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.

Why Mobile Brands Should Be Exploring Antennae Tech

The global smartphone screen protector market size has been increasing due to the increasing concerns regarding the safety of high end smartphones, paving the way for antennae technology to come into play. For users of high-end smartphones ranging from $550-$700 USD, there is an ever increasing demand for protective smartphone accessories.  As for the lower-end smartphones, ranging from $250-$450 USD, increasing demand for similar accessories is expected to see growth. The market is segmented...

Thanks to Texas Governor, Greg Abbott, Red Light Cameras Are No More

AUSTIN, Texas – On Saturday, Texas Governor, Greg Abbott, officially signed legislation banning red-light cameras across the State of Texas. The legislation, House Bill 1631, prohibits the use of “photographic traffic signal enforcement systems.” The bill, initially proposed by North Texas Rep. Jonathan Strickland (R-Bedford), will ultimately do away with the $75 fine associated with red light camera violations. In a video posted to Twitter, Governor Abbott, sitting at the Capitol, gave...

‘Wish Man’ Trailer Reveals Inception Of Make-A-Wish Foundation

For the first time in history, the Make-A-Wish Foundation has been brought to screen in the new film, ‘Wish Man,’ starring Andrew Steel, Kirby Bliss Blanton, Frank Whaley, Danny Trejo, and Bruce Davison. The film tells the story of how the Foundation’s creator, Frank Shankwitz, was able to part from childhood trauma and transform into helping millions of children across the world. Meet Frank Shankwitz, a motorcycle cop struggling with his past and emotional childhood trauma...

U.S. FDA Holds Historical First Hearing On CBD Legality

Over the past year, cannabis-related products have flooded the United States market with strong claims to the effect of relieving pain, increasing immune functionality, and minimizing depression. There’s no question that there are plenty of smoke and mirrors surrounding the cannabis market and CBD. In an era of “fake news,” how do we know what’s real and what’s not? On Friday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) held its first hearing to assess the safety and efficacy of cannabinoids,...

For Music Artists, Does the Key to Restoring ‘Identity’ Lie Within Tokenization?

If you haven’t heard of NASGO, it’s time you do. This year, we have begun to see a trend of more artists changing the ways in which they make accessible and distribute their content (music, videos, fan club benefits, etc.). The question is why? What is scaring artists so much that they are thinking of going independent? One, loss of identity. Over the years, we have seen artists either leave their labels to go independent, or search for independent labels that allow them to retain...