EC Court of Justice applies territoriality to protect access to information outside Europe In a pair of crucial judicial decisions, the European Commission Court of
Producers are Using Chemical Fingerprint to Distinguish Magic Beans from the Ordinary Pits A class action lawsuit brought on behalf of Hawaii’s Kona coffee bean
Through a partnership with the Shepard Broad College of Law and the Sharon and Mitchell W. Berger Entrepreneur Law Clinic has hosted the second annual
Algorithms are already pervading the hiring process. To continue using these systems, both the companies offering these systems and the companies subscribing to these services need to test and retest to be sure the software isn’t looking for hidden clues that reflect the pre-existing bias built into society: language choice, choice of neighborhoods, zip codes, volunteer activities, names, or the myriad of other, seemingly neutral factors, that serve as surrogates for gender, race, and other potential areas for discrimination.
The FTC has claimed success with a $170 million fine against YouTube for its latest abuse of the public trust. “The settlement requires Google and
Hurricane Dorian is moving onto mainland U.S. and bringing with it the first major hurricane threat of the season to Florida and the South Atlantic