Trento Von Lindenberg

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  • Record labels sue Charter for ignoring copyright violations

    The internet has changed many things about how we live our lives. It has altered news, academia, and even social interactions. But, possibly most of all, the internet changed how we consume media. It became faster, easier, and (more importantly) cheaper than ever to find and download the content you were looking for.

    SciTech | April 1, 2019
  • Boeing under fire for 737 MAX 8

    In Oct. 2018, the crash of Lion Air Flight 610 took the lives of all 189 passengers and crew. The plane in question was a Boeing 737 MAX 8, the successor to the widely produced Boeing 737.

    SciTech | March 25, 2019
  • Microsoft U.S. military contract draws backlash from employees

    If you've ever read or seen Ender’s Game, then the concept of using video games as a form of warfare may not be foreign to you. Since their inception, the presence of violence in video games have inspired all sorts of concerns: do games incite violence in children? Are children who play violent games becoming desensitized to violence? Or could war, real-life war, become nothing more than a video...

    SciTech | March 4, 2019
  • Courts are unprepared for the appearance of emojis in cases

    On Sept. 19, 1982, at Carnegie Mellon, the smiley was born after Professor Scott Fahlman suggested using ":-)" and ":-(" to denote emotions online.

    SciTech | February 25, 2019
  • Carriers provide location (dis)services to customers

    It’s no secret that companies sell consumer data, but what you might not have known is that people can access that data and use it to track your location. On May 16, 2018, that is exactly what Dr. Robert Xiao, then a Ph.D. student in Carnegie Mellon’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute, discovered.

    SciTech | February 18, 2019