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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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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 7  • 

3 potential legal pitfalls for Kickstarter ‘creators’

Crowdfunding platform Kickstarter is an excellent tool for entrepreneurs, provided they protect themselves against potential legal pitfalls.

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August 1  • 

5 keys to kick butt on Kickstarter and jump-start your small business

Smart entrepreneurs can leverage Kickstarter for their new businesses. Learn the basics and follow these 5 rules for start-up success.

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August 1  • 

How to beat the cable guys this moving season

Cable companies are the most-hated corporations in America. How to score a win against TV giants this moving season.

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July 9  • 

Supreme Court rejects Google’s wiretapping appeal, curbs tech industry power 

The Supreme Court sides with lower court, holding that Google illegally wiretapped users' home networks and misused data.

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June 13  • 

Regulating the Air: The Future of Drones and American Privacy

Separating science and fiction — today's drone types, current regulations, major obstacles to drone use, and who uses drones in America.

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