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November 19  • 

3-D printing makes courtroom evidence high-tech and tactile

3-D printing technology has made waves in the manufacturing, architecture and medicine industries. You can now add law to that list.

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November 10  • 

Internet in the fast lane: Sure to make you lose your mind

Lisa Bloom: "Internet users should have equal access to everything on the web, without favoritism to the big players."

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November 10  • 

Skip the plastic: 10 payment apps to keep you safe

Looking for a less-hackable way to pay? 10 methods of payment that may be safer than debit and credit cards, both online and off.

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November 3  • 

What to know about leaving negative reviews online

A consumer's guide to leaving negative reviews -- the facts about lawsuits over negative reviews and your right to express opinions online.

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October 27  • 

Vote now! 5 excellent election guides

A list of helpful election guides, whether you want explanations of key issues, advice on who to support, or a way to track the action.

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October 21  • 

How domestic abusers use technology to track partners, and how to protect yourself

Technology allows domestic violence abusers to track and spy on their victims. Here, the steps to shut down stalking methods and get help.

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October 8  • 

44 percent of elementary students using smartphones, and other surprising tech trends

A look at student tech trends in elementary through high school, and how attitudes are shifting around technology in schools.

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September 3  • 

Legal implications of the Jennifer Lawrence nude photo leak

Legally speaking, obtaining and disseminating private photos through unlawful hacking is not only creepy, it’s illegal and possibly tortious.

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August 28  • 

Throwback Thursday: Whistleblower laws, from Deep Throat to Snowden

This August marks the 40th anniversary of Richard Nixon's resignation. A look at the changes to whistleblower laws since Deep Throat's day.

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August 26  • 

Cellphone ‘kill switches’ now required by law in California

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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