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The Internet of Vulnerable Things

April 16, 2019
By Adam Pan ’19

What duty do technology companies owe their customers to provide secure devices and software?

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Government Accountability in the Age of Automation

April 9, 2019
By Ben Rashkovich

Our government is leaning on algorithms more and more to analyze, assess, and decide the fates of its citizens.

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The Answers Are Right Here: Partisan Gerrymandering Oral Arguments

April 9, 2019
By Jake van Leer

The United States Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments in two cases challenging the constitutionality of partisan gerrymanders in Maryland and North Carolina.

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Back to Basics: Why Partisan Gerrymandering Violates the First Amendment

March 12, 2019
By Simon Brewer

MFIA filed an amicus brief opposing partisan gerrymandering on behalf of the Floyd Abrams Institute for Freedom of Expression at Yale Law School.

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