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Health Op-Ed: State-By-State Breakdown Of Marijuana's Retail Potential

Author Jeff Hill provides an in-depth overview of the rapid pace of legislation state-by-state and at the federal level, offering insight into the possibility of selling marijuana for retailers across the country

Banks, Insurance & Financial Services Brown University Cafe Accepts Personal Information In Lieu Of Money

Shiru Cafe is a corporate-sponsored coffee shop that takes students' personal information in exchange for free drinks, helping its partners collect data on young consumers

Advertising Metro Door Ads Can Read Commuters' Reactions

A subway line in Brazil has implemented facial recognition for advertisements, raising concerns about personal data and privacy

Entertainment Concert-Goers Could Skip The Lines With Facial Recognition

Facial recognition will soon be able to associate digital tickets with faces, so event attendees can just walk right inside

Cafe & Restaurant This Detroit Restaurant Tailors Dining According To Patrons' Privilege

Saartje has come the Michigan city as a pop-up experience, serving food alongside an experiment that tests how people view racial inequality

Retail This Cannabis Company Aims To Make The Drug Mainstream

MedMen is pushing hard for the continued legalization and de-stigmatization of marijuana, focusing on the quality and transparency of their products and providing cannabis education

Fitness & Sport Video: Looking Back On A Journey From Prison To Fitness CEO

We're gearing up for CXI 2018 on May 18 by revisiting speakers from conferences past, starting with ConBody founder Coss Marte

Advertising Reporters Without Borders Used Google Maps To Fight Censorship

The organization's branch in Sweden launched a campaign that shares the words of silenced journalists on digitally altered billboards through Google Street View

Work Stationery 'For Women' Raises Awareness About Gender Inequality

A New Zealand design firm made a set of office stationary to call attention to the gender wage gap

Syndicated Grindr's HIV Data-Sharing Betrayed The LGBTQ Community

The gay dating app has responsibilities to the communities it serves, and these do not include passing intimate information to third parties

Technology Platform Helps Women Report Harassment In Public Spaces

The NINA app maps instances of sexual harassment in public spaces like trains and buses to address gender-based discrimination throughout Brazil

Advertising Forbes Uses AI To Personify Corruption In Brazil

An artificial intelligence created a composite person based on multiple white-collar criminals to draw attention to corruption issues in the country

Food & Beverage Skyy Vodka Is Selling Engagement Ring Cans to Celebrate Marriage Equality

The vodka brand welcomes Australia's newly approved same-sex marriage laws with an "engagement ring" pull tab

Retail Pop-Up Shop Sends A Message About Unhealthy Relationships

The One Love Foundation set up a pop-up shop with Valentine's gifts that showed what unhealthy love can look like

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