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California is now the second U.S. state to require cellphone 'kill switches,' allowing users to remotely shut down a phone’s functionality.

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August 26  • 

Ask Avvo: Can my ex-husband halt my car purchase?

Avvo attorneys answer your legal questions.

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August 25  • 

7 essential apps for college campus safety

Here are seven apps every college student needs, addressing everything from sexual assault to drunk driving to suicide prevention.

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August 21  • 

Lisa Bloom answers your top questions on the Michael Brown case

Avvo legal analyst Lisa Bloom answers your top questions on the Michael Brown shooting, as the grand jury trial enters its second day.

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August 21  • 

Throwback Thursday: The Princess and the paparazzi

A look at privacy and harassment laws passed in the years since Princess Diana's “unlawful killing” by the paparazzi.

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August 20  • 

5 things to know before picking a vacation spot on Airbnb

The pitfalls of renting out your home are well-documented. What about risks to vacationers? Use this checklist to ensure a stress-free stay.

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August 20  • 

Your questions answered: What do I need to know about receiving child support?

Child Support Awareness month continues, with attorney answers to the most frequently asked questions about receiving child support.

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August 19  • 

Ask Avvo: Should I get involved with my employee’s mental health issue?

Avvo attorneys answer your legal questions.

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August 18  • 

Legal bloopers: When it comes to legal advice, know who’s giving it

Advice is only as good as the person giving it, right? One Reddit user forgot that age-old wisdom when he sought divorce advice on the site.

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