The Business of Brokering Your Data

The Business of Brokering Your Data

By Sam DeLong In April of 2017, President Trump signed an executive measure concerning new online privacy rules. The order aimed to repeal and fill gaps left by the Obama Administration’s former FCC Internet privacy effort created in the fall of 2016. However,...
Protecting Client Information When Traveling Internationally

Protecting Client Information When Traveling Internationally

By Michael Filbin As technology continues to evolve and become an integral part of our everyday lives, issues regarding the Fourth Amendment and search and seizure laws are becoming increasingly apparent. While the United States in general eagerly awaits guidance and...
Should We Trust the News Reported on Social Media?

Should We Trust the News Reported on Social Media?

By Meghan Huggan In the hours after tragedy, it is crucial that accurate facts of the events are announced to the public. In the early morning hours after the October 2017 Las Vegas shooting, fake news of the attacker and his motives began to circle through the...
From Love Letters to Explicit Photos: The Movement of Sexting

From Love Letters to Explicit Photos: The Movement of Sexting

By Julia Gonsalves Child pornography is a subject that shakes people to their core. The people who possess and watch the material have the label of pedophile constantly surrounding them. But what if a teenager was convicted of possessing child pornography after...
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