Are We In For a “Cloudy” Day When It Comes To Data Privacy?

Are We In For a “Cloudy” Day When It Comes To Data Privacy?

By Gianna Korpita The CLOUD Act As part of the President’s $1.3 trillion government spending bill, the Clarifying Overseas Use of Data (CLOUD) Act expands the reach and accessibility to people’s data across international borders. Recently approved in both the House...
The Awkward Conversation

The Awkward Conversation

By Kristen Walsh Affirmative consent is the concept of giving verbal permission clearly and often during intimate encounters. For years, colleges across the country have been made fun of for using this policy. Recently, apps have been developed to take aim in...
Crime Predicting Software Falls Short

Crime Predicting Software Falls Short

By Kristen Walsh In 2013, a Wisconsin man plead guilty to attempting to flee an officer and no contest to operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent. Neither crime mandates prison time; however, he was sentenced to six years in prison. At sentencing, the judge...
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