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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 online review company Yelp has recently faced a number of court cases over unfair business practices. ...[Continue Reading]
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has revamped the company’s insurance policy in an attempt to close controversial “insurance gaps” created by the service. ...[Continue Reading]
Technology that provides employees an easier means of workplace communication may increase the number of harassment claims. ...[Continue Reading]
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]