Jun 9th 2017
This Week in Law 389
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Existential notions of who we are going to sue? Never! Join Mike Keyes, Natalie Nicol, Denise Howell, and Matthew Curtis as they discuss where you can practice math without a license. The Supreme Court is checking on just where you lost your privacy. 3D printing your clothes? How bigly is it that this AI says I am awesome!
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- Topher Brophy
- Topher sensation
- Mats Gets Fined For Criticizing The Mathematics Behind Red Light Traffic Cameras
- Natalie on Franklin's show!
- What the Supreme Court’s Varsity Brands Ruling Means for Fashion
- Louis Vuitton and Jeff Coons partner on "Masters" collection
- Jeff Koons unveils new project - painting handbags for LV
- Louis Vuitton collaborates with artist Jeff Koons on new series of bags
- The New World of 3D Printing … and Counterfeiting
- Forever 21, Urban Outfitters Slapped with Nearly $1 Million Suit Over Tupac Imagery
- Why Counterfeit Sports Merch Is on the Rise Despite Government Efforts to Fight Fakes
- Supreme Court Will Hear Significant Cell Phone Tracking Case
- Why are there dots on my paper?
- What are Brands Really Paying Ambassadors to Do?
- Seeking to Bank on Trump's Marketability, People are Rushing to Register "Covfefe"
- Harvard Yanks 10 Acceptance Letters Over Offensive Facebook Posts
- How constitutional is it for POTUS to block people on Twitter?
- AI Writing Bot Says I'm Awesome