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Owning Your Likeness In the Digital Age: Privacy vs. Free Speech

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Owning Your Likeness In the Digital Age: Privacy vs. Free Speech
Over the last few years, several technological advancements have joined together to dramatically increase the number of photojournalists roaming the streets waiting to capture everything from the mundane to the historic. The smartphone era has brought not only immediate access to information, but also the incredible ability to capture and share photos and videos across…
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Net-Neutrality Fight Spills Across The Atlantic

Net-Neutrality Fight Spills Across The Atlantic

In just the couple of short months since we took an in-depth look at so-called “net-neutrality,” there have been several major developments in the battle to define the future of the Internet not only here in the United States, but in the European Union as well. Why do you care about net-neutrality? Because anything that…
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Digitizing Dealerships? Don’t hold your breath

Digitizing Dealerships? Don’t hold your breath

The Internet has fundamentally changed the way we buy products—everything from music to groceries. Similarly, advances in the 3D printing are propelling a dramatic shift in the way we manufacture all this stuff. But while so many industries have faced disruption as a result of the growth of personal computing (such as the record business,…
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12 Angry Robots? A.I. Coming Soon To A Courtroom Near You

12 Angry Robots? A.I. Coming Soon To A Courtroom Near You

If we learned anything from the classic movie 12 Angry Men (1957), it is the power of one juror to dramatically alter outcomes in the criminal justice system.  In this case, had one compassionate juror not been part of the jury, it’s likely the case would have turned out a lot differently. But this doesn’t…
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This Call May Be Monitored For Drug-Running and Over-Billing

This Call May Be Monitored For Drug-Running and Over-Billing

I’d like to suggest this new action phrase for Our Government At Work: “Listening in on bottom-feeders, while watching the bottom line.” At least that’s my take-away on learning that the U.S. Justice Department recently took Sprint Corp. to court on charges that the company overcharged the government on the cost of eavesdropping, wiretapping and…
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