By: Alex Glassman Openly breaking the law is usually not a good idea. However, what if your “crime” was “just a joke?” Dave Portnoy is… Read More »Can a Tweet Break the Law if it’s “just a joke?” That is the Question.
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By: Jeremy Bond Ah, 2019. The memories! When looking back on this sordid year we (the people) may remember it containing the hottest month yet-recorded… Read More »Wait, It Gets Worse: Big Pharma Price Gouging And The Infinite Suffering Machine
By: Eleni Farrell “You’ve got to be kidding me…” You groan with frustration as you reach down to pick up your now shattered iPhone. You… Read More »An Apple Lawsuit a Day, Keeps the Monopoly Away
By: Jessica Friesen In 2014, the European Court of Justice ruled that individuals, corporations and government officials in the European Union have the right to… Read More »Will Americans have the Right to Be Forgotten?
By: Alma Godinez Another mass shooting shocked the nation on August 3, 2019 in which, 22 people were killed and 24 were injured in a… Read More »Curtailing the “Dark Recesses” of the Internet in 2019
By: Edward Monaghan In the past few years attention has been drawn to in game micro-transactions in video games, commonly referred to as loot boxes. … Read More »Loot Boxes: Gambling or Necessary Cost of Quality Games