Lessons From The German Saga Of Fake News – Proposing A Shift From The State To Communities

by Saiesh Kamath, 3L at the National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata As the ubiquity of the Internet reigns, social media platforms have turned into essential vehicles in facilitating participation in a democratic culture.[1] However, these platforms are...

Data Protection in the Times of COVID-19: Indian Aspect

By: Aditi Jaiswal & Anubhav Das, 4th Year students of NUALS Kochi, RMLNLU Lucknow Introduction In the wake of COVID-19, where the collection of data is an essential tool to search and track the individuals infected, an issue might arise in the near future when...

Health Information Technology: Technology in Your Health Care

By: Rachel Whalen “In 2019, healthcare consumers continue to demand greater transparency, accessibility and personalization.”[1] In this increasingly digital age, incorporating Health information technology (“Health IT”) into the health industry is very important....

Will the Real Coronavirus Patient Please Stand Up?

By: Cam Kollar While on quarantine, some people are currently bored while others are baking bread. As a law student, my quarantine days are spent eating, reading, and writing. Rinse, wash, repeat. The world has been on quarantine for about two months going on five...

Courts Across America Adapt and Respond to COVID-19

By: Derek Reigle   The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in extraordinary changes across America and the world. This phenomena has not escaped the American legal system. Last week, the Supreme Court announced that it will begin hearing cases via teleconference, a first...
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