Jun 14, 2013

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Bihar law student hangs self as girlfriend watches online
Indian Express
The Patna police have found that the law student who hanged himself to a ceiling fan at his residence in Pirbahore, Patna, late on Monday night had kept his laptop webcam on for his girlfriend to see him take the extreme step. The police said Harsh ...
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Arlington Heights joins group of cities seeking taxes on online hotel sales
Chicago Tribune (blog)
Arlington Heights is stepping into the complicated legal world of online shopping by joining a dozen other Illinois cities seeking hotel tax revenue from online travel companies. At issue is the online sale of hotel rooms through national discount ...
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Judge rules online cigarette sales are taxable
CPA Practice Advisor
U.S. District Judge Richard J. Arcara ended the fight when he dismissed the last remaining lawsuit from a Seneca Nation business challenging the 2010 federal law restricting the sale of cigarettes on the web. Arcara's decision means the Prevent All ...
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New state laws take effect Friday
Santa Fe New Mexican.com
ALBUQUERQUE — A new law taking effect Friday in New Mexico prohibits most employers from requiring job applicants to provide their user names or passwords for social media accounts. ... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety.
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On the Record: Lawyers learn how to maximize online presence
Daily Record (subscription)
Jabez LaBret (Kristi Tousignant/The Daily Record). Jabez LeBret of Get Noticed Get Found Inc., which helps law firms with marketing strategies, discussed how attorneys can maximize their presence online. LaBret, who co-wrote the book "Online Law ...
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Supreme Court archive has about 14K hours of audio
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
This May 21, 2013 photo shows, Chicago-Kent College of Law Professor Jerry Goldman at his home in Evanston, Ill. Goldman is the mastermind behind the Oyez Project at Chicago-Kent, a multimedia archive devoted to the Supreme Court of the United States ...
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Summit Man Charged With Defrauding Online Auction Sellers
SUMMIT – A 49-year-old Summit man surrendered to law enforcement officers today for allegedly defrauding hundreds of sellers of foreign and antique banknotes on the eBay online auction site, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced via press release.
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Man Sentenced to Six Years' Jail for Trafficking in 100000 Stolen Online Accounts
Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that JUSTIN MILLS was sentenced today in Manhattan federal court to six years in prison for trafficking in tens of thousands of access devices, including stolen ...
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Canada, Mexico respond to labeling law, target commodities
Watertown Public Opinion
On Friday, June 7 the Canadian and Mexico governments made statements saying they were prepared to tax a wide range of imported U.S. products if the U.S. didn't change its policy on U.S. Mandatory Country of Origin Labeling law (MCOOL). kAm$:?46 a__h ...
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Blind Chinese dissident leaving NYU by end of June
Chen has been a special student at the university's U.S.-Asia Law Institute. Subscription Required. An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety. Have an online ...
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Group of Ministers adopts constructive approach to CBI independence
Daily Mail
comments. At the end of the third meeting of the Group of Ministers (GoM) constituted by the Government for Empowerment of the CBI, team member and Law Minister Kapil Sibal told MAIL TODAY, "It has decided to adopt a constructive approach in the matter.
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Quebec Euthanasia: Journalism Malpractice 3
National Review Online (blog)
It accurately reports that the law would allow doctors to commit euthanasia–e.g., directly kill the patient–but it continues the pretense that the lethality would be limited to the "dying:" From the story: Quebec has entered unchartered waters in ...
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6 months after Newtown: Rush of gun laws, mixed results
The News Journal
Since then, the national death toll from guns has topped 5,000, according to a crowdsourced data initiative by online magazine Slate and the Twitter feed @gundeaths. There are about 13,000 to 14,000 murder and non-negligent manslaughter victims each ...
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Amazon could bring 3000 jobs to state and new taxes on online purchases
"Amazon will continue to work with Enterprise Florida on its ongoing projects which will include a return on any taxpayer investment," said Gov. Scott. Currently, Floridians are supposed to pay taxes for online purchases, but there's no way to enforce ...
