Tag Archives: Constitution

A Bronx Tale of Court Delays

While New York City is known for its fast pace, uptown in the Bronx, underfunded criminal courts move through cases at a painfully slow rate. According to borough public defenders, this jeopardizes the

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CISPA is Not SOPA 2.0

…but that doesn’t mean it’s necessarily a good thing, either. CISPA, which stands for Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Possession Act, focuses its sights on the prevention of cyber threats; SOPA was all about

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Constutition v. Computing

What happens when a document originally written over two hundred years ago collides headfirst with modern computing? Inevitably, confusion and conflict are the result. In the March 12th article, “When Does the Constitution

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