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New York Legal Hackers Pages

Technology shifts and transforms, but technology policy often remains stagnant. What gives?

This monthly meetup challenges Legal Hackers to flesh out problems in technology policy and then develop resolutions through legal and extra-legal mechanisms. Join us as we tackle these tough problems and create tangible solutions.

There are two requirements to be Legal Hacker; all you need is attention and analytical curiosity. Our discussions will be aimed at creating proposed resolutions on the spot, so bring your brains and your portable computing devices!

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