May 8, 2013

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Morning Security Brief: Wiretap Laws, Online Background Checks, Diamond ...
Security Management
▻The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has warned some businesses that the "quick, easy background checks they are providing online might violate the Fair Credit Reporting Act," says the Associated Press. "The law requires that companies providing ...
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Senate Vote Passes Online Sales Tax Bill
Tax Law Home (blog)
The online sales tax bill has seen support from large brick-and-mortar retailers including Wal-Mart and Best Buy, online retailers including Amazon, and state legislatures, who are looking to the collection of online sales tax as a way to close the ...
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ONLINE GAMING: Tribes work on bill to legalize Internet poker
Press-Enterprise
Federal law prohibits online gambling but allows states to authorize games inside their borders. Millions of Californians, though, play unregulated online poker games through illegal sites based outside the United States. In the more than three years ...
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US Weighs Wider Wiretap Laws to Cover Online Activity
Huffington Post
The Obama administration, resolving years of internal debate, is on the verge of backing a Federal Bureau of Investigation plan for a sweeping overhaul of surveillance laws that would make it easier to wiretap people who communicate using the Internet ...
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Online tax regulation discussed in China
Chinadaily USA
On Monday, the US Senate approved the online sales tax bill, the Market Fairness Act, and it spurred discussions about tax legislation on e-commerce in China, Daily Economic News reported. Under current US law, only when a retailer has a physical store ...
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Lot at stake for Nebraska in sales tax revenue from online sales
Lincoln Journal Star
But online retailers like eBay only have to collect sales taxes from states where they have offices or distribution centers. The proposed law "levels the playing field for businesses located in Nebraska who must charge the tax," said state Sen. Galen ...
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Companies providing online background checks warned they might be running ...
The Republic
Companies providing online background checks warned they might be running afoul of law. By ANNE FLAHERTY Associated Press; May 07, 2013 - 4:49 pm EDT. Share/Save/Bookmark. WASHINGTON — Federal regulators on Tuesday warned several ...
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Queen's speech: Consumer rights compensation and refunds for online shoppers
Telegraph.co.uk
... problems downloading films, software and music they have paid for online will benefit. Trading Standards will also be given new powers to ask a court to force rogue builders and other companies to pay compensation when they have broken consumer ...
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Florida forges into future with new online degrees
Daytona Beach News-Journal
Rick Scott signed an education bill in April that would expand online education at the state's public colleges and universities. This is a big step forward. The new law affirms education doesn't have to be tied to a campus or brick-and-mortar classrooms.
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30 arrested in raid on online drug distribution ring
Jerusalem Post
The police's economic crimes unit arrested on Tuesday 30 suspects they say ran an online drug distribution network, producing the illegal substances and selling them via "Darknet," law enforcement officials announced. "Darknet" is a general term used ...
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Local owner says online sales tax bad for business and Oregon
KATU
Some Oregon online retailers could be forced to follow thousands of sales tax laws outside state lines if a bill in Congress becomes law. It won't affect consumers who shop online in Oregon. But Aaron Fabbri, who owns Home Brew Exchange, believes the ...
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Legal concerns: Court serves notice to AGP, seeks reply on FC's status
The Express Tribune
These platoons have been additionally raised to help maintain law and order in the said areas, he added. The bench, however, observed the FC personnel should be deployed back to their primary location, which is the buffer zone between K-P and the ...
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VA Senators Praise Online Sales Tax Collection Bill
NBC 29 News
"Dedicating these online sales tax revenues, which are already part of the law, I think makes some good sense, and now we've simply put in place a mechanism to collect it," said Senator Mark Warner (D) Virginia. The bill now heads to the U.S. House of ...
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FTC Says Brokers Bid Private Data
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—Several companies that sell personal data appeared ready to do so in ways that may violate federal privacy law when approached by regulators acting as secret shoppers, the Federal Trade Commission said on Tuesday. The findings come as ...
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Online Sales Tax: How Much Could it Cost to Collect?
Fox Business
Even without the passage of the new law, sales tax compliance is the biggest challenge for small businesses, says Bruce Phillips, CPA. Phillips is a managing member at Harshman Phillips & Company and a partner at Xero, which offers online accounting ...
