Blog: Snapchat – Defeating an Authenticity Objection in Court

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by Danielle Bringard, Associate Survey and Symposium Editor                     We’ve all done it.  We’ve all taken the “selfie.”  Facebook, Twitter, Tinder, Instagram, and Snapchat are just a few of these social media applications that allow users to transmit photos and videos to each other from various electronic devices.  However, unlike most …

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Blog: Facebook’s Continuing Privacy Policy Battle: Parents Concerned Over the Use of Children’s Information in Advertisements

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By: Jasmine McKinney, Associate Manuscripts Editor    By now, most of us probably know that Facebook is no stranger to lawsuits.  Just a mere two years ago, Facebook was involved in a class-action lawsuit where the social networking giant was found to have used members’ images without their permission in …

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Blog: Net Neutrality

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By Jessica Ertel, Associate Articles Editor The D.C. Court of Appeals recently turned down federal net neutrality legislation, thus allowing Internet service providers to charge Internet companies fees for faster delivery of Internet content. Net neutrality legislation requires that broadband providers treat all Internet traffic equally. The Federal Communications Commission …

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