Hey Everyone. Ian Lopez back with the latest developments at the intersection of law and technology. This week, we take a look at a UCLA professor’s attempt to clarify some of the haze around crypto regulation. Also up: crowdfunding SCOTUS briefs, Facebook’s move to knock out Cambridge Analytica lawsuits, and Google’s privacy grilling before congress.

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