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Obama May Back FBI Push for Total Internet Surveillance Law
Antiwar.com
President Obama is reportedly considering endorsing an FBI plan for a new series of laws requiring all Internet companies to build-in to all online systems a "capacity to comply with wiretap orders." The Obama Administration, and the Bush ...
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Monetary and Financial Code amendments focus on preventive measures
International Law Office
Two decrees adopted on October 3 2012 and February 28 2013 implement the European Union's risk-based approach by reinforcing prevention obligations in high-risk situations, while recognising specific exceptions for low-risk online payment operations ...
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Collecting sales tax online won't lead to higher taxes—and might lower them
Quartz
Now that the US Senate has passed a law allowing states to collect sales tax on the purchases their citizens make online, sending it to the House, where it may very well die, some myths are spreading about what the bill means. Chief among them is the ...
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McConnell: Perez a 'Committed Ideologue' Who Disregards the Law
National Review Online (blog)
Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell blasted labor secretary nominee Tom Perez in remarks on the Senate floor today, calling Perez a "crusading ideologue whose conviction about his own rightness on the issues leads him to believe the law does not ...
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National Review Online (blog)
Online Sales Tax Could Make Huge Impact on Small E-Commerce Businesses
KOLO
Right now, the legislation still needs to go through the house before it can become law and President Obama has come out in support of the bill. Even if the bill passes, buying online is still cheaper than going to a physical store that has to pay rent ...
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HHS Issues Guidance on Role Of Brokers in Online Insurance Markets
Bloomberg BNA
States that operate their own online marketplaces under the health care reform law can establish rules on how much health insurers can pay brokers and agents who help people enroll for coverage, according to guidance issued May 1 by the Center for ...
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Internet Tax Gaining Support
Alton Daily News
The law would apply only to online sellers that have sales of at least $1 million outside of states where they have physical operations, like a store or a warehouse. The Senate voted 69-27 on Monday night to approve the bill, which enjoyed bipartisan ...
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Missing student tracked electronically
Daily Inter Lake
A 17-year-old Glacier High School student reported missing to the Flathead County Sheriff's Office was located the following day after online activity and debit card activity led law enforcement and the boy's parents on a chase across Kalispell and to ...
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FBI pushes for more online snooping powers, fines for violators
Washington Times
The White House is likely to fulfill the FBI's request for more authority to eavesdrop online, administration and law enforcement insiders said. The FBI has been arguing for expanded powers to monitor Internet communications, saying advances in ...
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5 Ways to Save Money Shopping Online
TIME
In a rare moment of bipartisan collaboration this week, the Senate passed the Marketplace Fairness Act, a bill that brings us one step closer to paying sales tax for online purchases. If it becomes law, you won't be able to avoid the bite, so here are ...
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Same-sex couples welcome Del. gay marriage law
Milton Daily Standard
Jack Markell signed a gay marriage bill into law Tuesday. kAmQpD @7 yF=J[ H6 2C6 [email protected]?D:56C65 >2CC:65[Q D2:5 $?J56C\w2== .... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety.
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Democrat Senators Gave Unanimous Consent to Schiavo Law
National Review Online (blog)
Jeffrey Toobin writes that former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor became appalled by supposed Republican "fanaticism" for passing the Terri Schiavo law that required a federal court to review the questionable state process that led to an ...
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Battling the Internet Scourge of Revenge Porn
Philadelphia Magazine (blog)
While revenge porn has few defenders, free speech advocates are rightfully reluctant to support any law that could be a slippery slope to limiting unpopular opinions online. But online publications that encourage readers to comment don't do so with the ...
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Philadelphia Magazine (blog)
Battle rages over US online tax
Financial Times
... it but switched its position), were able to convince a majority of senators, including Republicans, that the legislation did not represent the introduction of a new tax, even though consumers will see taxes increase as a result of the law when they ...
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Topic of the day: Internet sales tax
Deseret News
The only difference under the new law is that an online retailer that ships the toaster to you would have to charge you Massachusetts's sales tax. But just as with the current law, bricks and mortar sellers in states with no sales tax would be able to ...
