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Oct
14

With an increase in ISIS activity in Syria and Iraq, the United States has increased it’s presence in the region. Public outcry for U.S. air support following numerous atrocities carried out by ISIS has led to air strikes by U.S. military aircraft and drones. While some view this as a success against the continued war

Oct
14

Does a warrantless search of a foreign server that yields evidence leading to the arrest of an American citizen violate that citizen’s rights under the Fourth Amendment? The answer to that question begins back in July of 2013 when the Federal Bureau of Investigation received help from Icelandic authorities who searched a server the FBI

Oct
14

How many times a day would you say that you check the Facebook App on your phone? Twice? Ten times? None at all? Since its emergence in mainstream media in 2005, Facebook has changed the way people look at social media. But this influence has not come without its share of controversies. The most recent

Oct
10

On October 3, the FCC issued a release stating that the Marriott hotel services would be fined $600,000 to resolve the agency’s investigation into “whether the Marriott intentionally interfered with and disabled Wi-Fi networks established by consumers in the conference facilities of the Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee in violation of

Oct
10

Most fans of the Olympic Games knows the story of Oscar Pistorious, the South African sprint runner who uses artificial limbs to compete in events for both below-knee amputees and for able-bodied athletes. During the 2012 Summer Olympics, Pistorious became the first amputee runner to compete at an Olympic Games. Although recently Pistorious’ inspiring story

Oct
07

In its decision in Howerton v. Arai Helmet, Ltd., 358 N.C. 440 (2004), the North Carolina Supreme Court could not have been clearer: “North Carolina is not, nor has it ever been, a Daubert jurisdiction.”Although this emphatic declaration rings with finality, the Supreme Court must yet again decide whether or not North Carolina courts are

Oct
07

On September 26, swarms of protesters in Hong Kong took to the streets demanding electoral reform. They demanded then, and continue to demand, a free vote for the upcoming 2017 election for chief executive, without the Chinese government handpicking finalists beforehand. In response, the Chinese government has turned to censorship in attempt to control the

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Oct
07

At first blush, you might answer this question with “of course not” and you would assume that almost everyone else in the world would do the same. In that assumption you would be wrong. In London, in a matter of minutes, six people did just that (Read the article here). They happened upon a free

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