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Technology and the Law
Examining the intersection of technology and the law, particularly focusing on the legal implications of technological developments.
Data security technologies, like those used on both Apple and Samsung cell phones, continue to provide consumers with features aimed at increasing their data security. Apple says iPhone users unlock their phones an average 80 times a day. Samsung’s newest device allows users to unlock their ...[Continue Reading]
Cutting-edge vehicles like the popular Tesla Model S come equipped with autonomous driving features granting them the ability to control themselves. Artificial intelligence enables the car to manage speed, direction, and adapt to traffic patterns—eliminating the need for a human driver. ...[Continue Reading]
Sticks and stones might break my bones, but words will never break me—but can they?
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA (Sept. 18, 2018) — The Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law Intellectual Property Law Society and the Triangle Intellectual Property Law Association will host an intellectual property law symposium, “AI and Patents: Promises and ...[Continue Reading]
In 2004 the United States Secret Service concludedthat attackers “varied considerably in demographic, background, and other characteristics” and was unable to develop a profile of a “school shooter.” The Secret Service did find that school shooters shared certain characteristics. ...[Continue Reading]
With the advent of new technology, the traditional plastic driver’s license could become a relic of the past. ...[Continue Reading]
The most surprising aspect of inventive billionaire Elon Musk’s companies Space X and Tesla may not be NASA-backed rockets, or self-driving cars, but rather, their stance on sharing such technology with the public. ...[Continue Reading]
The privacy policies of popular ancestry-tracing companies have come into question following research into how participants’ DNA information may be unknowingly stored and shared with third parties. ...[Continue Reading]
As data-based software becomes increasingly popular in both the streets and the courtroom, some have raised concerns that such software will soon replace common sense and even perhaps, due process. ...[Continue Reading]
As technological advances push facial recognition technology into everyday life, the law strains to protect consumer privacy interests. ...[Continue Reading]
Representatives from Facebook, Twitter, and Google testified before the House Intelligence Committee after it was confirmed that certain political advertisements were purchased by Russian agents. ...[Continue Reading]
Music streaming service Spotify is back in the spotlight after more allegations of copyright infringement regarding the illegal use of thousands of unlicensed musical compositions. ...[Continue Reading]
After relentlessly calling people on the “Do Not Call List,” Dish Network is being forced to pay $280 million to the U.S. Government and several states, including North Carolina, for its telemarketing tactics. ...[Continue Reading]
The “warrant rule” of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure was recently changed to make it easier to investigate online criminal activity, but some believe the change comes at the price of constitutional rights. ...[Continue Reading]
As an intense malware virus has continued to wreak havoc on computer systems internationally, concerns have been raised as to the protection of client files within various organizations. ...[Continue Reading]