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5G Rollout

October 31, 2022

The electromagnetic spectrum refers to properties in air that can transmit electrical signals. The spectrum spans from radio waves to gamma rays. Within this spectrum,

Spotify Playlists May Be Filled with Songs by Hundreds of Fake Artists. Does it Matter?

October 25, 2022

Streaming platform Spotify dominates the digital music industry. With 433 million users, it accounts for a

Algorithmic Affirmative Action: Do Algorithmic Fairness Approaches Violate the Equal Protection Clause?

October 24, 2022

A central tenet of responsible artificial intelligence (AI) is algorithmic fairness, or the attempt to correct bias in

Mapping the Current State of Federal Consumer Privacy Legislation

October 11, 2022

Legislators on both sides of the aisle have been looking to pass comprehensive federal privacy legislation for several years now. Despite this bipartisan

STLR Link Roundup - April 15, 2022

April 15, 2022

Appeals Court Revives Texas Law Targeting Social Media Companies
Texas has passed a law that targets social media companies such as Twitter and Facebook that

STLR Link Roundup - April 8, 2022

April 8, 2022

NATO Unveils Tech Accelerator Footprint, with Plans for Over 60 Sites

Approximately one year ago at the 31st annual NATO Summit in Brussels,

The Current State of PFAS Regulation

March 28, 2022

What are PFAs? 

Per- and Poly-flouralklys substances also known as PFAS are a group of human made chemicals. The chemicals have been

STLR Link Roundup - March 25, 2022

March 25, 2022

E.P.A. Decides Against Limiting Perchlorate in Drinking Water

On March 31st, the Biden Administration’s Environmental Protection Agency announced it would uphold the Trump Administration’s decision

Stalkerware

March 21, 2022

There are many pressing issues in cybersecurity, ranging from massive multimillion dollar ransomware attacks to vigilante amateur hackers aiding in war – but

STLR Link Roundup - March 18, 2022

March 18, 2022

How California Is Building the Nation’s First Privacy Police

Ashkan Soltani, the head of California’s new online privacy regulator, faces the daunting task of overseeing