Hey there What’s Next readers! We start our dive into this week’s news with a look at an effort toward a federal privacy law proposed by Big Tech, and it’s likely not gearing up to be the stateside GDPR privacy advocates might have hoped for. We also hear about a Seattle judge’s concern about “cybernauts” packing heat courtesy of 3-D printed guns, ILTACON turning the tide on AI hype, and a plaintiff attorney’s stab at using legal tech to capture clients’ emotions for the courtroom.

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