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    Reading Between the Lines: The Chilling Effects of Florida’s New “Book Ban” Bill

    May 20, 2022By Janella Lopez

    “We must all be alike. Not everyone born free and equal, as the Constitution says, but everyone made equal . . . . A book is a loaded gun in the house next door. Burn it. Take the shot from the weapon. Breach man’s mind.” – Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451 (1953) The only way to […]

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    NFTs or Trademark Infringement?

    May 18, 2022By Gladis Guardado

    We’ve all heard the term Non-Fungible Token (“NFT”), but how can they affect intellectual property rights? An NFT is a token that is not interchangeable and represents unique assets owned by a specific individual.[i] Think of an NFT as a digital collector’s item; it is a digital asset representing objects like art, music, in-game items, […]

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    Seeking Employment? Proceed with Caution on Social Media

    May 3, 2022By Marcos LLobell

    It is 2022, and the age of social media is at its peak and more powerful than ever.  A simple search of a name can generate someone’s personal life in just a matter of seconds.  Nowadays, most people who are seeking employment use some sort of social networking site. In order to keep up with […]

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    According to Kanye West, it is Time to Free Music–Is he Right?

    April 11, 2022By Genesis Perez

    Kanye West surprised the world when he announced that his new album “DONDA 2” will not be available on streaming services like Apple, Amazon, Spotify, and YouTube.[i]  The artist, who legally changed his name to “Ye,” has always been vocal about the lack of control artists have over their work.  The Grammy award winner said: […]

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