Jun 18, 2013

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Supreme Court rules Arizona citizenship proof law illegal
A sign directs voters to a polling station in Tempe, Ariz., in this 2010 file photo. The Supreme Court ruled Monday that states cannot on their own require would-be voters to prove they are U.S. citizens before using a federal registration system to ...
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Lawyers Train For Bull Run
Law Week Colorado
While most of the attorneys in Colorado will spend July 4 relaxing with their families and friends, two local attorneys will be boarding a plane for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. On the day celebrating our nation's independence, Adam Massaro, an ...
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Pa. AG sues contraband cigarette sellers
Legal News Line
The Sovran Solutions Online website allegedly said the company did not have to comply with federal tax laws because it was based in Panama, but it deposited payments to its buyers' club into a bank in Nevada. The company then allegedly ordered ...
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Litigants may soon get case details online, through text messages
Times of India
The law ministry, with the help of the Supreme Court, is likely to make data related to all pending cases in subordinate courts uploaded real time starting with the three high courts (HCs) of Maharashtra, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, sources said ...
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Online freedoms bring new rhetorical violence as fierce ideologies clash
Global Times
Wu Danhong, a law professor who writes online under the name of "Wu Fatian," was beaten by a female journalist at Chaoyang Park in Beijing last July after squabbling with her on Sina Weibo. Why are such violent cases rising in China? Can we establish a ...
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Online tax an issue of fairness
Selma Times-Journal
Currently, the law is that online sellers who have a nexus, link or connection through retail or other operations in a state must collect and remit online sales tax but retailers that have no physical presence in a state cannot be required to collect ...
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Natomas Dot-Com Offers Legal Advice
Natomas Buzz
The Aldens own the online legal resource website, Legal.com and operate it out of their offices on Duckhorn Drive. Legal.com will mark its 20th anniversary in August. The website boasts between 6,000 to 7,000 visitors each month worldwide — nearly 80 ...
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Porn Laws 'Allow Animals And Dead People More Rights Than Women' Say ...
Huffington Post UK
The letter calling on David Cameron to close a legal loophole and "take urgent action against violent and misogynistic pornography online" has been signed by Mumsnet, the National Federation of Women's Institutes, the Trades Union Congress, rape crisis ...
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Insurance regulators provide recommendations on electronic commerce
International Law Office
The CCIR recommends that information about the insurance provider should be "easily, directly and permanently" accessible on the websites of all providers that distribute insurance products online (eg, legal name, address, telephone and electronic ...
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Voting by Noncitizens in Arizona
National Review Online (blog)
The U.S. Supreme Court today struck down part of an Arizona state law intended to keep noncitizens from voting and thereby disenfranchising legitimate voters. Within moments of the decision, the Lawyers' Committee on Civil Rights, the ACLU, the League ...
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Supreme Court: Ariz. citizenship proof law illegal
... to make signing up easier. The justices voted 7-2 to throw out Arizona's voter-approved requirement that prospective voters document their U.S. citizenship in order to use a registration form produced under the federal "Motor Voter" voter ...
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Snowden claims online Obama fell short
WMTW Portland
"This disclosure provides Obama an opportunity to appeal for a return to sanity, constitutional policy, and the rule of law rather than men," he posted. "He still has plenty of time to go down in history as the president who looked into the abyss and ...
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Despite Amazon, Florida retailers still pressing for sales tax law
Daytona Beach News-Journal
TALLAHASSEE — Although the details are still sketchy, Amazon's decision to build facilities in Florida and begin paying the state sales tax on its Internet transactions is a significant development in the ongoing battle between Florida retailers and ...
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Faith groups oppose legal prostitution because they care about women's lives
Globe and Mail
That helps explain some unlikely bedfellows who are currently gathered at the Supreme Court to debate Canada's prostitution law. The crowds in four overflow areas and many others watching the proceedings live online were evidence of what Justice Louis ...
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blu eCigs Voices Its Support For New South Carolina Law Prohibiting The Sale ...
IT News Online
CHARLOTTE, N.C., June 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- blu eCigs, the electronic cigarette brand widely known for superior style and quality, today announced its support for a new law prohibiting the sale of electronic cigarettes to minors in the State of ...
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Tesla Clashes With Car Dealers
Wall Street Journal- India
The state of North Carolina may pass a law banning sales of Tesla cars in favor of protecting the business of car dealership franchises, forcing Tesla consumers like Artis Beatty to act quickly with their purchases. WSJ's Michael Ramsey reports ...
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What others say: It shouldn't take a law
Deseret News
Consumers have no way to evaluate whether it's wise to continue online posting or shopping habits that lay bare their personal beliefs or preferences. Yet this kind of disclosure could be more harmful to most Americans than the NSA's mining of metadata ...
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Romney's Revenge
National Review Online (blog)
During the 2012 presidential campaign, Mitt Romney maintained that the health-reform law he signed in Massachusetts was not the same as Obamacare. "Our plan was a state solution to a state problem," Governor Romney insisted. He was trying to fix ...
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Online porn: animals have more rights than women, campaigners say
"A change in the English law would send a clear message that it is illegal to possess pornographic images that promote sexual violence against women." The groups say they are "dismayed" that the loophole continues to exist, especially at a time of ...
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Polk sex predator sting ensnares two from Tampa Bay area
Two men from the Tampa Bay area are among the 41 people authorities arrested this month during an undercover sting targeting online child predators, the Polk County Sheriff's Office said. The investigation began June 8 and ended Sunday. A dozen law ...
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The New Arab Censors
Project Syndicate
Following a general election in January, Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour, who had voted against the law as a member of parliament, assured angry Web-site owners and online journalists that he would work with them to find a solution based on goodwill.
