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Mar
09

At the beginning of the pandemic, there was a question of where information regarding COVID-19 hospitalizations should live. Specifically, the question was which federal agency should house these data. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (the CDC) seemed like the obvious place as it is the traditional repository of infectious-disease information. The Trump administration

Mar
08

Thanks in large part to the strenuous efforts ($200 million of efforts) of Uber, Lyft, InstaCart, and DoorDash, California passed Proposition 22 last November. This proposition allowed “app-based transportation and delivery drivers” to be defined as independent contractors. It also allowed for the “adopt[ion] [of] labor and wage policies specific to app-based drivers and companies.”

Feb
21

On January 28, 2021, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) published a report detailing how two employees “made false representations” and “concealed material information” concerning a contract with an artificial intelligence company. The contract was brought to the OIG’s attention by a pair of high-level VA officials who

Feb
21

If you’ve ever found yourself scouring the internet for an authorized place to watch your favorite movie, show, or sports team, you’ve probably encountered some hardships. Whether that difficulty is due to a lack of subscription to a stream provider or a blackout in your area, this can leave you with a disappointing feeling as

Feb
12

After the Capitol was stormed on January 6th by supporters of President Trump, social media platforms took action against the 45th president, blaming him for the incident. Trump was indefinitely banned from Facebook, at least until his term ended, suspended from twitter indefinitely, and his campaign store, hosted by Shopify, was taken down, just to

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