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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.
Many celebrities recently experienced the limitations of cybersecurity firsthand when their personal accounts were hacked and photographs disseminated throughout the internet. ...[Continue Reading]
Internet service providers are looking to expand next-generation broadband, but they could kill the Internet in the process. ...[Continue Reading]
A new bill signed into law by President Obama will allow cell phone users to keep their phones if they decide to switch service providers. ...[Continue Reading]
Aereo used cloud computing to change the way we watch TV, but the Supreme Court has held that its transmissions violated copyright law. ...[Continue Reading]
The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals held that obtaining a criminal defendant’s cell phone location data without a warrant violated the defendant’s Fourth Amendment privacy rights. ...[Continue Reading]
Rapid technological growth makes it difficult for consumers and casual internet users to properly protect their personal information. ...[Continue Reading]
Computer hacking has become a powerful tool for world powers, though it is becoming unclear whether or not hacking is harming some of our basic liberties. ...[Continue Reading]
“Hacking” is a drain on the United States’ economy in large part because of how much we value intellectual property. This value is not always shared by our economic competitors. ...[Continue Reading]
To reduce the number of “backing up” accidents, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration will require all cars to be equipped with backup cameras by 2018. ...[Continue Reading]
A case pending before the United States Supreme Court might finally answer the question of when a threatening online message becomes a prosecutable offense. ...[Continue Reading]
FCC Commissioner Tom Wheeler has proposed a new set of rules to protect the free and open internet. ...[Continue Reading]
Retailers have begun using signals from cell phones to track individuals’ movements within their stores. ...[Continue Reading]