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On July 30, 2020, “Atlanta 311”—the City of Atlanta’s non-emergency information site—made an announcement informing citizens that the City of Atlanta Police Department will no longer respond to car accidents where no immediate injuries are reported. That’s a big problem, because after a car accident, your adrenaline is pumping and many…

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Facebook and Hate Speech: What is Happening, and Our Take on It As of Wednesday, over 500 companies have joined the advocacy group “Stop Hate for Profit” in an advertising boycott against Facebook. The boycott addresses Facebook’s weak stance against hate speech and the spread of misinformation on its platform….

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Georgia Sexual Assault and Rape Laws Georgia sexual assault and rape victims are forced to deal with tremendous emotional and physical effects. While we always hope that the perpetrators of these incidents are brought to justice, that is not always the case. When victims of rape and sexual assault do…

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Understanding Safety, Precaution, and Technology During the Coronavirus Pandemic It’s no secret that the world has been turned upside down by the coronavirus. While many businesses have come to a standstill during the pandemic, ridesharing and ride-hailing services have continued to offer their services. MIT Technology Review reported that since…

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Mitigating Pedestrian Risk The emergence of the coronavirus has resulted in lockdowns throughout the world, and for many people, the lockdowns have prompted a host of questions about what is and isn’t safe. One common point of confusion is about the safety of being a pedestrian. There are times when…

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First they came for the Communists And I did not speak out Because I was not a Communist Then they came for the Socialists And I did not speak out Because I was not a Socialist Then they came for the trade unionists And I did not speak out Because…