Hey everyone. Law.com’s Ian Lopez here with the week’s major events from law’s intersection with technology (including law firms weighing in on autonomous vehicle legislation). We’ve got a lot in store for you today, too. First up, Grindr’s key role in a consequential Section 230 spat. Also on deck, a look at expunged criminal records popping up online. And, why an SEC commissioner has been nicknamed “CryptoMom.”

Hope your year is going well so far. Drop me a line. Email: [email protected]. Twitter: @IanMichaelLopez.


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