drought

California Farmers Look to New Technologies to Combat Climate Change

(Oct 2014)

As the end of the year draws near, 2014 is likely to go down as one of the worst for California farmers as a result of an unprecedented drought. According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, approximately 80% of California is experiencing extreme drought levels (click here for clip of California’s drought evolution). One of the

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Privacy and Security: Outflanking the Third-Party Doctrine

(Oct 2014)

Edward Snowden became famous last year for revealing US government surveillance programs and starting a conversation in America about the tradeoffs between privacy and security. More recently, Snowden has conducted interviews in which he has advised Americans to avoid certain online services, like Dropbox and Facebook, that do not provide adequate privacy protections for users

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Elmo has gone electric

The Most Important Technological Advancement Since the Internet

(Oct 2014)

It should come as a shock to no one that car accidents have a great economic and societal impact on all Americans. Entire industries have come to rely heavily, if not entirely, upon the basic reality that people will get into car accidents. For example, it has become statutorily required for motorists to possess automobile

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