May 16, 2013

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German online copyright law to take effect in August
A German online copyright law that will give publishers the exclusive right to the commercial use of their publications on the Internet will come into effect on Aug. 1. The law was published in Germany's Federal Law Gazette (Bundesgesetzblatt) on Tuesday.
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Gov. Inslee Signs SSB 5195 into law, extending State Need Grant to WGU ...
The Herald |
OLYMPIA, Wash., May 15, 2013 — /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Governor Jay Inslee signed SSB 5195 into law today allowing WGU Washington students with financial need access to the State Need Grant Program. Previously, the state-endorsed, online ...
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Online Survey: China Managers Show A Striking Lack Of Confidence In Their ...
Daily Markets
... commercial law is enforced on the ground in today's China, according to "China's Current Commercial Law & International Competitiveness" – a survey recently conducted by Global Sources' (NASDAQ:GSOL) Chief Executive China Online, China's premier ...
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Amnesty accuses Azerbaijan of restricting freedom of expression online
Azerbaijan has adopted a controversial law that Amnesty International claims targets online freedom of speech. A new amendment to the country's defamation law makes "slander" and "insults" on the internet punishable by fines, imprisonment or hard labour.
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Branstad OKs bill allowing online license renewals
San Francisco Chronicle
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa drivers will be able to renew their driver's licenses online under a bill signed into law by the governor. Gov. Terry Branstad signed the bill Wednesday. It allows drivers between 18 and 72 to renew their driver's licenses ...
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Glenview 'Run With The Law' Benefits Special Olympics
Journal & Topics Newspapers Online
Attea Middle School students went stride-for-stride with Glenview police officers in a run around Lake Glenview last Wednesday that raised about $1,500 for Special Olympics. The annual fundraiser, dubbed "Run With The Law", is designed not only as a ...
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License renewal can be done online - Muscatine Journal
Muscatine Journal
In the case of House File 527, Branstad said collecting DNA samples from Iowans convicted of less-serious crimes classified as aggravated misdemeanors will help law enforcement solve crimes and, potentially, exonerate Iowans falsely accused of crime.
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Legal challenges begin against North Dakota abortion bills
Dalrymple signed four bills into law this past session that could spearhead the campaign to overturn the U.S. Supreme Court's 1973 ruling that legalized abortion. Abortion rights ... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You ...
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Legal challenges begin against ND abortion laws
... of what they expect will be several legal challenges to laws recently approved in North Dakota that would make that state the most restrictive in the country for women to terminate their pregnancies. The state's lone abortion clinic, backed by the ...
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National Business Review
Full site access now from $120 | Georgina Bond | Thursday May 16, 2013. Subscribe to read this article. To read Negligent law firm sued by trust-fund baby's inlaws select a 6 or 12 month Online Paid content subscription. NBR ONLINE Business ...
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Vietnam provider drops foreign news TV channels
HANOI, Vietnam - A Vietnamese satellite TV company stopped airing international channels including BBC and CNN on Thursday, citing a law that foreign governments have warned would result in international news and entertainment channels ending their ...
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2 female LEOs talk about the benefits of online education - PoliceOne
Police News
At the suggestion of a friend and colleague, she decided to consider getting her degree online. Lt. Debbie Ingram works with a police department in Washington State and has been in law enforcement for 20 years. Lt. Ingram said her department requires a ...
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Cook County inmates compete with Russian inmates in online chess match
Inside the Cook County Jail law library, 10 men were hunched over laptops playing online chess. A live video of their competitors, all Russian inmates, was projected on the wall. Correctional Officer Patrice Faulkner roamed the room, encouraging ...
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Class of 2013: U.Va. Faculty, Students Give Online Education a Mostly Positive ...
University of Virginia
Ten faculty members, including biology professor Claire Cronmiller, drama professor Colleen Kelly and law professor J.H. "Rip" Verkerke were awarded challenge grants to flip their courses and redesign them with online tools. It amounted to a crash ...
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Find an Attorney Online to Speak with Through Live Video Chat is Now Available ...
