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.

Talking Home Security With Smart Tech, Privacy, and The Cloud

With the massive amount of security and data breaches, it’s important to make sure you are protected, even at home. In today’s age of smart technology, “smart security” seems kind of redundant in the sense that personal security in and of itself should be designed and carried out with the utmost caution, thought, and intelligence. But, it seems that like all other forms of smart technology, “smart security” aims to push towards convenience and portability....

Fans Pray To Social Media To Redeem “Lucifer” From Hell In #SAVELUCIFER Campaign

After Fox’s announcement that it has sent TV series, “Lucifer” to Hell, fans are making their prayers heard across social media in the #SaveLucifer campaign. By: Andrew L. Rossow, Esq. Like a phoenix rising from its ashes, fans across the globe are praying to the power of social media through the #SAVELUCIFER campaign, in efforts to bring back their favorite devil, “Lucifer”, after Fox announced yesterday the three-season series was being cancelled. It wasn’t until fans took...

Instagram Opens Its Platform Up To Seamless Native Shopping Apps

Instagram’s recent announcement in adding new ‘action buttons’ to business profiles, will allow a seamless integration between the platform and business-consumer engagement.  By: Andrew L. Rossow, Esq. With the latest Avengers film out, you don’t have to scramble searching through multiple applications and websites in your attempts of finding showtimes and movie tickets. Instead, you can hop on over to Fandango’s Instagram profile and click the “Buy Tickets”...

‘The Doctors’ TV Host, Travis Stork, Shares 5 Ways Technology Impacts Medical Field

You know him as the host of CBS show, The Doctors—Dr. Travis Stork. I sat down with Dr. Stork and he shared with me, his top five explanations for how technology has impacted the medical profession, as well as the online and entertainment space. #1 – Point of Care Has Evolved Andrew Rossow: How has the utilization of new, emerging technology impacted the medical profession in your experience? Dr. Travis Stork:  It has affected the profession so much since when I began. It’s hard to believe...

4 Things You Should Know About Maryland’s Cyberbullying Law, ‘Grace’s Law’

Photo Credit: VennGage #1 – The 21st  Century Has A New Playground For Bullies In today’s digital age, cyberbullying laws like Grace’s Law and David’s Law, aim to change how social media platforms regulate digital abuse. Approximately 34% of the students report experiencing cyberbullying during their lifetime and 15% of students admitted to cyberbullying others during their lifetime. Cyberbullying, or ‘digital abuse,’ is today’s newest weapon for bullying, hosted on...

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