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Elsbeth Magilton J.D.: Space, Cyber, and Telecommunications Law and Policy Touch Every Satellite, Every Phone Call, Every Online Transaction
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Elsbeth Magilton J.D.: Space, Cyber, and Telecommunications Law and Policy Touch Every Satellite, Every Phone Call, Every Online Transaction

The world is changing, and it’s nothing like it was even twenty years ago. Most miraculous futuristic things described by sci-fi classics back in the sixties and the seventies are now mundane, if not boring. So, it’s no wonder that education has to keep up with this technological advancement got loose. Apparently, some colleges already …

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KeepSolid CEO Vasiliy Ivanov: We Believe GDPR Is a Good Intention
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KeepSolid CEO Vasiliy Ivanov: We Believe GDPR Is a Good Intention

In the digital age, many commercial companies and even governments think of going paperless, and some even weigh on shifting towards cashless economy. The reasons for that urge are fairly obvious: it’s friendly to the environment, it’s convenient, and, of course, it’s cost-effective. However, there’s still a long way to go until even our signatures …

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Space Lawyer Ian Perry: Current Lack of Real Property Rights on Celestial Bodies Will Run Into Problems
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Space Lawyer Ian Perry: Current Lack of Real Property Rights on Celestial Bodies Will Run Into Problems

In the previous part of the space law interview, we talked with Mr. Perry mostly about United States laws on space, and only scratched the surface of the international dimension of this legislative area. This time, we took a closer look at the international agreements on space, and, most importantly, at what they could be …

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Space Lawyer Ian Perry: Current Lack of Real Property Rights on Celestial Bodies Will Run Into Problems
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Space Lawyer Ian Perry: U.S. Law Treats Space Resources Like Fish in the Ocean

As the humanity draws nearer to the final frontier, its interests logically change from purely scientific to something more business-oriented. Space tourism is already a thing, private companies are already launching rockets to the Low Earth orbit (LEO), and chances are we’ll see a privately owned space station the next decade. The rules of the …

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SpaceFab.US CEO Randy Chung: U.S. Government Is Providing an Encouraging Environment for Commercial Spaceflight
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SpaceFab.US CEO Randy Chung: U.S. Government Is Providing an Encouraging Environment for Commercial Spaceflight

Spaceflight has become something a private company could do on par with nation states relatively recently, however, there are numerous examples of commercial firms launching their own spacecraft these days. Some of them even go as far as to plan mining operations on asteroids, despite the existing legal ambiguity of such endeavors. In order to …

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Lightbulb Capital’s Dan Liebau: Remember that Closing Your Token Sale Is the Start of Your Journey, not the End
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Lightbulb Capital’s Dan Liebau: Closing Your Token Sale Is the Start of Your Journey, Not the End

With crypto industry gaining considerable attention, regulators all around the world are becoming increasingly aware of the need to reassess their somewhat blunt regulatory approaches. To discuss crypto and securities markets and analyze challenges of traditional versus digital asset market regulations lawless.tech approached Dan Liebau, the founder of financial research and consulting company Lightbulb Capital …

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