Does DARPA’s Legal Structure Lead to Ethical Lapses?
The agency’s design allows it to develop advanced technologies, some of which present ethical implications.
Solving the Problem of Prison Gerrymandering
The U.S. Census Bureau should count incarcerated people where they are from—not where they are incarcerated.
Recentering Worker Welfare in the Breakup Debates
Scholar shows how current antitrust remedies fail to consider effects on workers.
The Truth About Toxic Prisons
Scholar argues that many U.S. prisons are built on hazardous waste sites and lack oversight.
The Magnification of Arrest Information
Scholar shows that regulatory bodies use arrests as informational proxies—but that this use has its costs.
The Wild West of Fertility Clinics
Legal experts argue that the fertility industry is largely unregulated and poses risks to patients.
Regulatory Control of Potentially Addictive Drugs
Scholar explains why the DEA—not FDA—has power over the classification of potentially addictive substances.
The Paranormal Nature of Ghost Kitchens
Online-only cooking warehouses are on the rise—but they may evade traditional food safety regulations.