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Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in two original jurisdiction disputes among states in which key federal water agencies are involved. In the first case, the United States Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Reclamation operates the Rio Grande Project, which regulates the flows...

Two federal departments issued a report with recommendations aimed at reducing the threat of cyberattacks, says Mission Critical Communications/Radio Resource International. The draft report comes from the Department of Commerce and the Department of Homeland Security. “Cybersecurity is perhaps one of the most serious threats...

The terminology surrounding today’s legal technology, particularly with respect to artificial intelligence, can be confusing. On a daily basis and in a variety of contexts we now routinely encounter terms like augmented intelligence, cognitive computing, analytics, natural language processing, machine learning, and more. The terms...