Andrew Rossow

Andrew Rossow is the Deputy Editor and co-founder at Grit Daily. He is a millennial attorney, adjunct cybersecurity law professor, entrepreneur, author, and speaker on privacy, cybersecurity, A.I., AR/VR, blockchain, and digital monies. A current writer for Bloomberg Law, Law360, and CoinTelegraph, Rossow is also a former writer with Forbes and HuffPost, and contributed to many cybersecurity and technology publications. Utilizing his millennial background to its fullest potential, Rossow provides a well-rounded perspective on social media crime, technology and privacy implications, as well as news in the entertainment space. He is also a strong advocate against cyberbullying and online-harassment, utilizing his #CYBERBYTE movement to unite Hollywood and Silicon Valley in the fight against trolling.

Watch Pro Athletes Swap Secrets in Quarterback Cam Newton’s New Quibi Show

Have you ever wanted to see a two-division UFC champion trade workout secrets with an Olympic soccer gold medalist? If so, you’re in luck. Iron Sharpens Iron, a new show launching on Quibi, will pair all-star professional athletes from different disciplines to exchange training ideas, reveal the science behind their fitness regiments, and find some things in common as they both strive to stay at the top of their games. Golfers will swap tips with volleyball players, hockey stars will work out...

Blue Man Group Celebrates 20th Anniversary in Las Vegas and Is Still Coloring the World ‘Blue’

What began as street theater in New York City in the late 1980s has grown into a worldwide cultural phenomenon, where we are all living in a “blue” world. For over 40 years, the Blue Man Group have provided an absolutely colorful, absurd, and comedic blend to art, music, science, and technology to stages around the world. And this year, Blue Man Group celebrates its 20th Anniversary in Las Vegas. The Blue Men are known for their obvious blueness and baldness, along with their random, yet...

A Thought-Controlled Prosthetic Arm? Digital Trends Calls It the ‘Best of CES’

Every January the most groundbreaking tech innovations of the year go on display at CES in Las Vegas. But this year, was the year of health-tech and a new innovation in prosthetics. For the past few years, biomedical engineers have been working hard in developing robotic prosthetic arms for amputees that can move with a person’s thoughts and feel the sensation of touch via an array of electrodes implanted in the muscles of the patient. While CES is undoubtedly a whirlwind of gadgetry,...

Harlem Globetrotters Continue “Pushing the Limit” Heading Into 2020; Q&A with Dragon Taylor.

The last time I saw a Harlem Globetrotters game was probably when I attended a friend’s 13th birthday party. Seventeen years later, I was able to relive that experience from a completely different perspective, appreciating how funny basketball can be. Ahead of the Globetrotters 2019 NYE performance at Wright State’s Nutter Center in Dayton, Ohio, Grit Daily spoke with forward, Dragon Taylor, who has been with the team for 7 years. Wright State University’s Nutter Center, December 31,...

Kevin Harrington: CES is the ‘Granddaddy of All Shows’ and It’s Why Pitching Is Still Relevant in 2020

There’s a reason why CES is considered to be the “granddaddy of all shows,” as Kevin Harrington, the original ‘shark’ on Shark Tank pointed out to me last year. CES is the most wonderful time of the year for technology enthusiasts and nerds across the world. The electronics show brings together hundreds of thousands of consumers, entrepreneurs, innovators, investors, and celebrity personalities to share into the one product that unites our global...

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