May 9, 2013

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First Legal US Gambling Site Will Comp You Windows 7
Wired
"Now that the department charged with enforcing the law has limited that statute to cross-border sports bets, there is literally no federal law standing in the way of a state authorizing intra-state online games, and even entering into compacts with ...
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Wiretapping laws may soon include online communications
Examiner.com
According to a story in the New York Times yesterday, the FBI is planning to revise wiretapping laws to include online communications. The FBI currently is authorized to access phone correspondence by the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement ...
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A federal sales tax law would hit hundreds of Top 500 e-retailers
InternetRetailer.com
A federal sales tax law would hit hundreds of Top 500 e-retailers. It would be big for many online retailers, if Congress ultimately gives states greater authority to force collection of tax on web purchases. Only 112 of the Top 500 retailers now ...
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Broad welcome for the Consumer Rights Bill, set to update the law in the light ...
InternetRetailing.net
Customer frustration Commentators have broadly welcomed the new consumer rights bill proposed in today's Queen's Speech, which is set to update customer rights in the light of online retailing. The Consumer Bill of Rights, outlined in today's speech, ...
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BUSINESS > Turkey gears up efforts to battle illegal online betting
Hurriyet Daily News
Pursuant to the draft law, middlemen who enable people residing in Turkey to have online access to sports betting abroad and People who facilitate money transfers will be punished with a prison sentence for several years. The platforms that publish or ...
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Law Enforcement Blotter 5/8: Probation Search Leads to Charges of Sexual ...
Brownwood News (blog)
Law Enforcement Blotter 5/8: Probation Search Leads to Charges of Sexual Assault, Online Solicitation of Minors. Wednesday, 08 May 2013 18:51 | Written by Lisa Tipton | PDF | Print | E-mail. AlvaradoLuisGerado A probation search led to the arrest of a ...
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State-by-state, America keeps betting on online poker and gambling
Ars Technica
On April 30, 2013, the poker world saw the launch of the United States' first legal online poker site, Ultimate Poker. But Ultimate Poker has one significant limit: it is only legal within the boundaries of Nevada. As more sites come online under ...
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National Business Review
Subscribe to read this article. To read What Nick Smith thinks of apartment law concerns select a 6 or 12 month Online Paid content subscription. NBR ONLINE Business Subscription. Pay just $449 plus GST per company each quarter and ensure your people ...
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Government announces plan for new law on faulty apps
Digital Spy UK
The government hopes that the planned changes will bring the law into the 21st century and give online consumers greater confidence. Jo Swinson, the consumer minister, said: "Stronger consumer protection and clearer consumer rights will help create a ...
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How Criminal-Gang Members Can Get Amnesty
National Review Online (blog)
The proposed law stipulates that prospective immigrants determined to be involved in gang-related activity are inadmissible to country, and that illegal immigrants already living here would be ineligible to receive legal status. This would not only ...
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Law to Combat Online Theft From Banks in the Pipeline
AllAfrica.com
The aim, she said, is to reduce or completely do away with challenges that come with online banking. She was responding to a question by Kidawa Hamid Saleh (Special Seats-CCM) who said that advances in technology had brought both development and ...
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Online retailers call Internet sales tax a 'nightmare'
wtvr.com
"If you're a mom-and-pop shop online, I doubt you'll be able to stay in business," she said. There are maybe 7,500 businesses that would be affected by the law, according to a study commissioned by Amazon, which has voiced strong support for the bill.
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Costs will fall in 'legal revolution'
Irish Independent
In the future, people will use online dispute resolution systems instead of lawyers. "We have a court system that is not fit for purpose on so many levels," said Prof Susskind. The academic was speaking yesterday at a UCD School of Law conference on ...
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What Every Online Business Needs to Know About the Children's Online Privacy ...
Entrepreneur
COPPA applies to any commercial website or online service (including mobile apps and social networking sites) targeting kids under 13 that collects, uses, or discloses personal information from children. The law also applies to general audience ...
