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Neuralink: Medical Advancement or Brain Hacking Nightmare?

Written by Aden Hizkias Neuralink, Elon Musk’s newest startup, is a neural implant device that is said to allow humans to control computer or mobile phones. On August 28, 2020,[…]

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Creating Legal Policy for GIFs and Memes: Expanding the Scope of Free Speech

The introduction of new forms of communication on social media, such as memes and GIFs, poses a new legal policy question: how should the law adapt to these new forms[…]

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Transatlantic Reflections on the Power of Technology for Inclusion: A Summary

On February 22, 2019, Sheila Durant, Gary Norman and Debra A. Vey Voda-Hamilton organized and presented Transatlantic Reflections on the Power of Technology for Inclusion. The event was graciously hosted[…]

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3L at AUWCL interested in how companies and governments regulate and use data, and watching the Bruins win.

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Recent Developments

Science & Technology News

Anti-Trust Probe Launched Against Facebook

47 Attorney Generals from US states and territories are participating in an Anti-Trust probe against Facebook led by the New York Attorney General. 

Space Wifi Becoming a Possibility by Next Year

SpaceX announced its itnent to bring internet access to rural areas through the use of its new Starlink satellites.

The Consequences of Free Speech in the Digital Age: Activision Suspends Pro

Blizzard Activision suspended professional Hearthstone player Ng Wai Chung “Blitzchung” over pro-Hong Kong comments, pitting western free speech interests against Chinese buisness interests. 


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