Twitter Not Liable for ISIS Use of Site

(Feb 2018)

On January 31st, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit held that Twitter can’t be held liable for allegedly allowing the Islamic State (ISIS) to use its social network to spread propaganda. The case, Fields v. Twitter, Inc., is brought by a pair of plaintiffs whose family members were killed in 2015 in

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Challenges to Uber’s Plans for a Flying Car Service?

(Feb 2018)

While one day requesting air travel with the convenience of a ride sharing app may seem like a luxury reserved for the ultra-wealthy, Uber already has plans to deliver this service to consumers at an affordable rate. The idea is that destinations could be entered via an app that would inform of where the closest

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Graffiti Gains Legitimacy: Judge Awards Graffiti Artists $6.7M

(Feb 2018)

5Pointz complex in Long Island City, Queens, was a frequent site of photo shoots and music videos as its walls were adorned with visual works of art since the 1990s—back when the owner of the building agreed to allow graffiti artists work on the walls of the building. 5Pointz became not only a hotspot and

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