Overbearing or Common Sense? Drone Registry.

By: Curtis Hazelton, In our society, it makes perfect sense for one to be accountable for his or her actions, so why should unmanned aircrafts be any different? The Department of Transportation and the Federal Aviation Administration have recently proposed a possible...

The End of DraftKings and FanDuel?

By: Jenni Lyman, On Sundays, each NFL play seems to be sandwiched in between a series of incessant testimonials touting the ease of winning thousands of dollars from onlinedaily fantasy football. Both DraftKings and FanDuel are on target to spend $150 million in...

The Legality of Self-Driving Cars: Whose fault is it?

By: Manny Olojede, Welcome to the future, Marty. Self-driving or autonomous cars will actually become a “thing” soon. But whose fault is it if the self-driving car runs a red light? The driver or the car? The manufacturer or some other third party? The chicken or the...

Blog: European Internet Governance

  By: Curtis Hazelton, Is there a common place between security and privacy, and between data protection and freedom of expression; two schools of thought circling around the same idea of consumer protection. As the Internet battles starring Taylor Swift and Nicki...

Blog: The Uber Class Action Lawsuit

By: Quinn Novak “Uber is evolving the way the world moves. By seamlessly connecting riders to drivers through apps, we make cities more accessible, opening up more possibilities for riders and more business for drivers.” – UBER[1] We’ve all been there. You’re...
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