The ICC and the Prosecution of Global Cyber War Crimes

In the modern world, cyber-attacks targeting vital infrastructure like power grids and healthcare facilities are an undeniable reality, overwhelmingly affecting the safety and well-being of citizens worldwide. These attacks have led stakeholders to demand action and guidance from international leaders and organizations in the form of a “Digital Geneva Convention.”[1]  However, this Digital Geneva Convention … Read more

Patent Policy: Balancing Incentives and Global Accessibility

For decades, pharmaceutical companies have maintained that patent protections are an essential component of scientific innovation.[1] In the U.S., a patent confers the right to exclude others from making, using, or selling the claimed invention for twenty years from the filing of the patent application.[2]  As drug prices continue to rise[3], this system raises ethical … Read more