By Doug DePeppe In June, the US Supreme Court ruled in TransUnion v. Ramirez, 594 U.S. (2021), that plaintiffs suffering identity loss must show “concrete harm” to have standing to sue, at least in federal court. The case was a class action suit involving a class of individuals that had been improperly listed on a […]
Personal athlete brands online include: websites (owned/official, sponsored/sponsors, or governing bodies), social media personas (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook), and email (addresses)
By: B. Rhodes, Sports-ISAO In our increasingly complex world, it always good go back to the basics from time-to-time. This especially true for athletes, whose livelihood is their personal brand on the internet. From that perspective, personal athlete brands online includes: websites (owned/official, sponsored/sponsors, or governing bodies), social media personas (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook), and email […]
Pseudo-sites that exploit significant events to influence viewers, who use fringe authors and conspiracy theorists to do so.
Certain websites that are proxies of the Russian government have been concentrating on undermining the hegemony of the United States and disrupting ties with its allies since most of their creations in the early 2000’s. Throughout the years, these sites have built an ecosystem to broaden disinformation and propaganda and sway their viewers, especially when […]
Advocacy For International Democracy and Global Liberalism This is not a story about Sergei Magnitsky, yet he represents the inspiration for a global movement. This is not a story about Bill Browder, yet his efforts are pioneering a global phenomenon that champions democratic thinking and deters fascism and corruption. This piece is a story about […]