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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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The Truth Behind the Constitutionality of GPS Tracking

The technological capabilities of smartphones, such as accessing the internet in a matter of seconds, speaking with multiple people simultaneously, and downloading numerous applications, have increased rapidly since their inception.[…]

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To a Reasonable Degree of Scientific Certainty: Understanding the DOJ’s Revised Guidance on Expert Scientific Testimony

Many of us have watched television shows and movies, or perhaps even been present during a trial, where a given medical expert is on the stand as a witness, testifying[…]

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Robert Kettler

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Peyton Kettler is a 2L and Washington College of Law interested in Real Estate and Intellectual Property. Outside of school, you could find him at the Capital One Arena in a Capitals jersey.

Konrad Scott-Ludwig

Editor-in-Chief

2L at AUWCL interested in how companies and governments regulate and use data, and watching the Bruins win.

Hector Contreras

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Current 2L at AUWCL and San Diego native aspiring to practice Copyright law, and a huge LA Chargers fan.

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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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