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#190: Thinking Outside the (X)Box

August 16, 2017

What does government have to do with video games? Censorship and the First Amendment may come to mind, but that’s only a small piece of...


#189: Fighting Online Sex Trafficking

August 11, 2017

Recently, Senators Rob Portman (R-OH) and Claire McCaskill (D-MO) introduced the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA). The bill is gaining co-sponsors and support on...


#188: Sex Offenders and Social Media

August 4, 2017

Sex offenders are often banned from playgrounds and schoolyards, but what about social networks? Should policymakers treat the virtual world the same as the real...


#187: Engaging Cuba

July 31, 2017

Like most things in Cuba, the Internet is complicated. While only a tiny percentage of homes have WiFi, nearly a third of Cubans went online...


#186: Road to the Driverless Future Part 2 (Mass Transit)

July 14, 2017

As the autonomous future approaches, what will it mean for public transit? Cities across the world are testing new technologies, such as collision avoidance and...


#185: Law Enforcement Seeks Data Abroad

July 10, 2017

In the Digital Age, your data could be stored anywhere in the world, regardless of where you live. So happens when your police department is...