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Washington Post Can the government use the fugitive disentitlement doctrine to prevent residents of foreign countries from contesting the seizure of their property? (“In an important case currently before the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, the federal government is claiming that they can use the ‘fugitive disentitlement’ doctrine to prevent criminal suspects […]

There are numerous TV series about computer hackers who have failed to draw a large audience, let alone portray computer hacking with any degree of authenticity. CSI: Cyber (2015 – 2016) used to hack the code gibberish and animations to explain. Scorpion (2014 -) had a notorious scene that included gratuitous action to make the […]

Why Apple / iPhone were right not to cooperate with the FBI in the San Bernardino Terrorism case; viewed in Light of the NSA hack A while back, Apple had been ordered by a US court to help the FBI access data – or, in other words, hack their own device – on an iPhone […]

Medical Marijuana Issues that Have Arisen in Ohio as a Result of their New Program When Ohio Governor John Kasich last month effectively legalized medical marijuana in Ohio with his signature, the state became the 25th in the United States to legalize an extensive medical cannabis program, according to a count by the National Conference […]

The Expansion of the Medical Marijuana Program in New York Moving to address complaints about new medical marijuana program New York, the state’s Health Department is making significant changes in access to the drug, including making a home delivery program, very likely to expand by the end of October. The program, which saw its first […]