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United States Trails Europe in Data Protection

United States Trails Europe in Data Protection

Photo provided courtesy of Unsplash.com By Christina Pici, Staff Writer In a world where technology is at the forefront of people’s everyday lives, data protection has become an unavoidable topic. Data protection is the process of safeguarding important information from corruption, compromise, or loss.[1] In general, data security refers specifically […]

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Brexit and the Expected Issues of an Irish Border

By: Isabella Simon, Staff Writer Brexit has been a messy divorce between the United Kingdom (“UK”) and the other 27 European Union (“EU”) countries, and politicians across Europe are doing everything they can to sign the papers and move on. The UK, comprised of four countries (England, Scotland, Wales, and […]

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The EU Copyright Law Creates Uncertainty Among Tech Giants and Public Users as to How Guidelines Will be Met

By: Claude Ngatchou, Staff Writer   On March 26, 2018, the European Union (“EU”) Parliament voted to approve the controversial amendments to the EU Copyright Directive, Articles 11 and 13.[1] The amendments have sparked outrage from large companies, as well as individuals in the European population, resulting in demonstrations against […]

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