Apple invokes First Amendment

Bloomberg Law Brief with June Grasso. Andrea Matwyshyn, a law pro­fessor at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity, and Nate Car­dozo, a lawyer at the Elec­tronic Fron­tier Foun­da­tion, dis­cuss the ongoing dis­pute between Apple […]

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Apple and the FBI

Today’s topic: Apple and its deci­sion to pick a fight with the U.S. gov­ern­ment over demands to create a secu­rity “back-​​​​door” into its iPhones, so inves­ti­ga­tors can unlock a phone […]

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How big pharma could lose the war on disease

Biol­o­gist Kim Lewis of North­eastern Uni­ver­sity, who has studied antibi­otic devel­op­ment, sees the pri­mary problem as the lack of any method for finding promising com­pounds. All the amazing progress a half […]

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If you think of Putin, he has won

Brandon Vale­riano of the Uni­ver­sity of Glasgow and Ryan Maness of North­eastern Uni­ver­sity started the debate in For­eign Affairs mag­a­zine on April 30. Claiming that “Putin is not as strong as […]

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