Date Posted: Jun 24, 2019

The just-announced Facebook cryptocurrency, Libra, has triggered a new privacy outcry. Can Facebook be trusted not to mishandle users’ financial data? But there are questions even more momentous. Facebook’s partnerships with leading credit companies to …

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Videogame company EA Games is defending the “loot boxes” in its videogames, insisting that they have no ill effects on children. Loot boxes are apps that offer the player a way to …

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Attorneys licensed to practice in California completed their minimum continuing legal education requirement this January and reported by 1 February 2019, if their last names start with A-G. California groups attorneys by …

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Date Posted: Jun 10, 2019

Utah requires its attorneys to complete 24 or more hours of continuing legal education every two years. The June 30 deadline for course completion is fast approaching. (The reporting deadline is July 31.) Of the …

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The Land of Lincoln is ready to legalize cannabis—and it’s adding some justice to the law, by forgiving people for past marijuana violations. It will be the first state to legalize sales …

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A Facebook lawyer apparently thinks there is no privacy to lose if you use the social media platform—so Facebook can’t violate it.  The lawyer told US District Judge Vince Chhabria that users “have …

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