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MCMC: Calm down and stop spreading hatred online
New Straits Times
"Every citizen in this country needs to abide by the laws and regulations especially pertaining to online or offline platforms. If there are individuals who are unhappy with certain issues and need explanation, it should be channeled to the proper ...
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New Straits Times
US Senate rightly addresses online sales tax disparity
Fort Worth Star Telegram
Current law requires online retailers to collect taxes if they have a physical plant or office in a state, an issue over which Amazon.com had a long-running dispute with Texas before settling it last year. Comptroller Susan Combs had estimated that the ...
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From the Web: BYU law school bridge - Daily Herald
Daily Herald
janice-peterson. -- Janice Peterson has worked at the Daily Herald since 2007 and has been the Online News Coordinator since 2010. She co-writes the "From the Web" series. Read more from Janice Peterson here. View (0) Comments ...
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Ayotte's defense of gun law votes follows criticism
Seacoastonline.com
In an op-ed piece that ran in the Portsmouth Herald and publications throughout the state Tuesday, Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., criticized "out of state special interests" for "lying about my efforts to prevent gun-related violence." Ayotte was ...
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Liberty Institute Calls On US Department Of Defense To Abandon Shift In ...
Wall Street Journal
In addition, the constitutional attorneys, some of whom served in the military, vowed to provide free legal defense for service members who contact Liberty Institute to protect their rights under federal law and DOD policies. To view the online ...
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US senate passes online shopping tax bill
MENAFN.COM
The new bill will allow governments to oblige online retailers to collect taxes on purchases made by their residents, compared with the current law that doesn't require internet retailers in the US to charge local sales taxes to a customer, as long as ...
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US Senate approves sales tax on online retailers
Fibre2fashion.com
If it comes into force, the new law would make online retailers like Amazon, eBay and others to pay sales tax, even in those states where they do not have offices or distribution centres. The proposed legislation states that sales taxes would be ...
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Lynching: Egyptians take law into own hands
Ahram Online
Online videos and eyewitness accounts show a pattern: the mutilated body of the victim is usually strung up and sometimes set on fire. The police are notably absent. The latest mob killing was reported in the early hours of Friday, when hundreds of ...
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Ahram Online
FTC puts background check sites on notice
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON — Federal regulators on Tuesday warned several companies that the quick, easy background checks they are providing online might violate the Fair Credit Reporting Act. The Federal Trade Commission sent warning letters to 10 ... The law ...
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Call Any Vegetable
National Review Online (blog)
A new law proposed by the European Commission would make it illegal to "grow, reproduce or trade" any vegetable seeds that have not been "tested, approved and accepted" by a new EU bureaucracy named the "EU Plant Variety Agency." It's called the ...
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Online tax a net gain for retailers, states
The Sun
Since the advent of online merchandising, sales-tax fairness has been the battle cry of traditional retailers. That's because the current law only requires companies to collect sales tax if they have a physical presence in that state. So while national ...
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Ex-Brother-In-Law of Cleveland Kidnap Suspect Ariel ... - Radar Online
By Melissa Cronin
Amanda Berry, Michelle Knight and Gina DeJesus were not Ariel Castro's only victims. The alleged kidnapper's ex-brother-in-law, Jose Figueroa, tells RadarOnline.com that Castro physically abused his wife Grimilda for years, so much so, ...
Radar Online
Plan To Drop SF's Cell Phone Right To Know Law Approved By ...
By Bay City News
San Francisco's Board of Supervisors today agreed to accept a settlement with a cellphone industry group after a federal appeals court ruled against the city's "Right to Know" law.
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How You're Unknowingly Embarrassing Yourself Online (and How ...
By Alan Henry
You probably know not to post things online that could bite you later, but many of us do it all the time anyway—often without even realizing it. Whether it's a friend tagging you in a photo or admitting you torrent your movies in a Facebook status, ...
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Online poker back: Legal website launches in Nev. - Yahoo! News
From Yahoo! News: LAS VEGAS (AP) — Poker devotees can now skip the smoky casino and legally gamble their dollars away on the couch — at least in the ...
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