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Family of slain law grad want farm searched
Parents of a slain Mercer University law school graduate want investigators to search farmland in central Georgia in hopes of finding her remains. The parents of 27-year-old ... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need ...
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The Great Treason Trial of 1807
National Review Online (blog)
The Spring issue of the indispensable Claremont Review of Books is on its way to subscribers' mailboxes, and is already online for subscribers (you do subscribe, don't you?). The editors have kindly made accessible to all my review of a fine new book ...
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Google Outlines What It Is Doing To Fight Rogue Online Pharmacies
"Since 2010, we've only permitted U.S.-based online pharmacies accredited under the National Association Boards of Pharmacy 'VIPPS' program to run pharma ads in our AdWords program," writes Google legal director Adam Barea. ... To make the notification ...
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Are you good enough for my son? The rise of mom matchmaking websites that ...
Daily Mail
Mothers, and some father's too, who are impatient to see their single sons wed are now turning to online dating websites to search for an ideal match - and hopefully, future daughter-in-law. Websites such as The J Mom, Duo, and Telugu Matrimony all ...
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Court strikes down Ariz. voter law
The Henderson Daily News
The justices voted 7-2 to throw out Arizona's voter-approved requirement that prospective voters document their U.S. citizenship in order to use a registration form produced under the federal "Motor Voter" voter registration law. kAmu656C2= =2H "AC64 ...
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Snowden claims online Obama expanded 'abusive' security programs
CNN International
They say the law allows collection of metadata, such as the time and numbers of phone calls, and that a special federal court must approve accessing the content -- listening to the call itself. In the blog posts on Monday, the writer identified as ...
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Movers and shakers
After law school, I was hired by Unum in 1995 as in-house counsel. I was working on an e-commerce law at a time when people were groping for answers on online privacy. In 1999, I was recruited to be privacy counsel for Engage, an online ad company in ...
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Report: Slowdown in health care costs to continue
Berkshire Eagle
If the calculations are correct, cost spikes because of the new health care law should be contained within a relatively narrow market segment. That would come as a relief for Democrats in an election year during which Republicans plan to use criticism ...
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Penalties to rise in changes lined up for China's Food safety Law
South China Morning Post
... meeting that the law needed amendments to cope with demands for redefinition of the responsibilities of government agencies, tougher punishment for food safety violations and rules to close legal loopholes in areas such as food sold online, the ...
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Rights groups warn against moves to block illegal online content
Financial Times
"We are very concerned about changes to the law or industry practices that involve restrictions on access to information online," the groups said. "The powers to make decisions about what people are allowed to see and do on the internet are significant ...
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Online child predator sting in Polk County nets 41 arrests
Central Florida News 13
Aguilar graduated from the Law Enforcement Academy at Miami Dade College, but he did not complete the basic recruit training program at the Bowling Green Police Department. Detectives said they found a gun under the passenger seat of Aguilar's vehicle.
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House takes up far-reaching anti-abortion bill
The legislation expected to pass the Republican-controlled House as early as Tuesday has no chance of becoming law in the near future: The Democratic-led Senate will ignore it and the White House has issued a veto threat. But the measure gives social ...
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State police provide tips to protect kids from cyber crime
Bowling Green Daily News
... 0 comments. For children, summer is a vacation from school with more free time. For law enforcement, though, summer is when investigators see a spike in complaints involving child exploitation, particularly through online social networks.
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Facebook, Microsoft reveal number of government requests for your info, but no ...
Catholic Online
And we respond only as required by law." Other firms ... User privacy is a major concern for many denizens of the internet, and with the level of personal information provided by users online, individuals have become leery of losing their privacy ...
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Fine Print: In digital world, oversight of intelligence gathering is key
Washington Post
Last year, Microsoft provided data on customers to 50 countries in response to their law enforcement requests and court orders related to the company's online and cloud services, including its Hotmail and Outlook e-mail programs, SkyDrive, Xbox Live, ...
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'RHONJ' Star Melissa Gorga Compares Teresa ... - Radar Online
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During the June 16 episode of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Teresa Giudice and her two friends — Kim DePaola and Linda Burger — verbally attacked her sister-in-law, Melissa Gorga, at her daughter Gia's birthday party and ...
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Supreme Court Strikes Down Arizona Voter Registration Law ...
By Tommy Christopher
As much of the political world breathlessly awaits decisions on cases involving marriage equality, affirmative action, and the Voting Rights Act, the Supreme Court delivered a decision on an Arizona law that required voters to submit proof of ...
09:05 AM - How Appealing - Law.com
Online at The Daily Beast, law professor Richard L. Hasen -- author of the "Election Law Blog" -- has an essay titled "The Supreme Court Gives States New Weapons in the Voting Wars; What looks like a victory for the federal government may ...
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Google Public Policy Blog: Combating rogue online pharmacies
By Google Public Policy Blog
Working together, companies in the private sector, non-profit organizations, and law enforcement have made it increasingly difficult for rogue pharmacies to effectively market their illegal products online, and operators of these sites are being ...
Google Public Policy Blog
Law and Order: Two men accused of trying to skip bill at Sporto's ...
By Howard Owens
Law and Order: Two men accused of trying to skip bill at Sporto's, causing disturbance. Submitted by Howard Owens on June 18, 2013 - 6:41am. Gregory A. Cole, III, 21, of 3 Hyde Park, Batavia, is charged with disorderly conduct (obscene ...
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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 ...
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The heightened concerns over privacy brought about by recent revelations about NSA monitoring will likely attract greater scrutiny to the rapidly expanding and ...

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