What’s up, What’s Next readers? This week, we’ll explore some heady new crossroads between law and tech. First up, a look at the ACLU’s calling out of Amazon and its facial recognition technology. Plus, legal actions underway to put a halt on downloading 3D printer blueprints for guns. And shifting gears: will legal services soon embrace the blockchain?

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