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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.
The popular fitness and activity tracker has come under fire in a recent class action lawsuit. ...[Continue Reading]
While the problem of texting and driving continues to plague our country, law enforcement officials struggle to keep up with the ever-changing technology and enforce texting and driving laws. ...[Continue Reading]
The nation’s largest bar prep course is falling short of its duties under the Americans with Disabilities Act. ...[Continue Reading]
In the midst of forever advancing technology, can applications such as Snapchat be held liable for wrecks caused as a result of distracted drivers’ usage? ...[Continue Reading]
Joining a pending class action for employee misclassification, another lawsuit is filed against Uber for alleged price fixing violating antitrust laws. ...[Continue Reading]
After the release of over 11 million confidential documents, several world leaders and well-known organizations are having their financial practices closely scrutinized. ...[Continue Reading]
The issue of whether Apple must provide the FBI with software needed to obtain data from the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino attackers has entered the court system. ...[Continue Reading]
The Department of Corrections (DOC) in Washington State has come under fire after a computer glitch in its system led to the early release of more than 3,000 inmates in the state since 2002. The Department has been aware of the glitch since 2012. ...[Continue Reading]
The European Union has decided not to apply a value-added tax to the exchange of virtual currencies. Will this ruling affect how the IRS treats virtual currencies? ...[Continue Reading]
The United States Department of Justice's announces that it will begin requiring federal agents to obtain a warrant before using cell-site simulator. ...[Continue Reading]
In an ongoing class action lawsuit, Uber drivers challenge the line between employee and independent contractor. ...[Continue Reading]
If the House of Lords votes in favor of the law, the UK will be the first country to allow the creation of a “three-parent baby.” ...[Continue Reading]
A Washington State University Professor is attempting to develop the marijuana equivalent of a breathalyzer which may substantially aid law enforcement in DWI stops. ...[Continue Reading]
Social media has created new opportunities for libel, harassment, and even serious crimes. ...[Continue Reading]
Doxing is the practice of compiling someone’s information from the internet and releasing it to cause harm. In most cases, it is (almost) perfectly legal. ...[Continue Reading]