Using Social Media During Pending Family Law Litigation

Emily Parkin

The improper use of social media by parties during pending family law litigation can result in detrimental effects that impact custody, child support and alimony outcomes. As but one example, recent social media posts made by Kanye West criticizing his ex-wife Kim Kardashian have generated not only media attention but […]

Criminal Law and social protest in Cuba

Emily Parkin

Criminal Law responds, by definition, to the needs of order and security. However, humanist perspectives have historically intervened in its field, until today, to seek less damaging solutions and minimize the criminal consequences that involve the alienation of individuals from society. In this, there are several criminal principles that seek […]

Pakistan: New cybercrime law threatens to to stifle social media dissent | Asia | An in-depth look at news from across the continent | DW

Emily Parkin

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government recently passed a cybercrime ordinance that prescribes a punishment up to five years in jail for posting “fake news” about government officials, the military and judiciary on social media. Human rights groups have said the Prevention of Electronic Crimes (Amendment) Ordinance 2022 is merely […]

Advancing DeFi Lending With a Social Graph Credit System

Emily Parkin

By Ritik Dutta, founder of Sublime Finance Blockchain is disrupting traditional finance from all angles. This technology has the power to democratize the world of finance, giving everyone equal access to self banking tools and infrastructure. For instance, outdated lending and borrowing processes in traditional finance are not only expensive and complicated, […]