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Why AB 1127 Means Baby Changing Tables for All

About AB 1127 On October 13th, 2017, Governor Jerry Brown signed into state law, Bill AB 1127, requiring places like restaurants, movie theaters, retail stores, grocery stores, sports areas, and other facilities open to the public to have at least one baby changing station available to both men and women in public restrooms. Additionally, these“Why AB 1127 Means Baby Changing Tables for All”

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What exactly is Costa-Hawkins?

What is the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act? The Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act is a California law passed in 1995, preventing rent control requirements from affecting properties built after that year. This law has been supported by property owners and landlords because it allows them to rent their properties at the market rate. The city of“What exactly is Costa-Hawkins?”

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Think Your Write-In Doesn’t Matter? Guess Again…

Beware the write-in. In the recent May primary in Philadelphia, Drexel student Matthew Clewley won one of two executive committee seats in Ward 24, Division 10, the Powelton Village. What makes Clewley victory all the more impressive? He only needed two votes to do so. The fact that this election only counted three votes only“Think Your Write-In Doesn’t Matter? Guess Again…”

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Why should the GDPR matter to you?

Today, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect, meaning all companies that do business in the European Union will have new privacy data compliance regulations for the first time in around twenty years. The new regulation’s  ramifications are pervasive for consumers and data handling companies both in and out of“Why should the GDPR matter to you?”

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Are driverless cars the future of transportation?

Imagine how your daily commute to work or even to visit relatives states away could be transformed if your car took care of the driving for you. In several years, this could be a reality through driverless cars. Many assisted-driver systems exist in the automobile market today. Cruise control, automatic braking, collision avoidance, and lane“Are driverless cars the future of transportation?”

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What are the consequences of the loss of net neutrality for consumers and startups?

So what is net neutrality? The topic of net neutrality has dominated the internet for weeks. Many people have been speculating the implications of net neutrality in both the news and on social media. Will we have to pay more to access our favorite websites? Are startups and small businesses doomed? Is the internet as“What are the consequences of the loss of net neutrality for consumers and startups?”

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Does the iPhone X’s Face ID Put Your Privacy at Risk?

With current technology, we are left with almost nothing to wish for. A decade ago, the services available to us now would be unfathomable. Today, you can have groceries, a professional massage, or a latte delivered to your door in minutes just by using your smartphone. Smart Phone Revolution With the release of the iPhone“Does the iPhone X’s Face ID Put Your Privacy at Risk?”

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Small Business Advertisement Regulations

What is the FTC? The FTC (Federal Trade Commission) is the United States highest form of business regulation. The primary focus of the FTC is to protect consumers first and foremost, as well as maintain competition and try to prevent monopolies. The FTC focuses on both large corporations as well as small businesses. How does“Small Business Advertisement Regulations”

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