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Faculty News
6/5/2018 12:20:43 PM
Prof. Catherine Hardee comments on US Supreme Court's ruling in same-sex wedding cake case
Wedding Cake

Speaking to the San Francisco Chronicle, Prof. Catherine Hardee comments on the seemingly conflicting messages from Monday's long-awaited U.S. Supreme Court ruling on a Colorado baker's refusal to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.

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Faculty News
6/1/2018 9:24:00 AM
Justin Brooks adds weight to prove innocence of Argentinian man
Justin Brooks

La Gaceta reports on the significant impact of Justin Brooks traveling to Argentina to investigate a case where two French girls were murdered in a national park.

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Faculty News
5/30/2018 8:10:44 AM
Prof. James Cooper Makes the Case for Rebranding the Term “Hackers”
Hacking

In an op-ed for Cointime, Prof. James Cooper makes the case for removing the negative connotation commonly attributed to the term hacker explaining how hacking can be a good thing.

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Faculty News
5/25/2018 12:42:28 PM
Prof. Nancy Kim on Why Facebook Data Use Payouts Won’t Work
Professor Nancy S. Kim

Following the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica data fiasco, Professor Nancy Kim explains why royalty payouts for data use won’t work.

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Faculty News
5/25/2018 8:58:59 AM
Prof. James Cooper on How Averting Trade Wars Gives Room for a New Technology Breakthrough
Prof. James Cooper

In an op-ed for Cointime, Professor James Cooper explains how blockchain technology will establish a universally transparent ledger so that the trade of goods and services can be facilitated without resorting to traditional intermediaries.

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