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Facebook Scandals and Internet Security

In March, it was revealed that Cambridge Analytica, a U.K.-based data-mining firm, used Facebook to collect demographic information on tens of millions of Americans. The controversy has sparked a conversation about the ethics of data mining.

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Climate Change, the Environment and the Law

Climate change has been more prevalent in the past few years as global temperatures have risen. This blog discusses the definition of climate change, the current U.S. government administration’s policies on and responses to this change, and how users can research this topic in HeinOnline.

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Do You Know How Much You’re Eating?

In early February, the House passed legislation which would amend how restaurants would provide the calorie count. Although restaurant owners are in favor of the updated legislation, public health experts are raising concerns. Lets research this topic using HeinOnline!

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Citizens United and Its Impact on Campaign Financing: A Brief Overview

Money and politics have strolled hand-in-hand since the founding of the United States, when wealthy, well-connected candidates financed their own political campaigns. In fact, George Washington spent about $8,000 in today’s currency on alcohol to “treat” voters on election day.

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New Language Facet Feature in the Law Journal Library!

A new facet has been added to the Law Journal Library which allows users to refine search results by language. This new tool is useful for users who are looking for journals written primarily in a specific language. All languages are coded at the journal title level. Check it out!

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Deadly Shootings and Gun Laws

In the first seven weeks of 2018, there have been several school shootings in the United States. With the latest school shootings, and other mass shootings, there has been on ongoing debate circling gun laws. Let’s take a look at what has been happening and what laws are currently in place.

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Now We Got Bad Blood: Taylor Swift & Copyright Law

Recently, singer-songwriter Taylor Swift has had to shake off claims that she stole her lyrics for her famous 2014 hit single “Shake It Off.” Call it what you want, but Swift has caused some bad blood in the industry.

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Profile of Judge Jon O. Newman

Judge Jon O. Newman is the author of Hein’s top-selling book of 2017, Benched, but he’s also a well-known and prolific figure in the judicial community. So much so, in fact, that Benched has a foreword by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.

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British Tax Review Archives Now Available in the Law Journal Library!

HeinOnline is always on the lookout for relevant content to enhance the value of existing databases, and that’s especially true of the Law Journal Library. Back in 2000, this database began with about 25 journals. Today, it contains nearly 2,500 periodicals, all dating back to inception.

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