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Jordan online journalists protest 'repressive' law
Ahram Online
Jordan online journalists protest 'repressive' law. Jordanian journalists and protesters looking to scrap "repressive" government law to block 290 unlicenced news websites. AFP , Wednesday 12 Jun 2013. Print · Send · Tweet · Share/Bookmark. Related ...
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Legal - but lethal. How your child can buy drugs online as easily as you order ...
Daily Mail
Professor Les Iversen, chairman of the Home Office's Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs, says that the people behind these legal highs keep one step ahead of the law by tweaking their formulas as soon as new bans are introduced, creating new ...
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'Apostrophe laws' named for kid victims on the wane
The News Journal
But Cristina's Law's chances may be crippled by a growing concern about online privacy. The New Jersey Assembly last year passed legislation to ban employers even from asking potential hires if they have an online presence and from making them disclose ...
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FedEx Fights U.S. in Online-Pharmacy Probe After UPS Deal
Bloomberg Law
The latest fight against a government investigation that might compromise customer privacy isn't coming from a phone or Internet company. It's coming from FedEx Corp. (FDX). The operator of the world's largest cargo airline vows to fight any charges ...
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In Southeast Asia, the Web Gets Tangled Amid Dissent
Wall Street Journal
Officials have stressed that the new rules are meant to harmonize its media laws and aren't meant to curb online dissent. Activists fear that the PAP—which has dominated Singapore since 1959—is trying to prevent the Internet from providing further ...
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Law on online piracy may be adopted next week
MOSCOW, June 13 (RAPSI) - The State Duma plans to adopt next week a bill on online piracy designed, in part, to prevent the illegal posting of films and music on torrent trackers, United Russia Deputy Viktor Pinsky, deputy chair of the House Committee ...
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Advertising industry takes steps to address concerns about online copyright ...
Nick Stringer, director of regulatory affairs at the IAB UK, told Out-Law.com that the framework would be voluntary to join and address the issue of "ad misplacement" as a whole. He said it would make commercial sense for advertising intermediary ...
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Upshur County Sheriff's Department joins online investigative database
Longview News-Journal
The Upshur County Sheriff's Office has joined more than 2,500 law enforcement agencies and businesses that participate in LeadsOnline — an online investigative tool that helps law enforcement locate theft suspects and retrieve stolen goods. Lt ...
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California's E-Fairness Law Will Be More Effective If the Marketplace Fairness ...
Last fall, California's e-fairness law went into effect. It successfully closed a decades-old tax loophole that had allowed online sellers to avoid collecting sales tax, which created a significant price advantage at the direct expense of the brick-and ...
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Online and in danger in Burma
CPJ Press Freedom Online
Now, planned foreign investments in mobile infrastructure promise to expand access, but a draft telecommunications law would leave intact many of the vague legal restrictions used to curb online freedoms in the past. By Shawn W. Crispin. Burmese ...
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Constitutional Obstacles in Ohio's Path to Online Gambling
While the state of Ohio is only speculating an online gambling regime at present, with no actual law in the legal pipelines, one potential obstacle in its path may be Ohio's own constitution. A 2009 state constitutional amendment dictates that casino ...
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The Miller Law Firm Files Suit On Behalf of Boutique Condominium Building For ...
Wall Street Journal (press release)
SAN FRANCISCO, June 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A boutique condo building filed suit for numerous construction defects and building standard violations through counsel, The Miller Law Firm. The 68 Harriet Street Owners Association is a 16-unit residential ...
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Argentina Approves Tax Amnesty; Australia to Alter Privacy Law; Brazil ...
Wall Street Journal (press release)
MyCalendar is a one-stop online compliance tracking tool that tracks statutory and regulatory compliance deadlines in more than 45 global jurisdictions. MyCalendar is daily updated based on the reports from our in-house research team that keeps track ...
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Workforce commission enforces wage payment law
Pampa News
TWC administers the Texas Payday Law, which requires private employers to provide workers with earned compensation in a complete and timely manner. "The Texas Payday Law ... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an ...
