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.

At Eighteen, Fender’s Pop Star, Julia Rizik, Releases Anti-Bullying Single

At eighteen-years old with Fender behind her, rising pop star, Julia Rizik, released her much anticipated single, “Love Myself” today, ahead of her summer EP release of the same name. Rizik’s song carries a message about anti-bullying, something the young artist went through herself, and being comfortable in her own skin. This single comes after the release of her previously released independent single, Medicine, which was released back in 2017. Rizik, known for her country music,...

YouTube Under FTC Investigation for Child Privacy Violations

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif—Last week, The Washington Post reported that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is currently in the advanced stages of an investigation into YouTube’s methods of handling videos aimed at children. According to two individuals who are involved with the investigation, this is the result of complaints made by parents and consumer groups that YouTube had collected data belonging to many of its younger users. Specifically, complaints state that the video giant has allowed...

Adidas “Stripes” Ruled Invalid In Shocking EU Trademark Case

On Wednesday, the European Union General Court ruled against the German sports apparel giant, Adidas, in a trademark dispute that been going on since as early as 2016. In the courts ruling, it held that the “three-stripe” logo, which was first registered in August 1949 by Adidas founder, Adolf “Adi” Dassler, was not “distinctive” enough to warrant trademark protection throughout EU territories. Back in 2014, the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EU IPO) registered the mark, in favor...

Drinks, Pools, and ‘Summer On Repeat’

NASHVILLE, Tenn.– On the first day of summer, recording studio, Silverado Records, released its third-installment in the fan-favorite, Summer On Repeat series. The new soundtrack, Summer On Repeat: Volume 3 brings together six young, talented artists that are making some serious waves in the country music waters–Tyler Jordan, Ali Morgan, Beyond the Sun, Crystal Yates, Tony Winkler, and Royce Johns. Grit Daily briefly spoke with Aaron Chesling, President of Silverado Records about its summer...

SCOTUS Upholds 91-Year-Old Doctrine Delegating Broad Executive Power With SORNA

On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) upheld the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA), giving the U.S. Attorney General broad discretion over how the law should be enforced, declining to revive a legal doctrine that experts said could vastly diminish the power of the executive branch. What’s The Legal? In a 5-3 vote, the Court upheld a provision of SORNA, which gives the U.S. AG discretion in deciding whether it should apply the law to those convicted of sex offenses...

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