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TriTech Software Systems Exceeds Records for Strong Year to Date Performance
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
With a record number of sales contracts signed and systems brought online, the year of 2013 is tracking to be the strongest year in the company's history. TriTech provides products and services to address any size and type of agency with an end-to-end ...
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Youth group lauds whistleblower in US spy scandal, slams Cybercrime law
"While much public attention has been given to the Cybercrime Law's provisions on 'online libel', the truly terrifying provisions are those that allow 'warrantless surveillance' or the collecting of any information on the Internet regarding our ...
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Proven Technology to Reduce Crime Comes to San Francisco
Wall Street Journal
LAS VEGAS, Nev. and PALO ALTO, Calif., June 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- AlertID(TM) today announced that its free online and mobile app is now protecting San Francisco. AlertID is the safe way to receive trusted public safety alerts and share information ...
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Sorry, we could not find the Denver Post article you're looking for
Denver Post
By The Denver Post Online Staff. Congratulations! You found a link we goofed up on, and as a result you're here, on the article-not-found page. That said, if you happened to be looking for our photo gallery of the mountain lion and cat encounter, you ...
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When data laws come to SA
The proposed European laws give online consumers the right to withhold personal information while using websites – which presents a challenge to the businesses who have based their revenue model on garnering exactly this kind of data. These laws, if ...
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Obamacare to cost everybody more than they are paying now
Catholic Online
LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - The entire purpose of Obamacare is to ensure that the poorest Americans can afford health care coverage. Despite this lofty goal, the plan has been criticized as a stealth tax ... for not making healthcare affordable ...
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Internet Society Outlines Framework for Discussions on Intellectual Property ...
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
Intellectual Property and the Rule of Law: Intellectual property should be based on principles such as due process, equality of rights, fairness, transparency, the right to be heard, and legal certainty. ... The resulting discussion paper, also ...
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Iowa Online Sales Tax Loophole Closed
Siouxland News
A Judge ruled against that company. Governor Branstad has now signed the e-fairness law that clearly defines what nexus is. Before the E-fairness legislation was passed Best Buy could sell a pair of headphones in its store while an online company could ...
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Iberia Parish makes crash reports available online
KATC Lafayette News
That fee can be paid online when the report is accessed. Iberia Parish is the second local law enforcement agency to make its crash reports available on the web. Earlier this week, the Opelousas Police Department made its crash reports accessible ...
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FBR all set to access bank accounts
The Nation
Mulling over granting Federal Board of Revenue unbridled powers to intrude into the privacy of every bank account holder, the government is set to introduce an extremely controversial tax law to give FBR sweeping authority to conduct surveillance on ...
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Did the IRS Fire Holly Paz?
National Review Online (blog)
The source says Paz was fired last Friday, and a second IRS source tells National Review Online that Paz "dropped off the edge of the world" that day, and that her agency-issued computer, phone, and Blackberry show no activity since then. ... As the ...
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First Edition: June 14, 2013
Kaiser Health News
Also on the blog, Peggy Girshman looks at state-based coverage regarding how Minnesota is preparing for consumer questions about the health law's online insurance marketplaces: "On Oct. 1, individual consumers and small businesses will be able to ...
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APNewsBreak: Fla. reaches deal to bring online merchant and more than 3000 ...
The Republic
Scott's office said that Amazon would begin collecting state sales taxes from residents at the time it is required under state law. Currently, Floridians are supposed to pay taxes for online purchases, but there's no way to enforce the law. The state ...
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Singers to be fined for illegal whiskey promotion video
VietNamNet Bridge
It also violates Article 7 of the Law on Advertising which bans the advertisement of alcohol above 15 percent and Decree 97 on prohibiting the online promotion of banned products or those which are not allowed to be circulated in the market, which ...
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Putin: NGO 'foreign agent' law can be 'improved'
MOSCOW (AP) -- Russian President Vladimir Putin says he would welcome "improving" a controversial law on non-governmental organizations that activists say is aimed at stamping out dissent. Putin told the G20 Civil Summit on Friday that he wanted to ...
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