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Letter: Law would burden online businesses - Newsday
Newsday
As an Internet retailer, my company must collect sales taxes from more than 100 different jurisdictions in New York State -- counties, cities and special zones ["Time for tax on Web sales," Editorial, May 3]. The time and effort to complete our state ...
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Law Proposed To Fight 'Revenge Porn'
KIONrightnow.com
All of a sudden there's a fight, there's a breakup that happens and those images are posted on the Internet with their contact information, and really it's not against the law," said Sen. Anthony Cannella. With a quick scroll online, you can find many ...
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Chambers: Law not needed for Neb. tax study
Grand Island Independent
Ernie Chambers has argued for months that lawmakers don't need a law to study Nebraska's tax climate, and on Wednesday he offered an alternative. The state's ... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online ...
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Federal workers relieved by limits on online disclosures
Baltimore Sun
What happened instead was President Barack Obama signed a law that once again made the financial information of public employees — useful for identifying insider trading or conflicts of interest — difficult to find. The final score: Privacy, 1 ...
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Rescued from bad apples
Herald Sun
Last Christmas Mrs McAuley's neighbour, Cleo Parsons and Mrs Parsons' visiting daughter-in-law Miriam Thatcher, discovered what had happened. Aghast, Mrs Thatcher took Mrs McAuley to the local Optus store. This led to her accepting a relatively small ...
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In Va., a lot riding on online sales tax
Daily Press
Legislation passed by the U.S. Senate this week that would push online retailers to collect sales tax on purchases made online would help provide crucial funding for Virginia roads. A key component of the transportation funding package signed into law ...
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IPad model can make health law sign-up simpler (Column)
New Haven Register
In March, a draft of the Obama administration's application form was released online. Unfortunately, the form was complex, long and immensely difficult to navigate. Skeptics asked a reasonable question: How can the law possibly work, if people can't ...
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Two honored for law enforcement service
Gettysburg Times
Retiring District Justice Thomas Carr, whose 40-year career includes service as both fire chief and a police officer in Gettysburg, received the Exemplary Community Contribution to Law Enforcement Award. [email protected] 5FC:?8 E96 pr{tpVD [email protected]?5 2?
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Knoxville students win statewide Law Day contests - Knoxville Daily Sun
Knoxville daily sun
Their work can be viewed online at www.tba.org. The Law Day essay ... Established in 1958, Law Day provides an opportunity for young people to learn about the law and the American judicial system and an opportunity for lawyers to serve their communities.
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Award-Winning Reputation-Management Company, Announces Instant ...
Wall Street Journal
"Whenever a state has open-records laws and makes mugshots available online as a result, Arrests.org is soon to follow. Programmers just scrape the photos from the public sites onto their own." Many people who have been targeted by sites like this ...
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FOX19 Investigates: Consumers sued for online reviews - FOX19.com-Cincinnati ...
FOX19
FOX19 has learned the number of online defamation cases is growing so rapidly that a law firm inside Great American Tower now specializes in it. "Well, I get all sorts of cases," said Whitney Gibson, the Vorys law firm partner who leads the unit. "I ...
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MCMC urges public to stop spreading hate speeches online
Malay Mail
Mohamed Sharil said the public should abide by the laws and regulations especially those governing online and offline platforms. "If there are individuals who are unhappy with certain issues and need explanation, it should be channelled to the proper ...
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The Jackson Five
Family Law Newswatch
If you have a subscription to Family Law Online the new amended rules are available there - We've got a good thing going). 2. Allocation questionnaires are now called directions questionnaires. There has been a name change - allocation questionnaires ...
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Law and Order: Alleged equipment violation leads to arrest of ...
By Howard Owens
Online. Joined: Oct 22 2010. Excellent. An unlicensed driver and his unsafe vehicle were removed from our roads. Anyone care to try to explain again how driver licensing plus vehicle registration and safety laws (inspection) are a bad thing?
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House OKs bill to change overtime pay law | Lubbock Online ...
By Sam Hananel
WASHINGTON — The Republican-led House on Wednesday approved a measure that would give private sector workers the option of trading overtime pay for extra time off weeks or months later.
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