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Crime and Punishment When the Cameras Are Always Rolling

(Sep 2014)

Increasingly pervasive surveillance technology is rapidly changing society, and it is having an impact on our criminal justice system as well. In some ways, increased surveillance is helpful in achieving a just outcome because video evidence provides a better account of events than eye witness testimony. However, as illustrated by the recent Ray Rice controversy,

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Big Changes Ahead for Airbnb and Other Lodging-share Websites?

(Sep 2014)

Airbnb revolutionized travel lodging by allowing anyone to rent out unused rooms, apartments, or houses to others looking to stay in popular locations for a low cost. Perhaps the best part of Airbnb, and part of what made it novel and successful, is its simple website. In doing so, the company essentially created a forum

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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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