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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

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

Will a Necessity Defense Drain the Power of Energy Companies?

In the 1960’s, the nation witnessed a wave of civil disobedience that stemmed from an awakening of an environmental collective consciousness. The environmental movement included protests, trespassing, and property damage, and although it facilitated short-term results and media coverage, it arguably crashed as the government stepped in on the side of the energy corporations. Following

Bitcoin Mining’s Staggering Energy Consumption and the Search for Cheap Electricity

In recent years it has been well documented that Bitcoin mining requires a large amount of energy. While Bitcoin mining’s ever increasing energy consumption has been a topic of discussion for some time now, recent reports have highlighted that Bitcoin mining’s energy usage is continuing to grow at a staggering rate. For some perspective, in

3D Printing and its Threat to IP

3D Printing is a technology poised to bring change to nearly every industry space. Traditional printing allows one to use an inkjet to apply ink to a page and produce images, words, and symbols. 3D Printing, on the other hand, uses a wide variety of techniques in order to create any number of 3-dimensional shapes.

Florida Appeal Court Provides Passcodes Protection Under Fifth Amendment

On October 24, 2018, the Fourth District Court of Appeal of the State of Florida decided in G.A.Q.L. v. State of Florida that under the Fifth Amendment, a minor could not be compelled to “disclose the contents of his own mind” by providing passwords for a cell phone and iTunes account. The decision follows other