No legal recourse for modern, technological crimes The seemingly limitless capabilities of various technological advances are both positive and negative. With new opportunities, it’s unfortunately possible to commit more harmful actions, including those that might legitimately be construed as crimes. Certainly, by general consensus, they can be objectionable, but not offend the letter of the... Continue Reading →
The threat of social media is becoming increasingly dangerous
Can social media be regulated? Having posted previously on potentially regulating social media platforms, I felt this topic required updating, not least owing to some drastic changes. To be unequivocally plain: social media is dangerous. It poses a very real threat, both on an individual, and global scale. Our existing relationship with social media is... Continue Reading →
Should social media platforms be officially regulated?
How can we monitor social media? I’m talking about potentially regulating the content accessible through sites like Facebook or Twitter. There is an impossibly vast quantity of data available on the internet, to the extent that a person can, in one day, consume information equivalent to the lifetime consumption of an average person 500 years... Continue Reading →