3Qs: Snapchat’s new privacy policy: What you should know

The mes­saging app recently updated its pri­vacy policy, causing an outcry among users. Here, law pro­fessor Jes­sica Silbey, an expert in intel­lec­tual prop­erty, explains what the new policy does—or doesn’t—change, and offers advice for social media users.

3Qs: Is the end near for daily fantasy sports?

Fed­eral and state author­i­ties have become par­tic­u­larly inter­ested in the prac­tices of daily fan­tasy sports web­sites like Fan­Duel and Boston-​​based DraftK­ings. Here, law pro­fessor Roger Abrams explains why observers con­clude the sites are games of chance and pre­dicts forth­coming fed­eral oversight.

3Qs: FIFA hit with ‘red card’ over corruption charges

The U.S. Depart­ment of Jus­tice on Wednesday indicted 14 indi­vid­uals on charges alleging wide­spread cor­rup­tion at FIFA, inter­na­tional soccer’s gov­erning body. Law pro­fessor Roger Abrams exam­ines the crim­inal inves­ti­ga­tion and what it could mean for the sport.