Hey there, What’s Next readers! We often look at ways in which innovation, law, and user expectation fail to match up, and this week we’ve got a lot of that. Kicking off, we’ll dive into a bot’s big fail in issuing DMCA notices and what it means for automation and web platform responsibility. We’ll also look at how yet another bad news week for Google may lead to greater regulatory scrutiny. Plus: Why Twitter may be the next hot legal tech… for serving complaints; and how an 11 year old hacker may have uncovered vulnerabilities in Florida’s election system.

Anything you’re not seeing here that you’d like to know more about? How about other tips, tricks or insights? Drop me a line any time at [email protected], or Twitter at @IanMichaelLopez.

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