May 20, 2013

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Employers Eye Bare-Bones Health Plans Under New Law
Wall Street Journal
Regulators worry that some of these strategies, if widely employed, could pose challenges to the new online health-insurance exchanges that are a centerpiece of the health law. Among employees offered low-benefit plans, sicker workers who need more ...
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Jordan: Arab Spring clears way for press freedoms
Websites are also required to appoint a Jordanian chief editor who would be held accountable for all online content, including comments posted by readers. Under the law, the director of the Department of Press and Publication has the authority to block ...
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New Jersey Releases Online Gambling Regulations
Online Casino Archives
The rules were released by the state Division of Gaming Enforcement and included techniques on verifying the geographical location of the player, a 15% tax on casinos' online winnings and also adds cautions for those at risk of developing a gambling ...
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Google News Snippets, YouTube Embedded Videos Face Legal Challenges in ...
Search Engine Watch
Webmasters will need to be much more careful about quoting content from online German publications after a new online copyright law comes into effect in Germany on August 1. The law, which targets search engines that provide snippets, originally would ...
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Maryland governor signs breast density law
by Loren Bonner , DOTmed News Online Editor. Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley signed new legislation into law on May 16 that will require doctors to inform women of their breast density and the possible risks following a mammogram. Thirty-two percent ...
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China Cracks Down On Online Criticism - Huffington Post
Huffington Post
He Bing, vice president of the law school at China University of Political Science and Law, told media that his Twitter-like microblog, or "weibo", was closed down after he forwarded what turned out to be a rumor of a student killing an Internet ...
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Sexting not clear cut: judge
The West Australian
Children's Court president Denis Reynolds wants to be able to decide if teenagers who share or post online sexually explicit images of people aged under 16 should go on to the child-sex offenders' register. Speaking at a WA Law Society panel discussion ...
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Declare "Assisted Suicide Free Zones" in Vermont!
National Review Online
Vermont's new aid-in-dying law, which allows doctors to prescribe lethal medication to terminally ill patients who request it, is set to take effect as soon as Gov. Peter Shumlin signs it on Monday. But most Vermont hospitals are expected, at least for ...
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A call for speedy passing of legal aid bill...
New Vision
KAMPALA - Free legal aid service providers have urged the Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs to urgently table the draft Aid Policy Bill before Parliament, so that it is speedily enacted into law. This would then enable the ... The ...
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Internet back doors would create cyber risks
Anchorage Daily News
In the past, law enforcement could listen in on phone conversations. Today, people store their records online and use Skype or Google+ to chat. Because software often encrypts the data, eavesdropping is difficult, especially on short notice. The FBI ...
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Bangladesh online activist calls for ban of Islamists accused of wartime ...
Business Standard
"In Bangladesh, this blasphemy law is not possible because we have specific laws, we have constitution. So, that is identified and this carries the values of 1971, the spirit of liberation. So, here in Bangladesh, that is a secular Bangladesh that is ...
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Law and Order: Truck driver involved in accident accused of DWI ...
By Howard Owens
Law and Order: Truck driver involved in accident accused of DWI. Submitted by Howard Owens on May 20, 2013 - 9:16am. David E. Muffley, 63, of Druck Valley Road, York, Pa., is charged with DWI and driving with a BAC of .08 or greater.
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