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Drew Soldini (left) and Harshita Arora work for Do Not Pay on the beta version of an app to automate 12 big areas of the law at a home in Palo Alto, Calif., on August 15, 2018. Do Not Pay, which originally started as a chatbot to fight parking tickets, is working toward the goal of making the law free for all. The house, their temporary office at the time, is the same home Mark Zuckerberg rented in the summer of 2004 and served as Facebook's headquarters that summer.

Drew Soldini (left) and Harshita Arora work for Do Not Pay on the beta version of an app to automate 12 big areas of the law at a home in Palo Alto, Calif., on August 15, 2018. Do Not Pay, which originally started as a chatbot to fight parking tickets, is working toward the goal of making the law free for all. The house, their temporary office at the time, is the same home Mark Zuckerberg rented in the summer of 2004 and served as Facebook's headquarters that summer.