The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has given rise to many uncertainties, including whether women’s health data can be used as evidence in the prosecution of those who obtain an abortion. A notable percentage of young women in the United States use mobile applications to track their reproductive health.
With over 1.47 billion monthly active users on TikTok and over 1.44 billion monthly active users on Instagram, these two apps consume the lives of teens across the United States. With the increased use of TikTok and Instagram and the addictive nature of these social media apps, there has been an increase in mental health and behavioral problems and a higher susceptibility to invasive data collection practices.
In the rapidly evolving landscape of transportation, automated vehicles (“AVs”) are emerging as a prominent force. With SAE Levels 3 and higher signifying advanced automation capabilities, a significant shift in transportation dynamics is on the horizon. As the integration of AVs becomes increasingly imminent, cities are leading the way with pilot programs to assess AV capabilities, infrastructure, and policies.
This Piece examines the lack of AML regulations in the NFT space and argues that NFTs’ vulnerability to financial crime and money laundering warrants comprehensive AML regulation well-tailored to NFTs’ attendant privacy risks. It analyzes NFTs as a distinct asset class in tension with unregulated traditional art and other fungible digital assets under intense regulatory scrutiny.