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Lawyer Removed from Radio City Music Hall After Facial Recognition Flagged Her As Opposing Counsel

By Laura Temme, Esq.

Many of us have endured mixed reactions when we inform someone that we're an attorney. Sometimes it's apprehension, other times, it opens a Pandora's box of information we did not want about an acquaintance. But how many of us have been asked to leave a public arts venue because of where we work?

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Can Sentient AI Break the Law?

By Laura Temme, Esq.

We're lawyers who write for a living, so we're probably not the best people to figure out a definitive test for sentience. But just for fun, let's say an AI program really can be conscious. In that case, what happens if an AI commits a crime?

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Tesla's Elon Musk Accuses SEC of Harassment, Broken Promises, and Chilling Free Speech

By Camila Laval, J.D.

On Feb. 17, Musk and Tesla's attorney Alex Spiro wrote a letter to Judge Allison Nathan, accusing the SEC of failing to fulfill its promise of distributing the $40 million penalty to Tesla shareholders, deciding instead to focus its energy and resources to muzzle and harass his clients.

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Texas Sues Meta for Violating State Biometric Privacy Law

By Joseph Fawbush, Esq.

While biometric data can be useful for unlocking your smartphone or providing additional security at company headquarters, it is also particularly vulnerable to cyberattacks. If the data is compromised, it's a lot easier to change a password than your fingerprints. 

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Jury Finds Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes Guilty on Four of Eleven Criminal Charges

By Laura Temme, Esq.

Holmes, a longtime name in Silicon Valley, founded Theranos on the promise of revolutionary blood-testing technology. But it seems that despite warnings from her own employees that the technology did not work, Holmes continued to solicit investors.

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Epic Appeals Decision in Fortnite Battle Royale With Apple

By FindLaw Staff

Online "battle royale" survival video game, Fornite, has captured global attention since its release in 2017 by software developer Epic Games, Inc. Boasting over 350 million registered accounts, Fortnite has a dedicated base of players across multiple gaming platforms.

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