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Incorporating “Geo Graphs” into Redistricting: How a New Computer Algorithm Could Stop Partisan Gerrymandering
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology The gerrymandering of congressional districts is a huge issue in North Carolina politics. The N.C. state legislature has exhibited a pattern of redrawing voting districts for their own political gain, sometimes
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The Filler Effect: One Line’s Monopoly on Pain Alleviation
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Despite a lagged government at the beginning of the new year, IP related claims from a variety of all industries and places are already piling up.  Summarized by IPWatchDog’s “Other Barks
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Is Apple Truly as Pro-Privacy as they Suggest? Evidence of Listening in and a Recent Major Facetime Bug Put Apple’s
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Apple faced public scrutiny when viral videos surfaced showing a glaring bug with Apple’s FaceTime feature that allowed the caller to hear conversations and even see video from the person being
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Artificial Intelligence Could Lead to a More Equitable Judiciary
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Daniel Chen, a professor and researcher at the Toulouse School of Economics and a member of the University of Toulouse Faculty of Law in Toulouse, France, recently suggested in a working
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A Grand (One Sided) Bargain
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology On January 14, 2019, a think tank composed of tech industry giants such as Google, Amazon, and Microsoft offered a “’Grand Bargain” to Congress and the American people alike. The Grand
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Is 2019 The Year a Federal Carbon Tax Will Finally Pass?
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology In 2018, carbon dioxide emissions in the United States rose an estimated 3.4 percent compared to previous years. Despite coal plants retiring last year, greenhouse gas emissions from “factories, planes, and
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Net Neutrality: US Congress may take control over state laws
Author Peter S. Vogel/ Internet, IT & e-Discovery Blog The New York Times reported that “Members of Congress are expected to introduce net neutrality laws this year that would create nationwide rules, overriding whatever states have adopted.”  The February 1,
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Lessons from Legaltech: It’s Not About Legal Tech
Author David Curle/Legal Executive Institute: Much of the recent Legaltech conference focused on the legal industry’s changing structure and the market forces at work in it, but much of that focus was not on technology, but rather on business techniques
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Morning Docket: 02.04.19
Author Staci Zaretsky/Above the Law: * During an interview on “Face the Nation,” President Donald Trump was wishy-washy as to whether he’d be comfortable with special counsel Robert Mueller’s full report being released to the public, saying, “I don’t know.
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Legal tech hire: Richard Haywood joins Clarilis as Chairman
Author Caroline Hill/Legal IT Insider: Drafting automation provider Clarilis has hired respected former UK top 50 law firm partner turned consultant Richard Haywood as its chairman, as the private equity-backed, UK-headquartered firm looks to refine its strategy and scale its
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Lexpo secures International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) as Education Partner for Lexpo’19
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: Lexpo, Europe’s prestigious legal innovation event, today announced a partnership with the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA). For Lexpo’19 (Amsterdam, 8 & 9 April), ILTA will be Lexpo’s
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Legaltech19: New global matter standard to provide “common language” for law firms and corporate counsel
Author Caroline Hill/Legal IT Insider: In one of the most significant announcements at Legaltech19, a high-level matter category standards alliance on 29 January announced the first version of its cross-industry standard, which is the culmination of a three-year effort to
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