In listening to a recent interview with Katie Haun on Ezra Klein’s excellent podcast The Ezra Klein Show, I was made alive to the potential for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to serve as a means of funding up-and-coming artists; a use case that previously hadn’t occurred to me.Read more about NFTs, Status Objects, and Emerging Artists
Brandi Bue and Alex Paun: NGTC Student Fellows
Deepfakes and Hot Takes: An In-Depth Look at AI-Manipulated Media
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Thu, 03/18/2021Read more about Staff Opinion: LB 1091 Right for Nebraska
This post is a summary of an article entitled “Madison and Shannon on Social Media” authored by Gus Hurwitz, Menard Director of the Nebraska Governance and Technology Center that appears in Volume 3, Issue 2 of the Business, Entrepreneurship & Tax Law Review.
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This blog post supplements Tech Refactored episodes 4 and 5, titled "What is Law and Technology". Listen to the discussion here.
It is past time to acknowledge “Technology Law” as a distinct field of legal study focused on how law and technology foster, restrict, and otherwise shape each other’s evolution.Read more about The Case for "Technology Law"
This blog post supplements Tech Refactored episodes 4 and 5, titled "What is Law and Technology." Listen to the discussion here.
I consider myself a law and technology scholar. It wasn’t always so.Read more about Law and Technology: A Work in Progress
This post is a summary of the second Cybersecurity Law & Policy Scholars Conference session, “Cybersecurity Law Policy Pedagogy.” Menard Director of the Nebraska Governance and Technology Center (NGTC) Gus Hurwitz partnered with Jeff Kosseff (United States Naval Academy) and Alan Rozenshtein (Minnesota Law) to launch the CybersecurRead more about On The Record: Cybersecurity Legal Education