Virtual-Strategy Magazine (press release)
Find an attorney to get legal advice online through live video chat is now available in the areas of family law, criminal law, and personal injury on, an expert advice website. On, visitors can now connect with attorneys ...
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New law for Public-Private Partnerships in offing...
New Vision
Aston Kajara, the State Minister for Finance minister revealed that a new law governing Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) has been considered by Cabinet and is currently being reviewed by the parliamentary committee on finance. "The procurement ...
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Yale joins online education platform Coursera
Los Angeles Times
... financial markets, moralities of everyday life and constitutional law -- bringing the total number of universities that offer courses through the group to 70. Millions worldwide take these kinds of free online courses through several organizations ...
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Ohio bill would fix errors in sports safety law
Seattle Post Intelligencer
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — State lawmakers moved Wednesday to correct a new state law that inadvertently allows coaches and referees in youth sports leagues to be criminally prosecuted for violating rules regarding players' head injuries. ... and schools ...
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Quarter of jurors misunderstand law of contempt, research shows
Financial Times
Of those jurors who misunderstand the law, 5 per cent believe there is no restriction on their internet use, while a further 2 per cent think they can research their case online as long as it does not influence their judgment, according to research ...
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Gov. Walker would use online sales tax to lower income tax
The Hill (blog)
... Walker said the Wisconsin Department of Revenue estimates that the online sales tax bill would bring in $95 million in additional state revenue every year. "I want to make clear, should federal Marketplace legislation become law, my intention would ...
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Lost and found items sold online - Daily Titan
The Daily Titan
University Police began using to sell unclaimed items from CSUF's Lost and Found. The online auction site sells primarily from law enforcement and municipal clients, though they have added liquidators and wholesale merchants in recent ...
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Azerbaijan: Anything You Post Can Be Used against You
The law, claimed Party Secretary Murbaz Gurbanli, is all about taking "responsibility for the information distributed on the Internet," Trend reported. While journalists already must take responsibility for their words under Azerbaijani law, online are ...
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US attorney general: Government should get a warrant before email, cloud ...
Summary: The U.S.' highest ranking lawyer supports changes to existing email and online storage snooping laws, which are currently under scrutiny in the U.S. House. Zack Whittaker. By Zack Whittaker for Zero Day | May 16, 2013 -- 12:55 GMT (05:55 PDT) ...
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Law enforcement pays homage to officers who gave their lives
An honor guard places a wreath during Wednesday's Northwest Wisconsin Regional Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony at The Florian Gardens. The ceremony, held each ... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online ...
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Draft of New California Online Poker Bill Released
A new draft bill that seeks to regulate online poker in California was revealed Wednesday. This latest attempt to progress internet poker in The Golden State is a collaborative effort by eight of the state's Indian tribes. The Internet Poker Consumer ...
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Special church service slated for law enforcement officers
The Recorder
McDOWELL — This Sunday, May 19 at 11:15 a.m. there will be a very special service honoring all law enforcement men and women at the McDowell Presbyterian Church in McDowell. The service is open to all, with a special invitation to law enforcement ...
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Estate agents breaking law
The Connexion
Checks of around 36,000 adverts in shop windows and more than 4,000 online showed that 23% of agents hid details of their charges from prospective buyers and tenants. As charges are negotiable this could make a significant difference in the purchase ...
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Judges club to inform International Judges Union about Egypt judicial crisis
Ahram Online
The Egyptian Judges Club will hold a conference with the International Judges Union on Monday to discuss Egypt's ongoing judicial crisis and alleged violations of Egypt's judiciary, a judicial source has told Ahram Online. Heads of judicial ... The ...
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Why Online Privacy, Confidentiality and Security Matter to LGBT Communities
Huffington Post
In fact, according to studies by UCLA Law School's Williams Institute, the LGBT population represents 3 to 4 percent of the overall U.S. population but a disproportionate 40 percent of the homeless youth population. The ramifications of online privacy, ...
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Confidentiality a problem for law enforcement | Dominica News Online
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The country's top cop has admitted that law enforcement officials are finding it more difficult to fight crime in Dominica. Daniel Carbon is hoping that with the implementation of the new crime stoppers initiative, criminal activity will be reduced.
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