (by Eija Warma)