The United States government has taken more interest in mobile payment applications. Mobile payment companies are increasing in size year after year. The United States government is interested in maximizing its share through the most efficient revenue-creating source they have, taxes. A change to the taxation of mobile transactions is on the horizon, and the


In recent weeks, Russia has employed en masse so-called “kamikaze drones” in its war with Ukraine. The drones, supplied by Iran and under the manufacture name “Shahed-136” have been sent out in waves, inflicting damage on the Ukrainian military as well as residential buildings and critical civilian infrastructure. In this piece, I will discuss first the nature and use


In today’s world, automated technologies are becoming ubiquitous in every aspect of our lives. From autonomous vehicles to artificial intelligence (AI) systems that can diagnose diseases in patients, automated technologies are driving innovation. Yet, along with the evolution of these technologies comes threats to the rights of the American public.  To begin addressing these issues,


To search or not to search, that’s the dilemma. The pandemic brought along many drastic changes. Remote learning, work-from-home, online and curbside grocery shopping, among other things, were hailed as remedies to the COVID-era restrictions. While schools closed their doors in hopes of preventing the spread of the deadly virus, remote learning opened the door


This week, the Supreme Court will review a novel matter that could dramatically change the landscape of contemporary art law. The controversy surrounds the applicability of the “transformative use” standard in copyright law, a category of the fair use defense to copyright infringement. If the transformative use standard is overturned by this decision, artists’ freedom of


The Due Process Clause of the Constitution guarantees the accused the right to a fair trial but does a fair trial mean that an accused should have access to the latest technology to prove their innocence? Specifically does an indigent defendant, one who cannot afford legal representation, have the right to AI facial recognition software?