Miya Marcano’s family attorney has more questions than answers following release of autopsy report

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – The family attorney for a murdered college student is responding to the recently released report from the medical examiner. “We were hoping that we could get the answers to many questions that the family has been having for the last 12 weeks,” Attorney Daryl Washington said. Miya Marcano’s family attorney said… Read More »

Here’s what you should know about the latest student loan pause extension | Personal Finance

The pursuit of higher education has been an integral step in achieving the American Dream since James Truslow Adams coined the phrase in 1931. He defined the American Dream as the hope for “a better, richer and happier life for all our citizens of every rank.” Collectively, though, people in the United States have racked… Read More »

New York City Enacts Law Restricting Use of Artificial Intelligence in Employment Decisions

December 27, 2021 Click for PDF Effective January 1, 2023, New York City employers will be restricted from using artificial intelligence machine-learning products in hiring and promotion decisions.  In advance of the effective date, employers who already rely upon these AI products may want to begin preparing to ensure that their use comports with the… Read More »

K-12 Cybersecurity Act Signed Into Law

Present Joe Biden signed the K-12 Cybersecurity Act into law, which lays out four objectives with the goal of strengthening the cybersecurity of the United States’ K-12 educational institutions. What do these mean for schools?  What Is the K-12 Cybersecurity Act?? Introduced by U.S. Representative James R. Langevin (D-RI) as H.R.4691 in July, the K-12… Read More »