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Elon Musk as the Sole Director of Twitter

Elon Musk as the Sole Director of Twitter

by Amber Pavucsko, Staff Writer In April 2022, Elon Musk announced his plans to purchase the social media company Twitter for 44 billion dollars.[1] However, just three months later, he backed out of the deal stating that Twitter failed to give enough data to determine how many accounts were fake […]

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The New Battleground for Free Speech

The New Battleground for Free Speech

Photo provided via Pexels.com.   The New Battleground for Free Speech By Josh Larkin, Staff Writer   The United States was founded on the idea of each citizen having certain inalienable rights and freedoms that could not be taken away from an overreaching federal government. Often considered the cornerstone of […]

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Immigration Court Backlog Surpasses One Million Cases

By: Margaret Potter, Staff Writer   Two years after taking office, the Trump administration enforced quotas on immigration judges in 2018 requiring each judge “…to clear seven hundred cases a year or get docked points on their performance evaluations.”[1] In addition to this burden on immigration judges, then Attorney General […]

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Summer SCOTUS Roundup: First Amendment, Sex Offenders, and Social Media in Packingham v. North Carolina

  By Karissa Murphy, Executive Editor In 2002, Lester Packingham, a 21-year-old college student, became a registered sex offender after pleading guilty to taking indecent liberties with a child — having sex with a 13-year-old girl.[1] In 2010, Packingham logged onto his personal Facebook account and posted a statement celebrating […]

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Can Obama Sue Trump for His Wiretapping Claims?

  By Maura Perri, Staff Writer On March 4, 2017, President Donald Trump turned to Twitter to tell his nearly 27 million followers: “Just found out that Obama had my ‘wires tapped’ in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing found…” and “How low as President Obama gone to tapp […]

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#RaiseTheCat: An IP Law Story

By Joseph Baublitz, Staff Writer A new hashtag has been trending with Pennsylvanians and NBA fans to celebrate the Philadelphia 76ers’ wins, #RaiseTheCat. This celebration has become viral. A company, however, has filed for a trademark on the hashtag, which may chill any efforts to raise money for an animal […]

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