JPMorgan Chase is the first major US bank to create its own cryptocurrency.

The bank, which moves more than $6 trillion around the world every day, has created the “JPM Coin,” a digital token that will be used to instantly settle transactions between clients of its wholesale payments business.

JPMorgan is preparing for a future

Last month, the Kenya Parliament passed a concerning amendment to the country’s national identifier law as we had earlier indicated here.

Per Alice Munyua, The rebranded, National Integrated Identity Management System (NIIMS) now requires all Kenyans, immigrants, and refugees to turn over their DNA, GPS coordinates of their residential address, retina scans, iris

As we celebrate the month of love, this February, reports have come out showing that more than 21,000 Americans reported falling for romance-related scams in 2018, losing a total of $143 million and making it the most common type of consumer-facing fraud in the last year.

Romance-related schemes involve an alleged scammer setting up a

This past week, US President Trump signed an executive order meant to spur the development and regulation of artificial intelligence.

AI technology is believed to define the future of everything from consumer products to health care to warfare.

The executive order is aimed to better educate workers in the field, improve access to the cloud

Advanced Institute of Science and Technology in Kenya to be built with the support of the Korea government.

The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) has contracted with the Kenya Government on the launch and construction of a similar educational institution called Kenya Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)..

The establishment of

Oral arguments were presented in the most prominent lawsuit challenging the federal government’s repeal of broadband access rules known as net neutrality.

The Federal Communications Commission approved the rules in 2015 to ensure internet users equal and open access to all websites and services.

More than 30 states have introduced bills to add their own

From February 22, 2019 to February 24, 2019, over 5,000 participants will participate in the Global Legal Hackathon.

People will pitch ideas, form teams, and create technology-based legal solutions. At the end of the weekend, these teams will present their solutions to a judge panel. Ultimately, there will be one winning team at each location,

The New York state attorney general’s office on Wednesday announced a $50,000 settlement with a company that made millions of dollars selling fake followers and engagement to social media users seeking to boost their online profiles.

The settlement between New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) and now-defunct social media company Devumi is one of

Lawyer, veteran legal journalist, and award-winning blogger and podcaster Bob Ambrogi has put together an article on the year’s most important developments in legal technology here. 

We highlight his top three here:


‘At the center of the analytics story this year has been LexisNexis.

Following its acquisitions of Lex Machina in 2015 and Ravel

The Supreme Court in the United States of America declined to hear challenges to net neutrality regulations adopted in 2015 by the Federal Communications Commission during the Obama administration.

The superior court upheld the decision made by a federal appeals court from 2016.

The 2015 regulations, which were repealed by the FCC at the end