Month: November 2018

Washington Lawyer Explores Smart Cities & the Law

Smart Cities, Uneven Safeguards The Washington Lawyer, the D.C. Bar’s monthly magazine, explores the legal implications for so-called smart cities technologies that promise convenience but may cost citizens some of their privacy. In this article from KCG’s Sarah Kellogg, the Washington Lawyer explores how smart cities are raising alarms about data collection even as the …Continue

A Welcome End to the Election Season

I suspect that I’m not the only one who is is ready to have the 2018 election season come to an end. In fact, it seems like the 2016 cycle barely ended before the 2018 cycle began. And you can already see the 2020 presidential contest on the horizon, unfortunately. With so much at stake, …Continue