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FCC Delays Largest Spectrum Auction…Again

(Oct 2014)

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced Friday that it is again postponing its planned Incentive Auction of low-frequency airwaves until early 2016. Similar auctions for the licenses of electromagnetic spectrum have been conducted by the FCC since 1994. The FCC has found that these spectrum auctions are an effective means of assigning licenses, by awarding

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The Legality of Detecting Ebola Picture

The Legality of Detecting Ebola through Airport Security

(Oct 2014)

Ebola has captured the nation’s attention over the past few weeks. Media speculation and fear have seemed to perpetuate this disease, mostly afflicting West African countries, into a supposed serious threat to Americans. Federal and state governments’ responses provide a patchwork of different regulations, as federal, state and agency level actions have attempted to squelch

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Texting Stops? Company Develops a Radar That Can Detect When Drivers Are Texting

(Oct 2014)

Warnings about texting while driving are everywhere. We see billboards along highways telling drivers to refrain from using their phones. We see television commercials and news stories reporting fatal accidents that have occurred as a result of a driver texting. State legislatures have recognized the dangers of texting while driving, and have responded by enacting

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