Jun 10, 2013

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Online gambling toes a confusing legal line
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — After a big 2011 crackdown on Web-based poker, the world of online gambling is slowly crawling back. But the road to change is murky: The rules vary by state, and they're dependent on the very specific legal definitions of ...
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Rolling Meadows 'Light Nuisance' Law Up For Final Vote Tuesday
Journal & Topics Newspapers Online
Rolling Meadows residents may need to be more careful with their outside lighting under a new law that recently passed first reading. The law would make "light ... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online ...
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Cedar Rapids man to appear on online show
The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines (blog)
Hazelbaker, who took first place in the Edgewood Road Hy-Vee Seafood Recipe Contest with the dish in May, was recreating it for a new online cooking show: "Anthony Eats America." The web series, which is hosted by "Law & Order" star Anthony Anderson, ...
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Daily Fantasy Sports Websites Benefit From Higher Tolerance To Legal Risk
Recently, Scott Denne of the Wall Street Journal reported that online media conglomerate IAC has taken an investment stake DraftStreet – a daily fantasy sports website that was launched by a team of primarily University of Wisconsin-Madison graduates ...
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Cameron Calls For 'More Action' Against Online Child Abuse Images
TechWeekEurope UK
"When we discover child abuse imagery or are made aware of it, we respond quickly to remove and report it to the appropriate law enforcement authorities," said Scott Rubin, communications director at Google, in a statement sent to TechweekEurope ...
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Prism and online spying: who is watching you?
Channel 4 News (blog)
The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act says that if law enforcement or intelligence services want the actual content of UK communications, they must get a warrant signed by a secretary of state. If they just want the so-called "meta-data" (who ...
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Online voter registration in works
The State Journal-Register
Pat Quinn is expected to sign legislation that will allow online voter registration, and officials of the agencies that would help implement the change in law say they are ready to make it work. "In today's Internet age, allowing residents to register ...
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Bond Required
Ag Journal (blog)
The Massachusetts legislature needs to pass a law requiring ad hoc groups to post bonds when the ad hoc group exists for the purposes of denying developers their lawful rights. It has become a primary tool of such groups to use the courts to stop ...
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Armenian journalists discuss online journalistic ethics with OSCE support
The participants discussed various issues regarding the online media legal field, copyright law protection, online slender, and journalistic ethics as well. The OSCE Office in Yerevan monitors freedom of the media in Armenia, with a particular focus on ...
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Only one in 15 online child porn suspects is arrested
Daily Mail
Jon Brown of the NSPCC said: 'When agencies like Ceop track down people who are downloading and sharing images of child abuse these offenders should feel the full force of the law, so it is very worrying that so few people are actually being arrested.
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Liberty in the Tentacular State
National Review Online (blog)
a sensible, law-abiding Englishman could pass through life and hardly notice the existence of the state, beyond the post office and the policeman. He could live where he liked and as he liked. He had no official number or identity card. He could travel ...
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Google: gatekeeper of the internet's grey area
Google has recently had to make tough decisions regarding law and ethics. Some appear to have been easier than others but each issue tackled – piracy, pornography and facial recognition – has seen the company act as a gatekeeper to this emerging online ...
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Netizens click on cyber law review
New Straits Times
"With the revamped law, Malaysians can say bye-bye to porn, illegal downloads and fraudulent businesses, and welcome a more affordable online content and a safer cyberspace." Student Adrian Thomas said revamping the law would stop troublemakers ...
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Employment at Largest US Law Firms Up Just 1.1 Percent Last Year, According ...
Wall Street Journal (press release)
NEW YORK, June 10, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Hiring at the nation's top law firms expanded at an anemic rate of just over 1 percent in 2012, a signal that the legal sector has not yet fully recovered from the blow of the Great Recession. ALM's The ...
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Canadians getting caught in online spying controversy
Which leaves Internet users at the mercy of law enforcement officers. "The information is stored where we can't access it, and we can't prevent usage of it. The American government pretty much does what it wants." A similar online surveillance law was ...
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David Cameron on Prism: UK intelligence services operate within the law - video
The Guardian
David Cameron on Prism: UK intelligence services operate within the law - video. David Cameron discusses online snooping during a speech to workers at the new London Gateway container port, under construction on the Thames near Tilbury in Essex.
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Online betting returns to Illinois after five month absence
Gaming Intelligence Group (registration)
Residents of the US state of Illinois are able to engage in online horserace betting for the first time in five months after Governor Pat Quinn signed legislation Friday reauthorizing ADW (advance deposit wagering) within the state. Previous state law ...
