By: Brian Mulligan In May 2010, the world was first introduced to Scarlett Johansson’s (“Ms. Johansson”) portrayal of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (“MCU”) superspy Black Widow in the film “Iron Man 2.” More than a decade later and after several… Read More »A Hero Both On and Off Screen? Scarlett Johansson Saving the Exclusive Theatrical Release
By: Timothy Dumbroff The legal field is often faulted for being antiquated when it comes to practices used by attorneys and access to legal services. However, the federal government has provided funding for the delivery of legal services to the… Read More »Zooming Past Constitutional Due Process
By: Damien Majewski Last month, two large gaming companies Bungie, the developer of Destiny 2, and Ubisoft, the developer of Rainbow Six Siege, filed a lawsuit against Ring-1 for developing and selling cheats for various games. The companies allege Ring-1,… Read More »Video Game Hacking: Cheaters Never Prosper
By: Jordan Rosario With a cellphone in the palm of our hands, the possibilities are endless, as well as the potential habits formed by minors as they are exposed to loot boxes through online gaming. The usage of smartphones… Read More »Loot Boxes and its Potential Introduction to Gambling Addiction to Minors
By: David Shafiei The century has brought about incredible technological change and has revolutionized the way society thinks about health and the natural sciences. As the world modernizes, so does science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), and practices in those… Read More »How Worried Should Doctors Be After the Emergence of Medical Imaging AI?
By: Schuyler Abbott Patent Trolls have taken a big hit when a North Carolina federal judge shot down a constitutional challenge to a law in the state. The challenged law is one of many recent statutes aimed at stopping “Patent… Read More »Big Loss for Patent Trolls as North Carolina Federal Judge Shoots Down Claim
By: Maxine Ainetchi Technology and the internet have allowed modern attacks to widen the scope to encompass the ability to achieve more types, greater degrees, and faster attacks against one’s target. In modern times, headlines have included phrases such as… Read More »Breaching Cybersecurity With No Liability?
By: Thomas Daly One of the most concerning issues of the century implicates an area of law that has no comprehensive federal regulatory scheme. Cautionary tales of juggernaut data brokers have surfaced throughout popular film and television for decades, depicting… Read More »Juggernaut Data Brokers
By: Sameer Prasla Bitcoin, the most dominant form of cryptocurrency, was founded in 2009 by a programmer under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. The invention of Bitcoin started a new era of digital currency that only exists electronically. Unlike federal currency,… Read More »The Dominant Cryptocurrency: Bitcoin
By: Gabriel Shvachkin After the COVID-19 Pandemic pushed us into our homes and left us void of social interaction, many of us turned to our keyboards and controllers to pass the time. With traditional sports leagues like the MLB and the… Read More »The Rise of eSports in a Post-Pandemic World