Milad Emamian

Maintaining Local Values in the Face of Digital Platforms

Maintaining Local Values in the Face of Digital Platforms

Academics argue that city authorities could cooperate with tech companies to align their values.

The Cowboy State Tames Bitcoin’s Regulatory Wild West

The Cowboy State Tames Bitcoin’s Regulatory Wild West

Wyoming’s first cryptocurrency bank may herald a new era of U.S. cryptocurrency regulation.

Oh, When the Feds Go Marching-In

Oh, When the Feds Go Marching-In

Marching-in could allow federal government to commercialize inventions, but at the expense of patent rights.

Life in Plastic Is Not Fantastic

Life in Plastic Is Not Fantastic

To save the seas from tiny plastics, a business leader proposes that plastics producers self-regulate.

Central Bank Digital Currency Is Inevitable

Central Bank Digital Currency Is Inevitable

Economist argues that central banks must issue digital currencies.

Autonomous Weapons Under International Humanitarian Law

Autonomous Weapons Under International Humanitarian Law

Expert asserts that military use of autonomous weapons could be meaningfully regulated under international humanitarian law.

India’s Aadhaar Needs Checks and Balances

India’s Aadhaar Needs Checks and Balances

Scholars call for changing the legal framework of India’s national identification registry.

GDPR and Artificial Intelligence

GDPR and Artificial Intelligence

Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation could impact AI startups that depend heavily on data.

Your COVID-19 Immunity Papers, Please

Your COVID-19 Immunity Papers, Please

Coronavirus immunity certificates could permit recovered persons to escape lockdown restrictions.

The Long Road to SNAP

The Long Road to SNAP

U.S. food stamp programs grapple with a new wave of scrutiny.

Unemployment and COVID-19

Unemployment and COVID-19

As the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S. economy, over ten million Americans filed for unemployment insurance.

A Power of Monumental Proportions

A Power of Monumental Proportions

Presidents can create national monuments, but a debate rages over whether they can modify them.