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AGs urge House to oppose online sales tax
Greenwich Time
The measure has no force of law but formally expresses the Legislature's opinion. In Alaska, Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Begich told a small group of local business leaders in Juneau last week that he supported a tax for online sales. He said Alaska ...
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Military law experts: Marines may not be able to ban troops from offensive sites
Military Times
Jackie Speier, right, who demanded the Marine Corps take action against Marines who post online images and comments degrading to female Marines, Commandant Gen. James F. Amos, left, said the Corps will examine making some websites off limits. () ...
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A day to go down in history - the launch of a legal textbook makes front page news
Legal Week (blog)
There is a reason why reactionary newspapers like The Express are so upset by the prospect free online legal information. People knowing about their rights and the law surrounding them makes it a lot harder to unlawfully deport, imprison, and torture them.
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Law & Order Briefs
Arizona Daily Star
A 67-year-old Tucson man who was having an illicit online relationship with a teen in Minnesota was arrested Wednesday. Gary Duane Keith faces four counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, said Sgt. Chris Widmer, a Tucson Police Department spokesman.
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New SC laws include student protections
COLUMBIA — Measures to protect students from concussions and fatal allergies and prevent them from puffing on electronic cigarettes are among those becoming law in South Carolina. Gov. Nikki Haley signed 28 bills last week after the regular ...
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Jordan journalists rise up against 'repressive' website law
Middle East Online
First Published: 2013-06-12. Jordan journalists rise up against 'repressive' website law. Journalists demonstrate against government decision to block unlicensed local news websites, as experts voice alarm over freedom of expression. Middle East Online ...
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More Estate Plans Account for 'Digital Assets'
Wall Street Journal
Currently, only Connecticut, Idaho, Indiana, Oklahoma and Rhode Island allow that, according to the Uniform Law Commission, the group drafting the law. Anyone trying to manage online affairs in an estate knows the job can be daunting because of the ...
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Online Talk Shows Made for Your Phone
Wall Street Journal
"It's better to see two people talking on a small screen than to watch 'Star Wars' on a phone," says Mr. Law, whose company's online talk show "On the Table with Eric Ripert" was licensed for distribution by NBCUniversal's new Esquire cable network ...
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Lawmaker proposes installing panic buttons in schools
The News Journal
Schools across Delaware could get panic buttons like those in banks if legislation aimed at improving school safety becomes law. House Bill 33, sponsored by Rep. Joseph Miro (R-Pike Creek), would require every school in Delaware to have an alarm system ...
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FedEx Fights US in Online-Pharmacy Probe After UPS Settlement
The law regulates the manufacture and distribution of narcotics and certain other drugs and chemicals used in the illegal production of controlled substances. Consumers are turning to online pharmacies because of the convenience and privacy of ...
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Online Modern Greek now a reality
Neos Kosmos
Griffith's Dean (Learning and Teaching) of Arts, Education and Law, Professor Glenn Finger, said the new courses demonstrated contemporary online learning innovation. "The opportunity was enabled as Flinders University in South Australia received ...
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Majority feel victimized by wrong application of law
Arab Times Kuwait English Daily
Majority feel victimized by wrong application of law 'Its time to pack up bags'. KUWAIT CITY, June 12: In this week's online poll, the Arab Times asked voters what they felt were the psychological effects of deportations on them. The mood is generally ...
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Law enforcement team up, check known sex offenders
JAY - Law enforcement officers knocked on doors of known sex offenders Wednesday to make sure they were in compliance with a recent Oklahoma law. "There are 107 ... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online ...
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Online petition asks Ocenside to ban plastic bags
U-T San Diego
OCEANSIDE — An online petition asking Oceanside to ban plastic shopping bags had garnered over 540 supporters by Wednesday afternoon. Solana Beach implemented a ban on plastic shopping bags last year, but a similar law has little chance of passing ...
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Sandoval signs medical marijuana dispensary law
Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval signed SB374 into law Wednesday evening. The measure establishes the framework to make pot available to medical marijuana card holders, and imposes fees and requirements for growers, processors and dispensaries.
