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Apr
21

The COVID-19 pandemic facilitated a dramatic shift to a reliance upon virtual means for communication, education, and work-from-home careers. In addition, there was a surge in telehealth appointments as an alternative to the traditional in-person provision-of-care model. However, COVID-19 was not operating in isolation but rather in conjunction with the worsening opioid epidemic. Unfortunately, the

Apr
21

Law enforcement across the United States is knocking on Google’s door with its use of reverse location search warrants (“RLSWs”). These warrants allow government officers to access locational data of every cellular device within a certain proximity and time range. RLSWs are an innovative technological tool that allow law enforcement to essentially work backward during

Dec
18

As civil unrest flared across the United States following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, videographers and photojournalists—both professional and amateur—found themselves targeted by police for arrests, beatings, and harassment. Increasingly, journalists on the scene of civil unrest rely on smartphones as their primary tool for gathering and disseminating news. The advent of

Dec
18

Even though common law courts create and articulate the law within their decisions, surprisingly little is known about the quantitative readability levels of any single national apex court’s decisions, and even less is known about how any one apex court’s readability levels compare to those of other similar apex courts. This Article offers new data

Dec
18

The modern right to repair movement is a reactionary groundswell of consumer-rights advocacy, which opposes longexisting, monopolistic, and unfair market practices that have essentially been left unchecked in recent years. Specifically, the right to repair movement seeks to advance consumers’ ability to repair their purchased goods, ranging from consumer electronics to multi-million-dollar farm equipment, so

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