Sick Pics: Legal Questions Raised by Patients Sending Nude Images to Doctors for Diagnosis

  By: Nick Mirra, Millennials have already infiltrated the workforce for several of the nation’s most time-honored professions. As 2017 draws near, more of the technological natives are earning their ranks among these established fields. For example, the average age of matriculating medical students for the 2015-16 year was 24, …

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"Demand Response" In 2016

By: Ryan Suit, If you have ever wanted to be paid to do less than you are doing right now, then you might be a fan of “demand response.” Demand response refers to the concept of paying electricity consumers to not use electricity at certain times.[1] Currently, most demand response …

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Smith et al v. Facebook, Inc. et al: Plaintiffs Allege Facebook is Mining Private Medical Information to Generate Profit

By: Quinn Novak,   If you Google the American Cancer Society and search through their website for information about breast cancer, do you have a reasonable expectation of privacy? Or do you expect that someone is monitoring your activity and collecting your medical searches? Winston Smith believed he had privacy …

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