Law, Virtual Reality, and Augmented Reality

  What types of crime can be committed in VR/AR, and how should law enforcement and courts prepare for the growth in virtual interactions and VR social spaces, as well as the challenging questions over jurisdiction, consent, and ownership/liability for… Read More ›


Yates vs. United States, or why Sarbanes Oxley is not for every federal agency

The Supreme Court recently ruled in Yate vs. United States – a case where a fisherman was prosecuted under Sarbanes-Oxley after he had successfully disposed of undersized fish which had been caught illegally – in a 5-4 opinion that Sarbanes-Oxley’s provision on document destruction… Read More ›