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Sep
27

Three weeks before the 2020 presidential election, Twitter briefly restricted users from posting an article about Hunter Biden. Conservative activists filed a formal complaint with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) alleging that the restriction was an illegal in-kind contribution to the Biden campaign. Last week, the FEC dismissed the complaint in a unanimous decision, reasoning

Sep
22

Since Olivia Rodrigo’s smash-hit debut album Sour was released in May, she has repeatedly faced plagiarism accusations. In response, she retroactively granted songwriting credits to the songwriters whom she allegedly plagiarized. This has happened not once, not twice, but a shocking three times so far. First, she granted songwriting credits to Taylor Swift and Jack

Sep
15

The National Association of Realtors has long maintained a strangle-hold upon the residential real estate market. It is the nation’s largest trade association for real estate professionals and consists of multiple listing services (MLS), local associations, and over 1.45 million real estate agents. However, this dominant presence is not without its challengers. Over the past

Sep
12

This year, the European Union and the United States have taken steps to regulate artificial intelligence (AI) systems. The EU and US governments, however, have yet to correspond on the type of regulation required by AIs. EU leadership has bolstered passing “the first initiative, worldwide, that provides legal framework for Artificial Intelligence,” even though the

Apr
24

On Friday, April 2nd the Centers for Disease Control updated its guidelines for safe travel during the next phase of the global COVID-19 pandemic. Taking into account current scientific understandings, the latest evidence, and the current state of infections, the CDC announced that fully vaccinated individuals can now travel relatively safely within the U.S. Additionally,

Apr
23

It’s been a little over a year since COVID-19 arrived in the United States, and vaccines are finally rolling out. Most states are vaccinating people in “groups,” determined by factors such as age, pre-existing conditions/risk factors, and employment type among other things. President Biden has stated that he expects all adults (18 years and older)

Apr
22

If given a chance to go back to high school for a day, many adults would probably decline. As a time filled with anxiety and confusion, high schoolers struggle to find their voice and independence. With now seemingly infinite amounts of communication platforms, students can express their feelings about the school day beyond the final

Apr
21

As we near the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, employers are grappling with how to transition employees back into the office while ensuring workplace safety. Many employers are relying on artificial intelligence (“AI”) and other sophisticated technologies to implement screening measures (e.g., body temperature checks) and other public health-recommended workplace protocols (e.g., social distancing) per

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