Legal Considerations for Producers of Homemade COVID-19 Protective Equipment

There are a lot of people of goodwill in the USA and the world making emergency supplies and equipment to protect against COVID-19. These actions are laudable and are a community response to the threat of flooding of cases of COVID-19 in hospitals. But we must keep in mind that the Food and Drug Administration ( FDA) and regulatory agencies in the world have protocols for approving equipment and supplies. The manufacturing places/sites have to…

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Immigration Visas for Professionals and Investors

America is a country of immigrants.  Historically, most of that immigration has happened via family ties. Individuals have sought better opportunities in this blessed land many times escaping poverty and/or persecution. With time, these individuals bring family members to enjoy the freedoms and opportunities this country offers. However, family immigration is not the only way to enter the USA legally.  Recently some visas and legal mechanisms that enable professionals and business owners to set their enterprises in…

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Facebook confronting lawsuits for use of face recognition technology

Thank you SHAIZAH HASAN for your contribution. As if it wasn’t enough with the Cambridge Analytica problem, Facebook is facing a class action lawsuit against their illegal use of a facial recognition on photos, without users’ approval. It seems like Mark Zuckerberg and his staff of social media geniuses can’t catch a break. Just a little over a week after Zuckerberg’s 10-hour testimony with Congress about Cambridge Analytics harvesting of user data, Facebook must now go to court for…

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