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An Emoji for Your Thoughts?
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology With the recent introduction of 230 new emojis for 2019, which brings the total number of emojis up to 3,053, consumers are presented with a seemingly limitless selection of emojis applicable
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Rethinking Debt-Equity Ratios and Securitized Bonds Could Help Finance a Green New Deal
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Political firebrand and House Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Senator Ed Markey released the Green New Deal (“GND”) in early February 2019. Spurred by recent findings from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
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Anti-Competitive or A Good Policy for Workers? Uber and Seattle Continue Their Battle Over Whether Uber Drivers Can Unionize.
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and an Uber subsidiary have asked a Washington federal judge to invalidate Seattle’s ordinance letting ride hailing app-based drivers unionize. The allege the city’s law violates
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Tappy, T-Mobile, and the Huawei Indictment
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Huawei Devices USA (Huawei), a Chinese-based smartphone super-corporation, has recently been hit with a 10-count indictment by the Department of Justice. Per the indictment, Huawei instructed its employees in the United
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How We Got Here: Looking at Facebook’s Failure to Protect User Privacy as It Negotiates Billion-Dollar Settlement with the FTC
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Reports emerged on February 14 that Facebook and the FTC were nearing a settlement over the Cambridge Analytica data breach and the social media company’s privacy policies. It is anticipated that
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Facial Recognition: Data Privacy Concerns on Your Own Block
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Facial recognition technology has experienced a boom this past year. Amazon launched Amazon Rekognition, which has been used in cities like Orlando, FL, to scan faces in public and flag criminal
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Fingerprint, or Fifth Amendment Protection?
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology In 2019, most of us still use keys to lock up the protected contents of our house and car. In contrast, our personal devices, often where we store our most guarded
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AI Surveillance in Schools: Why?
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology This past February 14th marked the one-year anniversary of one of the deadliest school shootings in the nation’s history. Despite being the subject of several 911 calls, and two separate tips
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Towards An AI Policy And AI Incident Response Plan For Businesses (Part I)
Author HUU NGUYEN/Above the Law: Part one of a three-part series on the motivation for AI policy and incidence plans for businesses.
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Understanding the Power of AI for Insights on Judges and Expert Witnesses
Author /Corporate Counsel: Date: Thursday, April 4, 2019Time: 2:00 p.m. EST |11 a.m. PSTCost: ComplimentarySponsored by:       PROBLEM: Want        
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Legal IT Events… Breakfast Roundtable: Neota Logic on AI automation for legal departments – 10th April, Amsterdam
Author Event Form/Legal IT Insider: Date: Wednesday, April 10, 2019 Time: Arrival between 8:30-9:00 AM – 10:30 AM Venue: Holiday Inn Amsterdam Hotel – Arena Towers, Hoogoorddreef 66a, 1101 BE Amsterdam Event is strictly for Corporate Legal Professionals only ‘Deliver
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Privacy Concerns- Should facial recognition tracking your buying habits in stores be regulated?
Author Peter S. Vogel/ Internet, IT & e-Discovery Blog eMarketer.com reported “that more than 60% of respondents thought the technology was “creepy””…that was used in…”tracking buying habits, and alerting sales people to shoppers’ preferences and previous purchases as soon as
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