Jun 17, 2013

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Branstad favors federal law for online sales taxes
Radio Iowa
Key conservative groups like the National Taxpayers Union oppose the proposed law, saying it amounts to a tax hike, particularly on younger Americans who do much of their shopping online. Branstad disagrees. "Those people that are circumventing the ...
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NJ Sports Betting Case Demonstrates Federal Online Gambling Issue
Legal Poker Sites (blog)
Many gambling proponents in the United States are hoping that New Jersey prevails in its defense of legalized sports betting in the State. New Jersey appealed after losing the first round of the battle, but has responded to briefs filed by the ...
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Apple received thousands of data requests from US law enforcers
June 17, 2013 — IDG News Service — Apple received between 4,000 and 5,000 requests for customer data from U.S. law enforcement between Dec. 1 and May 31, the company said on Monday. "Between 9,000 and 10,000 accounts or devices were ...
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In Online Partnerships, Legal Compliance Is Key
Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription)
More and more colleges are expanding into online education, through traditional courses and MOOCs, or massive open online courses. Developing courses is expensive and requires a lot of technical expertise, so many colleges are forming partnerships with ...
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Court: Ariz. citizenship proof law illegal
The Supreme Court says states cannot require would-be voters to prove they are U.S. citizens before using a federal registration system designed to make signing up easier. The justices voted 7-2 to throw out Arizona's voter-approved requirement that ...
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Google Pledges $5M To Fight Online Child Exploitation
Google, which has no interest in surfacing any of these sites and images, has long worked with numerous nonprofit organizations and law enforcement agencies to help protect children online and keep these sites out of its index. The company has, however ...
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Tiyan Parkway bill signed into law - KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On ...
GUAM - Legislation aimed at helping the Tiyan parkway move forward was signed into law late last week. Bill 125 would appropriate half a million dollars from the Guam Territorial Highway fund to Public Works for the acquisition of property for the ...
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Obamacare's big question: What's it going to cost me?
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
Key: Unless otherwise noted, the provisions apply to new plans in the individual market and new and grandfathered plans (those in effect before the health care law was signed in March 2010) in the small-group market. (A) Does not apply to plans in the ...
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Obamacare's Not-So-Safe-Harbor Plans
National Review Online (blog)
But some struggling hourly employees could soon face even higher health costs than before the law was implemented. These unlucky ... The health law is complex, making the explanation for this unintended consequence complicated, too. But, basically, as ...
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Love or country? Immigration law means hard choices for gay couples
But current immigration law does not allow a U.S. citizen in a same-sex relationship to sponsor his or her spouse or partner. There are nearly 30,000 such couples in America who now find themselves in the crosshairs of two critical national debates ...
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Eversheds eyes expansion for Africa network
The Lawyer
The firm got into hot water after it formally changed its name to Eversheds in July 2009, leading to the domestic law society, The Law Society of the Northern Provinces, to claim that Eversheds had broken the Attorneys Act and ordered a reversal ...
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Mega balks at proposed spy powers
Manawatu Standard
Kim Dotcom's Mega online storage service has filed a submission with the law and order select committee, arguing that service providers should not be covered by new spy laws. Chief executive Vikram Kumar said that, as drafted, the Telecommunications ...
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DNA collection not unreasonable
Our view: This is a common-sense ruling that better protects the public and helps law enforcement find the guilty and exonerate the innocent. Subscription Required. An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online ...
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It's Beyond Ridiculous That Email (But Not Mail) Has Been Left Out of Privacy Laws
Because the federal laws meant to protect our Fourth Amendment right "to be secure in [our] persons, houses, papers and effects, against unreasonable search and seizure" do not adequately cover Americans' property online. Especially email. Under ...
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Signature campaign on Father's Day against domestic violence
Macau Daily Times
The Macao Domestic Violence Law Concern Group is holding an online and street signature campaign to rally public support for the categorization of domestic violence as a public crime. The campaign opposes the government's attempt to make DV a semi-
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Pa. Attorney General files suit over 'tax-free' online cigarette sales operation
The Pennsylvania Record
The lawsuit alleges that the defendants ignored rules and regulations with regard to how cigarettes may be legally sold in Pennsylvania, and that they misrepresented the legality of the sales and ignored the law having to do with the fire safety of ...
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Internet sales get free ride in Florida
The state's residents are supposed to pay taxes for online purchases. But most everybody knows that the state has no easy way to enforce the law, which requires retailers and e-companies with a physical presence in Florida to collect the 6 percent ...
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Snowden claim online says Obama expanded 'abusive' security programs
CNN International
But instead, he said Obama "closed the door on investigating systemic violations of law, deepened and expanded several abusive programs, and refused to spend the political capital to end the kind of human rights violations like we see in Guantanamo, ...
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Texas attorney Rania Combs highlights wills that contain some interesting, and sometimes bizarre, bequests and stipulations.
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Law and Order: Man accused of urinating on Thruway from overpass ...
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Law and Order: Man accused of urinating on Thruway from overpass also faces weapon, marijuana charge. Submitted by Howard Owens on June 17, 2013 - 9:05am. John E. Vauss, 51, of Kohlman Street, Rochester, is charged with public ...
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Are cable companies breaking the law to keep Internet TV down ...
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Are cable companies breaking the law to keep Internet TV down? By Graeme McMillan — June 17, 2013. Add a comment. 1. 2. 1. tv. There are hundreds of channels on your cable television, but why can't you access all these outlets online?
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AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — The Legislature's approval of the state budget, Medicaid expansion and a plan to pay the hospitals' debt have been getting most of the ...

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