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Hey all. Ian Lopez here with your weekly dose of technology’s collision course with law. Innovation often comes with growing pains, and we’re seeing that play out in an EU case over extending “right to be forgotten” protections across national borders, something naysayers claim could be bad news for freedom of expression. Also on the agenda—how voting can’t seem to fit into the digital age, and a recap of an active week for cryptocurrency.

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