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Assembly passes voting bill allowing online registration
Under current law, voters can register by mail or in person but not online. "If people are entering this information themselves and we're just importing that into the statewide, voter registration system, it appears this might be a time saver for us ...
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Cuomo's Anti-Women Abortion-Expansion Bill
National Review Online (blog)
With its sweeping proclamation that "no prosecution or proceeding shall be brought . . . under the penal law or otherwise," the Cuomo bill issues an invitation to the next Kermitt Gosnell to set up a "back alley" clinic right on Main Street. The bill ...
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Online Muslim forums foster tolerance and fuel vitriol
Washington Post (blog)
Khamis said that the growth of the online Islamic community has introduced the "threat of uninformed religious advice, or fatwas, from online muftis" (interpreters of Muslim law). She said online forums tend to lack traditional Muslim scholars, and ...
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Attorney general to fight online sales tax
Montana Standard
Supporters of the tax bill say it would level the playing field between online retailers and retail stores, allowing states to recoup several billion dollars in taxes currently owed but not collected, the Washington Post has reported. Thirteen CEOs of ...
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Mo. Gov. Nixon signs various measures into law
Seattle Post Intelligencer
... medication cannot be a controlled substance. Other legislation signed Wednesday includes a designation of May as "Motorcycle Awareness Month" in Missouri. ___. Bills signed into law: SB33, SB36, SB72, SB121, SB197, HB133, HB315, HB656. Online: ...
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Mena online ad market to reach $2.8 billion by 2016
Khaleej Times
Omar Christidis, founder and CEO of ArabNet, said the potential for meteoric growth in the online sector is clear. "We are living in times when the ones who fail to keep up pace will stand to lose business. It's the law of the survival of the fastest ...
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Big brother is listening
Online sales of 1984, George Orwell's dark novel on the dangers of totalitarianism, have soared after revelations that the US government has been snooping on the online activity of citizens. Orwell wrote this novel in 1948 to warn the world about the ...
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Markey, Gomez and privacy
St. John News Online (blog)
And he voted against reauthorizing the Foreign Intelligence Security Act last year." In 2011, he uncovered 1.3 million requests from law enforcement for cell phone users' location data. He authored the 1998 Children's Online Privacy Act. Gomez, on the ...
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Bikes and beers: what the law has to say
Minneapolis Star Tribune
A comment on our online story said, for example, that a simple review of case law would prove that you can, in fact, get arrested for drunk driving. That comment sounds pretty authoritative, until you realize it's wrong. There's no law in Minnesota ...
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StructuredRetailProducts.com Again Names Morrison & Foerster Best Law Firm ...
Wall Street Journal (press release)
NEW YORK, June 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Morrison & Foerster LLP was recognized for its leadership and innovation in the structured products industry by StructuredRetailProducts.com, which awarded the Firm "Best Law Firm in the Americas" for the ...
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FBI director defends surveillance programs, says 9/11 could have been prevented
Fox News
Following revelations about the federal government's surveillance programs, FBI Director Robert Mueller defended the government's collection of millions of U.S. phone records, emails and other information that people transmit online as vital to the ...
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Assembly passes bipartisan elections bill
(AP) - The Assembly passed a bill Wednesday that would double the amount people could donate to political campaigns and also allow for online registration, but it was unclear if the Senate would act on it before adjourning for the summer. Republican ...
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Council backtracks after cat owners pounce on licensing law
News of the ordinance's approval last week drew an angry response online from cat owners who complained that they had not known about it. Dozens of ... "To pass a law you know residents cannot abide by doesn't make any sense." Are you ...
Law and Order: Batavia accussed of stealing property from Pringle ...
By Howard Owens
Law and Order: Batavia accussed of stealing property from Pringle Avenue porch. Submitted by Howard Owens on June 13, 2013 - 7:54am. Ryan D. Shumway, 33, of 104 Jackson St., rear, Batavia, is charged with petit larceny and criminal ...
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