connected cars

Safety Benefits and Privacy Concerns of Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication

(Sep 2014)

Personal motor vehicles are used every day by millions of Americans and are so integrated into daily living that many people take for granted the dangers inherent in driving. Safety features have continuously advanced over the past century, and the movement towards using vehicle-to-vehicle (“V2V”) communication offers safety benefits that could not have been imagined

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Net Neutrality Proposed Regulations Net Over 3 Million

(Sep 2014)

Talk of Net Neutrality is spanning the Internet right now, due in large part to the FCC accepting comments for its pending decision on how to govern the Internet. Net Neutrality is the outlandish idea that Internet service providers (ISPs) should treat all data that travels over their networks equally, instead of creating Internet “fast

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The Dangers of the False Positive: Why State Legislatures Should Regulate the Use of EtG Testing in Probation

(Sep 2014)

Ethyl glucuronide (“EtG”) is a metabolite of ethanol, the type of alcohol found in alcoholic beverages. An EtG test is a urine test that is used to detect recent consumption of alcoholic beverages once the ethanol itself is no longer present in the body. EtG remains in the body for approximately eighty hours after consumption

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