New Tax Payment Option: Cryptocurrency

(Mar 2018)

Recently cryptocurrency has been a topic of much discussion across numerous fields. For example, the Securities and Exchange Commission is now investigating certain cryptocurrency offerings. Meanwhile Uber’s co-founder Garrett Camp wants to create his own global cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency is even being discussed in the tax field. Two states, Arizona and Georgia, have proposed bills that

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Is Congress the Solution to Data Breach Notification?

(Mar 2018)

Earlier this week, Pennsylvania’s Attorney General, Josh Shapiro, filed suit against Uber “for allegedly violating the state’s data breach notification law by waiting more than a year to disclose an incident that compromised the personal information of 57 million users.” To mitigate the fallout from the data breach, which occurred in late 2016, Uber paid

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Filtering News Feeds & Fake News on Facebook: It’s All in the Terms & Conditions

(Mar 2018)

Recently released studies show that people are unaware that their Facebook news feed is being filtered by the social network. Facebook uses an algorithm that looks at what videos people watch, what content they click on, and who they interact with through “likes” and “comments”, and, using that information, the algorithm filters new content to

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