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Artificial Intelligence Could Lead to a More Equitable Judiciary

Daniel Chen, a professor and researcher at the Toulouse School of Economics and a member of the University of Toulouse Faculty of Law in Toulouse, France, recently suggested in a working paper that artificial intelligence has the potential to show judges how their behavioral biases inform their judicial decision-making. He begins the paper by highlighting

Netflix’s Global Platform: Finding the Balance Between Censorship and Access

As American companies expand into the markets of other countries, they are tasked with learning how to adhere to those countries’ laws and customs while preserving the integrity of their services and goals. For instance, Google has come under fire for trying to release a version of their search engine in China that complied with

A National Approach to Data Privacy? Competing Proposals for a Federal Privacy Bill

On January 16, 2019, Senator Rubio introduced a bill, entitled the American Data Dissemination Act (ADDA), that proposes a national standard to regulate the way private companies handle consumer data. The bill uses the Privacy Act of 1974, which applies solely to data handling by governmental agencies, as a framework for a broader national standard.

High Tech Hiring: Tackling a New Breed of Discrimination

Artificial Intelligence was supposed to revolutionize the recruitment process and end bias in hiring. It has revolutionized the process, but it has not ended bias in hiring decisions. The rise of the internet and the increasing ease for a job applicant to find an opening and send in a job application has overwhelmed many Human

Lawsuit Against AT&T and T-Mobile Round Out a Volatile Year in the Cryptocurrency Market

Two major wireless carriers, AT&T and T-Mobile were sued last week for failing to protect customer data and cryptocurrency accounts. The suit was brought by Silver Miller Law, a firm that has become a major player in the cryptocurrency arena after securing several million-dollar judgments on behalf of digital asset investors. The complaint alleges that

iOS 12: Blocking GrayKey

On September 17, Apple publicly released their iOS 12 update for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The updates most notable features include: improved device performance; Facetime with up to 32 people at once; and augmented reality capabilities. As usual, Apple also updated the iPhones security. However, iOS 12’s product page gives little detail on

Electronic Voting: Speedy and Secure

By the end of November 6th, more than 100 million American citizens had exercised their constitutionally protected and hard-won right to vote. Four days later, many are left unsure who their elected leaders are or if their vote had been counted. With twelve House races, three Senate races, and three gubernatorial races still too close