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Websites and the Americans with Disabilities Act

January 29, 2020

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) took effect in 1990. The first website came online a year later. Yet the requirements that the

(Deep)fake News

November 5, 2019

What do presidential candidates and adult film stars have in common?

The answer is not some crude political joke you might hear at a bar, but

The Fight Against the Fake Call: The Rise of Spoofing and Robocalls

March 5, 2019

Your phone starts to vibrate. You don’t recognize the number, but it’s from your area code, so you decide to answer. On the other end

Lawful Hacking: A Temporary Solution to the “Going Dark” Challenge

February 26, 2019

The increased ubiquity and sophistication of encryption presents a serious problem for law enforcement. There has been a growing gap between law enforcement’s legal authority to

Deceptive Advertisement in Search Engines

February 9, 2019

When using Internet search engines to look for information, we generally expect that the search results are reasonably relevant to our search query on an

Regulating Artificial Intelligence

February 2, 2019

Current Regulation of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence is changing the world at a breakneck pace. The applications of artificial intelligence are numerous and growing, involving everything

The Legal Implications of 3D Printed Guns

December 6, 2018
3D Printed Guns and The Law

Recently, 3D printing has become the center of an ongoing legal controversy.  As the law struggles to catch up with

The Legality of Law Enforcement’s Access to Genetic Testing Profiles without a Court Order

November 20, 2018

Researchers in the last century have made huge strides in the biological sciences. From the discovery of the double helix of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) in

The Future of Personalized Medicine: How Should Genomic Sequencing Be Regulated?

November 7, 2018


Healthcare is currently making a historic transition towards personalized medicine, a new and emerging healthcare model for treatment and prevention strategies tailored towards the client’s specific

The Emerging Question of AI Legal Personhood Asked of Us by the Likes of Google Duplex and Sophia

October 17, 2018

At Google’s I/O developer conference this past May, CEO Sundar Pichai unveiled Duplex, an incredibly human-sounding phone bot that appeared, upon first impression, to pass