Andrew Rossow

Andrew Rossow is the Editor-At-Large 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.

Could PayPal’s Recent Lawsuit Against the CFPB for ‘Misleading’ Digital Wallet Disclosure Rule Be Legendary for Digital Money?

On Wednesday, PayPal Holdings, Inc. (“PayPal”) sued the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) over an eight-month old rule surrounding the regulations on prepaid accounts, according to Law360. The rule, enacted back in April, known as “Regulation E,” or the “Prepaid Accounts Under the Electronic Fund Transfer Act” in conjunction with “Regulation Z,” or the “Truth in Lending Act,” provides guidelines for issuers and sellers of electronic debit cards. In its most basic terms, Regulation...

You Can Choose Your Own Magical, Interactive Adventure In this New Comedy Web Series, and It’s ‘EffinFunny’

What good are wizarding powers if they don’t impact your ordinary life? A wizard who struggles to pay rent is, well, just like any other millennial. Mind you, it’s pretty ‘effinfunny!’ Their will doesn’t change their world. And what good is emotionally investing in your favorite screen characters when they make baffling or unbelievable decisions? Your will doesn’t have an impact on their world.  Meet the Most ‘EffinFunny’ Team You’ve Ever Seen But one...

Grit Daily, JADA Art, Art Basel and the Duct Tape Banana Teamed up in Miami

By now, you’ve no doubt heard about Art Basel. You haven’t? Surely you’ve seen images of a banana duct taped to a wall, the already iconic art that launched a thousand memes? Celebrities such as Brooke Shields and brands including Perrier, Burger King and Popeyes have all spoofed the piece by Maurizio Catellan, an Italian absurdist artist. Catellan was previously recognized for his 18 karat gold toilet, titled “America,” which was featured at New York’s Guggenheim Museum in 2016, and...

The Pokemon Company Wants to ‘Catch Them All’ In Its Hunt for the ‘Sword and Shield’ 4Chan Leakers

The world of Pokemon started with just 150 Pokemon—now, we are eight generations into the Pokemon world and there seems to be a never-ending existence of these magical and animated creatures. As the Poke-world continues to expand, so do the number of lawsuits surrounding The Pokemon Company’s intellectual property, along with its developers. On November 15, the eighth generation games of Pokemon were released introducing Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield to gamers. However, much to the...

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