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Pictures of Optical Illusions and What They Say About You
Pictures of Optical Illusions and What They Say About You
New California Law Allows Consumers to Write Negative Reviews without Fear
New California Law Allows Consumers to Write Negative Reviews without ...
Legislators to Discuss Online Security after HealthCare.gov Hacked
Legislators to Discuss Online Security after HealthCare.gov Hacked
Google to Pay $19 Million for Kids’ In App Purchases
Google to Pay $19 Million for Kids’ In App Purchases
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Pictures of Optical Illusions and What They Say About You

Pictures of Optical Illusions and What They Say About You Summary: A few pictures of optical illusions or tricky images and word sequences that expose the way the brain thinks. For over a century, psychologists have delighted in figuring out how the mind works by noting how it fails. We…>read more

No Comment September 16, 2014

New California Law Allows Consumers to Write Negative Reviews without Fear

New California Law Allows Consumers to Write Negative Reviews without Fear Summary: Governor Jerry Brown has signed new legislation that prohibits restaurants from fining or taking legal action against customers who leave negative reviews online. Channel3000 reports that a new law has been established in California that allows users to post honest…>read more

No Comment September 15, 2014

Legislators to Discuss Online Security after HealthCare.gov Hacked

Legislators to Discuss Online Security after HealthCare.gov Hacked Summary: A full week of Internet security meetings is planned for Capitol Hill this week after the Obamacare website was breached by hackers. Cybersecurity is a hot topic on Capitol Hill this week, The Hill reports. After the HealthCare.gov website…>read more

No Comment September 8, 2014

Google to Pay $19 Million for Kids’ In App Purchases

Google to Pay $19 Million for Kids’ In App Purchases Summary: Many parents complained that it was too easy for their children to buy hundreds of dollars worth of apps in Google’s app store. In response to an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission, Google will pay $19 million to…>read more

No Comment September 5, 2014

Project Wing, Drone Delivery Service, Revealed by Google

Project Wing, Drone Delivery Service, Revealed by Google Summary: Google has introduced Project Wing, a drone delivery service that is expected to be available for commercial use in the next few years. The New York Times reports that last week, Google introduced Project Wing to the world. Project…>read more

No Comment September 1, 2014

Judge Denies Apple’s Request for Permanent Injunction Against Samsung

Judge Denies Apple’s Request for Permanent Injunction Against Samsung Summary: A California judge has rejected Apple’s request for a permanent injunction against Samsung despite acknowledging the company’s patent infringement.  The latest bid by Apple for a permanent injunction against Samsung Electronics Co Ltd has been rejected by a United States…>read more

No Comment August 28, 2014

Cumberland School of Law Announces eDiscovery Institute & Review Center

Cumberland School of Law Announces eDiscovery Institute & Review Center Summary: The Cumberland School of Law has announced the opening of its eDiscovery Institute & Review Center, which will provide students with the opportunity to engage in the most up to date methods of electronic discovery. Cumberland School of Law…>read more

No Comment August 26, 2014

New Study Finds 22 Percent of Law Firms Encrypt Emails

New Study Finds 22 Percent of Law Firms Encrypt Emails Summary: A new study from LexisNexis has found that just 22 percent of law firms encrypt the email conversations sent to clients and third parties.  A new study from LexisNexis found that nine in 10 law firms use email for business…>read more

No Comment August 25, 2014

California Rules Google’s Self-Driving Cars Will Require Steering Wheels and Brake Pedals

California Rules Google’s Self-Driving Cars Will Require Steering Wheels and Brake Pedals Summary: Considering the experimental stage of Google’s self-driving cars, California’s Department of Motor Vehicles has issued new rules that will require “autonomous” vehicles to have steering wheels and brake pedals so that drivers in need could take over immediate physical…>read more

No Comment August 25, 2014

Heirs Granted Access to Online Accounts in Delaware

Heirs Granted Access to Online Accounts in Delaware Summary: Delaware has become the first state to pass a law allowing heirs to inherit digital access to online accounts, such as Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, and other services. What happens to your online identity when you die? So far, as far…>read more

No Comment August 21, 2014

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