May 12, 2013

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Americans online may soon pay states $23 B
The News Journal
Since Delaware does not have a sales tax, the law would not mean additional revenue to state or local governments. Online retail sales rose to a seasonally adjusted $59.5 billion during the fourth quarter of 2012, up 16 percent from a year earlier ...
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Internal Recording Reveals K12 Inc. Struggled to Comply With Florida Law
StateImpact Florida
The Florida Center for Investigative Reporting and StateImpact Florida have obtained internal emails and a recording of a company meeting that provide new insight into allegations that K12 Inc., the nation's largest online education company, uses ...
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Online assistance could aid future care of those with Alzheimer's
Quincy Herald Whig
Mary McAnulty of Quincy helps care for her father-in-law, Russell Schutte, 84, who has Alzheimer's, and is anxious for the new technology to become available. McAnulty, 48, says she relies heavily on her smartphone for daily use, and incorporating an ...
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Pa., N.J. get meager aid to help consumers with Obamacare -
Pennsylvania is on course to spend about $2 million to reach out to more than 1 million uninsured residents to help them sign up for coverage in the federal health law's online marketplace in the fall. Maryland, though, will spend more than 10 times ...
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Peruvians To President: Our Digital Rights Are Non-Negotiable
Global Voices Online
Proposed policies could also introduce digital locks laws that stifle online innovation and restrict the ability to use lawfully-acquired digital content. The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement is the latest forum where these overreaching ...
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DISEQUILIBRIUM: Double whammy strikes the UPA and negates Karnataka ...
Daily Mail
Despite clinching and substantive evidence against the law and justice minister asking for changes in the Coalgate CBI status report, contravening the honourable Court's order. And all this after an undertaking was given by the government's law officer ...
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Daily Mail
Law opens up funding for virtual schools
Bradenton Herald
TALLAHASSEE -- Private online learning companies will get a better shot at Florida public school funding under a bill that won approval on the final day of the legislative session. Though the vote garnered little attention from outside observers ...
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Law enforcement memorials slated
Terrell Tribune
The Kaufman County Sheriff's Office every year has a memorial ceremony for law enforcement officials who have died in the line of duty. This year's .... If you already subscribe to our print edition, sign up for FREE access to our online edition ...
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SC immigration unit measures successes, challenges
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- The commander of a special South Carolina law enforcement unit that investigates criminal cases against illegal immigrants says the force has been successful in its first year. Lt. E.C. Johnson says the statewide unit still faces ...
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Govt's secret snooping arm has cyber activists worried
Times of India
Only recently, the Obama administration in the US too was considering tweaking surveillance laws to allow for monitoring of online data in addition to phone tapping. "Most blanket surveillance systems are not enabled by law. Laws for surveillance in ...
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Times of India

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Is Online Poker Legal Again? - Law and Daily Life - FindLaw
Brian Sandoval signed a bill into law in February that authorized Nevada-based companies to host online gambing for residents of other states, including online ...

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