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On September 12, 2014 By Ryan Dewey September 14, 2014
US Magazine and People are no longer the only sources revealing intimate details about the private lives of celebrities. Over the holiday weekend, hundreds of nude celebrity photos were made available to a few million more than their intended audience. Among the stars hacked were Kate Upton, Kirsten Dunst, and most notably, Jennifer Lawrence.
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The dating game has changed. In our fast-paced society, formal courtship has been supplanted by big businesses playing matchmaker. A 2013 study shows that one in ten Americans has used an online dating service or a mobile app equivalent. The stigma associated with online dating has lessened, and social [...]Continue Reading →
Courts Split on the Constitutionality of NSA Surveillance Programs — Rand Paul Wants to Settle the Issue in the US Supreme Court
On February 12, 2014 By Dahni Barav January 14, 2015
Do you have a telephone? Want to join a class action against the NSA? Rand Paul plans to file a class action lawsuit against the National Security Agency (NSA), and he’s looking for people to join in the suit. He claims that the NSA’s practice of collecting phone records for 100 million people under [...]Continue Reading →
According to one website, 30% of men and 13% of women admit to using their work computers to look at Internet porn. This poses obvious problems for employers, such as lost productivity and potential lawsuits (workplace pornography can be considered sexual harassment). However, CNET reports that one software company, Utah-based Paraben, [...]Continue Reading →
On October 12, 2008 By JETLaw October 12, 2008
As cloud computing becomes more popular, privacy concerns associated with the technology become more worrisome. What is cloud computing anyway? Although there are many different categories of cloud computing and quite a bit of confusion as to what exactly it is, it generally refers to the idea of users running applications and storing [...]Continue Reading →
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