The Ripple Effect of the Video Privacy Protection Act

The Video Privacy Protection Act is a prime example of the law’s inconsistency. Constitutional law is the body of rules dictating the affairs of an organized group. It consists of basic rules that cannot be modified without an appropriate procedure. All other types of law (i.e., Statutory Law, Criminal law, Intellectual Property Law, etc.) must […]

U.S. SEC Rejects Grayscale's Spot Bitcoin ETF

The U.S. securities regulator on Wednesday rejected a proposal to list a spot bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) by Grayscale, one of the world’s biggest digital asset managers, on the NYSE Arca exchange. Grayscale responded with a legal challenge to the decision, the latest in a series of rejections of proposals for U.S. listings of spot […]

U.S. Bureau of Cyberspace and Digital Policy; Here’s What You Need to Know

On March 8, 2022, the American State Department launched a new cybersecurity bureau designed to improve digital diplomacy and online standards worldwide.   The Department of State’s new Bureau of Cyberspace and Digital Policy (CDP) began operations on April 4. According to the announcement, the “CDP bureau will address the national security challenges, economic opportunities, and implications for […]