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On March 14th, Reuters reported that Ukraine’s Defense Ministry started using facial recognition software in their war efforts against Russia. Other elements of the government are expected to follow in the coming days. Facial recognition firm Clearview AI offered Ukraine’s government free use of its service, claiming that it will allow Ukraine to effectively screen


 At the end of February, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an invasion of Ukraine, catching the rest of the world by surprise. The unprovoked attack destroyed international norms against wars of aggression and left the world searching for an appropriate response. Although the conflict is developing rapidly, the invasion has already proven the effectiveness of


For many young Americans, internships provide an exciting first glimpse into the working world. In 2021, 75% of graduating college seniors indicated that they’d had at least one internship. But despite the many benefits that interns can provide to employers, over 40% of internships in the United States today are unpaid. The debate over these


Twitter Inc. is appealing to the Ninth Circuit hoping to overturn the District Court’s decision to allow a claim against the social media platform that it benefited from sex trafficking of minors, violating federal sex trafficking laws. The plaintiffs in the case, John Doe No.1 and John Doe No. 2, allege that they were recruited


Mark Zuckerberg announced in a video featured at the Facebook Connect 2021 augmented and virtual reality conference at the end of October that Facebook’s parent company, Facebook, Inc., would be changing its name to Meta Platforms, Inc.  The video contained an explanation and demonstration of Zuckerberg and Meta’s ambitions for the “metaverse.”  It also featured


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