Andrew Rossow

Andrew Rossow is a Managing Editor at Grit Daily. He is a millennial attorney, law professor, entrepreneur, writer, and speaker on privacy, cybersecurity, A.I., AR/VR, blockchain, and digital monies. He has written for many outlets, most notably 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.

California to Test A.I. For In-Home Elderly Care

Artificial intelligence, or A.I., has the power not just to save us time and money, but to save lives. For years, consumers have seen the “help me, I’ve fallen” commercials on television, promoting safety buttons for the elderly to press after an incident occurs. The problem with that technology, is that it is not designed to reduce and/or prevent incidents. With artificial intelligence now beginning to enter into the healthcare space, the ability for medical professionals...

Billboard Artist, ‘Shelita,’ Back With New Single; Additional Use Case for Blockchain

LOS ANGELES, CA—Less than a month after the release of her latest single, Religion!, indie pop artist, Shelita, released her newest single, Libations! from her up and coming album, today. Her last EP, Special, amassed over 20 million streams and reached #24 on Billboard. Libations! is an ode to celebrating yourself, your loves, and elevating yourself to a different place while you’re doing it. It is, for all intents and purposes, a mid-tempo urban pop love song, comprised of tropical elements,...

What’s the End Game in Fintech’s “War” On Cash?

Have you or anyone you know walked into a store with the expectation of paying cash for your items, but come to find out that they only accept credit or debit card payments? Congratulations, you have now just joined the war on cash. Retail establishments, most of which reside in larger U.S. cities like Philadelphia, New York, San Francisco, and Washington D.C., are making it very clear to customers that they only accept credit or debit card payments. The move towards a cashless society seems...

U.S. Supreme Court Rules Against Apple In Antitrust Case

WASHINGTON, D.C.—On Monday, the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) dealt a heavy blow to Apple in its anti-trust case, ruling 5-4, that App Store customers have “standing” to sue Apple for antitrust violations—an issue which has been pending before the High Court since November 2018. “Standing” is the legal capacity for which a party is able to bring a suit. In state courts, a state’s statute will determine what constitutes “standing” in that particular court—usually providing requirements...

Fitness Personality, Paige Hathaway On Balancing Fitness and Pregnancy

“For a few years now, I’ve really wanted it, but I didn’t know how I would intertwine those two worlds together. While this happened out of the blue, I’m so excited and couldn’t have happened at a better time.” At 31-years-old, American fitness personality, Paige Hathaway, has maintained the healthiest of lifestyles. Fitness has been her world, her life, her inspiration. Her Instagram page is one of very few out there that truly demonstrates the level of hard work it takes in such a journey....