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The Best Undergraduate B-Schools for Business Law
As part of the 2013 Best Undergraduate B-Schools ranking, Bloomberg Businessweek asked undergraduate business students from this year's graduating class to tell us, via an online survey, about their business school experience, from getting in to ...
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Smooth take-off for NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad
Times of India
The courses comprise both onsite and online sessions across two years (four semesters) covering subjects like introduction to aviation law, principles of management and aerospace technology, international and domestic air law, among others. Students ...
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The Information-Revealing Service
National Review Online (blog)
Eastman is Henry Salvatori Professor of Law and Community Service at Chapman University, in Orange, Calif. Since September 2011 he has also been chairman of the board of the National Organization for Marriage, a group that advocates for traditional ...
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The Bling Ring Steal the Look Giveaway
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Sex Predator Uses Internet Disguise to Victimize Girls
Lawyers.com Blog (blog)
"As with cases involving children, the laws invoked when there is an online sex offense against an adult varies on a case-by-case basis," says O'Connor. "Laws that address the issues of human trafficking, prostitution are among those that may apply." ...
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Herbies expands Belfast with flexible working initiative
The Lawyer
She said HSF and its clients would benefit from the initiative, but she also hoped it would provide more opportunities to law graduates. "It's a way of building up an expertly-trained group of people who'll come in for longer periods to cover a project ...
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The battle to control trade in legal but lethal drugs
Adelaide Now
The ban includes online retailers based outside the state. Retailers in NSW have until today to remove the banned products or face fines of up to $1.1 million under consumer laws that prevent them selling the products because they are a health risk.
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Linklaters storms FTSE 100 as Norton Rose, Slaughters pump up client lists
The Lawyer
Exploit the power of digital with The Lawyer Acumen. The Lawyer Acumen is a comprehensive online resource giving everyone in the legal market real-time business intelligence on the sector. In-House · CPD/Events ... Linklaters and Kerman & Co are the ...
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Shame on you, Barry
Bent County Democrat (blog)
There's that tricky language in the Constitution that says "Congress shall make no law…" So for something to be legal, it has to be both passed by Congress and passed by Congress within the limits of its power. I guess spying on the American people is ...
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Skip online deals if they are 'too good' to believe
Emirates 24/7
Dubizzle has warned customers about dealing with advertisers from abroad, which is illegal according to the UAE law. It has also reiterated its stand not to send money in advance for any online deals. "I am a regular visitor to the dubizzle website and ...
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Zimmerman and profiling go on trial
Greenville News
For more than a year, the Trayvon Martin murder case has ignited protests, death threats, online campaigns and become the center of a national discussion about racial profiling, gun laws and self-defense. That heated debate is sure to intensify as the ...
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Bayan urges SC to decide on Cybercrime Act, backs Snowden
Philippine Star
This measure, aside from penalizing online libel, allows for the real-time collection of traffic data which can lead to violations of the right to privacy. "There is great ... The measure was signed into law by President Benigno Aquino III last year ...
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Law and Order: Reader tips lead to arrest of alleged 400 Towers ...
By Howard Owens
Law and Order: Reader tips lead to arrest of alleged 400 Towers bike thief. Submitted by Howard Owens on June 10, 2013 - 9:13am. Joey A. Evans, 22, of 202 State St., Batavia, is charged with petit larceny. Evans allegedly admitted to a theft ...
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Harbour hotel refusal about law, not politics | Otago Daily Times ...
By Peter Entwisle
Online Edition | Monday, 10 June 2013 | 09:51:41. News · Sport ... Harbour hotel refusal about law, not politics ... Perhaps it is bold of Dunedin people to think their city is worth preserving but by a democratic process they have made it law.
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Data-driven tech industry is shaken by online privacy fears
By Georgetown CNSL
06/10/13: The New York Times reports the dreamers, brains and cranks who built the Internet hoped it would be a tool of liberation and knowledge. Last week, an altogether bleaker vision emerged with new revelations of how the United States ...
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Web3 new results for Law Online
Richmond County Sheriff's Office benevolent fund violates law ...
For decades, Richmond County sheriffs have collected and spent thousands of dollars of public money in a way that violates state law, according to an ...
The Security State as Security Blanket | Online Library of Law and ...
What Burke said of the revolutionary French can be said of the National Security Agency's sweeping collection of information on mobile telephone calls too:
Widener Law - New Online Programs Offer Opportunities for ...
Widener Law has created new online programs designed to provide flexibility for those seeking to further their education while dealing with time constraints.

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