Amazon, Arbitration, and Customer Vindication

Amazon, Arbitration, and Customer Vindication

By Rachel Erani Amazon Prime has become a fixture in modern society. Two-day shipping on virtually any item, online video, and music streaming, and unlimited photo storage appeal to customers in all walks of life. Like many other consumer businesses, the online...
I’m Still Jenny from the Block

I’m Still Jenny from the Block

By Alexandra Conn Even if you aren’t a person who keeps up with the tech world, you may have nevertheless heard rumblings surrounding a certain thing called “Blockchain.” The blockchain is the name of the technology that is being used to decentralize various...
Big Tech’s Data Collection and Your Privacy Rights.

Big Tech’s Data Collection and Your Privacy Rights.

By Gregory Nicholson The Lawsuit  Recently, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Facebook, Cambridge Analytica, and other companies for allegedly misusing the personal data of more than 87 million people in an effort to steer the 2016 presidential election.  The...
A Real Dumpster Fire

A Real Dumpster Fire

By Jared P Moore Miriam-Webster defines a “dumpster fire” as, “an utterly calamitous or mismanaged situation or occurrence.” This definition truly encompasses the current state of Moviepass. Since last fall the stock price of Helios and Matherson (“HMNY”), the parent...
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