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  This past June, the Supreme Court decided the case Carpenter v. United States,[1]  which some may call one of the most influential and important opinions of our time. This case calls into question the government’s access to information provided by a device that is most probably within one foot of you right now. That’s right – your cell phone. The issue presented in this case is whether the Government conducts a search under the Fourth Amendment when it accesses […]

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On Wednesday, September 12, 2018 the European Parliament voted in favor of a new copyright directive.[1] This vote occurred two years after the European Commission put forth their proposal in 2016.[2] There has been tremendous controversy over this reform that resulted in the issue going viral on social media.[3] It even sparked its own website and organization promoting awareness of the changes and encouraging citizens to write to their MEPs expressing their opposition.[4]   There are two articles of the […]

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                    In August of this year the City of Creve Coeur, the named party in a class action, filed an action against the video streaming services Netflix and Hulu for failing to comply with the Video Services Providers Act, which was enacted by the state of Missouri in 2007.[1] The Act enables a “franchise entity,” such as a town, to collect a fee from video service providers that were previously authorized […]

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  Dish Network has taken Univision, a broadcast television network, to court over Univision’s Facebook streaming of the Liga MX soccer games.[1]  In simplistic form, the issue before the District Court in the Southern District of New York, was whether a difference in the telecast language makes the same soccer match into two different telecasts.[2] Univision streamed soccer matches in English on Facebook, and Dish Network provided the same games in Spanish on television.[3] Univision asserts that this is not […]

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Music legend John Lennon, former Beatles star, once sung the words “you may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one.”[1] These words, which make up the chorus for one of his most famous songs, Imagine, have a unique significance today, as the future of hundreds of thousands of “Dreamers” seems uncertain.[2] As …

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It is our distinct pleasure to announce that the following students’ Notes have been selected for publication in Volume 37 of the Cardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal: Sahara F. Farzaneh Peter Z. Polack Julia Spivak Jaclyn Wishnia   Please join me in congratulating our colleagues on their accomplishment. The submissions this year were very impressive …

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How far as a society are we willing to go to accept wrongdoings of public figures when we believe in the policies they promote? Are we really willing to separate personal decisions from professional ones? Are they truly not one in the same? Over the past few weeks, these questions surrounding the sexual harassment allegations …

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With the world becoming more technologically advanced, we are finding ourselves producing and collecting data in all aspects of our lives. Although much of this data is collected for beneficial reasons, it comes with a trade off of privacy. Whether it is the tracking of GPS locations, web search history, or device usage, another party …

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The Supreme Court’s ruling this past summer in Matal v. Tam was more than just a decision on the titles that could be used when registering one’s mark, it was also a vindication to those whom slurs have been used against; an opportunity to reclaim the word and change its meaning or at the very …

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Public transportation is the foundation of modern cities across the globe. Cities such as New York City expanded rapidly after the advent of the subway in particular, as the flat riding fee enabled residents to move out of tenements to the outer boroughs.[1] However, many transit systems were built decades ago, and cities everywhere are …

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