Author: Milgrom Team

Recent Crypto Enforcement Actions and the Brewing Battle Between Regulators for Jurisdiction Over Digital Assets

Readers of my last, irresistibly juicy blog post, “First-Ever Court Ruling Means Your Utility Token May Be an Unregistered Security,” know that the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) recently landed a blow against blockchain-based media company LBRY when a district court in New Hampshire held that LBRY’s native “utility token,”

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The Diverging Paths of AI Regulation

This focus on the benefits of AI follows a longer societal trend where there is increasing recognition that AI has countless untapped benefits. Whether it was Alphazero demonstrating new playing styles in chess, dramatically improving efficiency in insurance writing and claims processing, or countries using facial recognition to monitor their

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Homelessness in Colorado: Denver Ballot Issue 303

Just a few weeks ago, Denver residents were asked to vote on Denver Ballot Issue 303. A YES vote on the ballot measure would have required the city to perform enforcement sweeps of unauthorized camping sites within 72 hours of a complaint being filed, while also creating a process for

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Steps Small Businesses Can Take to Combat Climate Change

The science is clear, and when we look outside and see smoke-ridden skies, experience unprecedented flooding, or suffer the consequences of historic droughts, it’s in our face: climate change is here. Our climate and environment are changing–and how we interact with it should change.

As the recent and somewhat terrifying

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What COVID-19 Shows About Facebook’s Oversight Board

Non-profits, politicians, and policy advocates have often argued for amended moderation standards for Facebook. Republicans and conservative non-profits have often stated that Facebook’s moderation of content, especially conservative content, amounts to censorship, whereas Democrats have often asked for significantly more content moderation. In fact, Democrats have now discussed removing Facebook’s

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Tattoos, Copyright Law, and the Doctrine of Fair Use

The murmuring conversation surrounding tattoos as copyrightable art is growing increasingly loud. Tattoos, once stereotyped as a heart surrounding “mom” on a nostalgic sailor’s shoulder, are now coveted artworks which can shape an individual’s identity and how one is seen by the world. Would Mike Tyson’s persona be the same

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6 Tips for Purchasing a Used Tiny Home on Wheels

Home is where the heart is, even if it’s tiny. The tiny home market is massive and continuing to grow, and many buyers opt to purchase used instead of new. While this is a great option, there are a few items that we encourage purchasers of used tiny homes on

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