Jun 22, 2013

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Faith and the Law: Church leaders asked to help members get legal help
Daytona Beach News-Journal
Pastor David Johnson works in his office at Hamilton United Methodist Church on Wednesday, June 19, 2013, in Nashville, Tenn. Johnson has helped several people find free legal help through the Tennessee Access to Justice Commission's faith-based ...
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Telenor supports new law against online threats, hatred
Views and News from Norway
The head of Telenor Norge AS, the domestic division of huge Norwegian telecoms firm Telenor, is hoping for a summer free of online bullying and threats after a new law took effect that makes such digital activity a crime. Berit Svendsen, managing ...
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Vermont Hospitals Say No to Assisted Suicide
National Review Online (blog)
Vermont's smallest hospital has become the latest medical facility to opt out of the state's new aid-in-dying law. But the decision, rendered by the Grace Cottage Hospital board of trustees on Friday, was deemed "temporary." Hospital administrators ...
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Three Steps You Can Take to Protect Yourself From Online Spying
Gizmodo
The recent PRISM scandal has validated both the general public's growing unease with federal law enforcement agencies, and many of the fringe element's accusations about Big Brother's online behavior. Whether or not it's legal under the PATRIOT Act ...
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Nation spends up on illegal drugs
Merimbula News Weekly
The amount spent was $2 billion more than Australians spent on fashion and nearly double their spending on literature. Figures from 2011-2012. Drug experts and anti-drug campaigners said the data showed Australians spent about seven times more buying ...
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Online retailing competition issues
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
The rapid growth of online retailing and the challenges it is bringing for traditional bricks and mortar retailers is well documented. Less well documented is how the law is adapting to this fundamental change in the retail sector. The relative ease ...
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Arkansas doctors expect more demand with new law
Arkansas Online (subscription)
Here in Arkansas, where insurance companies plan to sell their policies to more than 500,000 residents through an online marketplace created under the federal health care law, there is a shortage of primary health care professionals. Demand for medical ...
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Online shoppers, services, top earners will pay more July 1
Pioneer Press
The new law requires online retailers that have a physical presence or affiliates in Minnesota to start collecting state sales taxes, eliminating their advantage over Minnesota's bricks-and-mortar stores that already collect the tax. Last week, Amazon ...
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NBC Announces Fall Premiere Dates for SVU, The Blacklist and More
St. John News Online
NBC has announced premiere dates for its fall schedule, including long-running drama Law Order: SVU and anticipated new series The Blacklist and The Michael J. Fox Show. SVU fans will ... Connect with SJ News Online - St. John, KS. Facebook · RSS ...
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Startup Pushes Encryption, but Doubts Arise
Wall Street Journal
CipherCloud has gained significant traction in the burgeoning market for helping companies keep online data secure, and while its defense-related business is small, it says it has more than 1.2 million corporate end users across 10 industries. But ...
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Albion man accused of selling prescription drugs
The Daily News Online
ALBION — A village man faces 22 drug charges, including the most serious drug felony available under New York law, after police raided his house Thursday. Vance R. DeRoller, 45, of 130 West Academy St., had been the focus of a 10-month investigation ...
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Data Security Is a Classroom Worry, Too
New York Times
Although a federal law protecting children's online privacy requires online services to take reasonable measures to secure personal information — like names and e-mail addresses — collected from children under 13, the law doesn't specifically require ...
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Bedford Internet Cafe Closed; Charges Filed Against Pair
Monroe Evening News
A Bedford Township Internet cafe where online gambling allegedly was taking place has been shut down and two men face charges as part of a statewide sweep of what Michigan's top law enforcement official says is an illegal activity. The Michigan ...
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Pa. voter ID law likely not affected by Ariz. case
San Francisco Chronicle
"The bottom line is any law that would make it more restrictive for a person to vote is a bad law," he said. "We should be encouraging people to vote rather than discouraging." ___. Online: http://bit.ly/12GTmlN. ___. Information from: The Patriot-News ...
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Xumanii(R) Adds Experience and Guidance by Retaining the Services of ...
Wall Street Journal
The Company had met with several Entertainment Attorneys with many different law firms and decided that Mr. Katz was the right person for Xumanii to assist and accelerate the process of talent and artist acquisition. Mr. Katz is former Chairman of the ...
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Gawker's Unpaid Interns Sue After Fox Searchlight Wage Ruling
Businessweek
Gawker Media LLC was sued by unpaid interns who allege the online publisher violated minimum-wage law, days after a federal judge ruled in a similar case that interns at Fox Searchlight Pictures Inc. should have been paid. In the Gawker case, filed ...
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Kids and the social network: As Valley's elementary students go online ...
Snoqualmie Valley Record
Thomas warned the group that fifth graders can get in trouble with the law for what they do online. "If I put something on the Internet, can I really delete it? Is it really gone?" Thomas asked. "There are records of every single website you have ever ...
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Arkansas doctors expect more demand with new law
By The Associated Press
Some health care professionals fear there won't be enough primary care professionals to meet demand next year as newly insured Arkansans gain coverage under the federal health care law.
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Concern at 'weasel words' of search and seizure law change | Otago ...
By John Lewis
[image]A University of Otago law lecturer says the Government's Education Amendment Act 2012 has provided a ''potential playground for lawyers''. ... Otago Daily Times. Online Edition | Sunday, 23 June 2013 | 05:37:41. News.
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Ranzenhofer's bill to reform laws for non-profits passes Senate | The ...
By Howard Owens
Press release: The New York State Senate yesterday passed the Nonprofit Revitalization Act (S5845), sponsored by Senator Michael Ranzenhofer (R-C-I, Amherst), that would – for the first time in 40 years – overhaul state laws that govern ... Online. Joined: Nov 20 2012. The concept of non-profits are great - we love volunteerism and we love charity work. What we don't love are corporations masquerading as charities and cronyism that gives jobs, sometimes high salaried jobs, ...
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Kan. doctors file suit over anti-abortion law - Herald Online
Two Kansas doctors filed a lawsuit Friday in state court seeking to overturn a sweeping new anti-abortion law set to take effect in July, only a day after Planned Parenthood attacked portions of that law in a federal lawsuit.
Rock Hill Herald Online -- National...
Snowden's return to US could be legal battle - National Election ...
Police Commissioner Andy Tsang told reporters only that the case would be dealt with according to the law. A police statement said it was "inappropriate" for the police to comment on the case. A one-page criminal complaint against Snowden ...
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80pc women repression cases false: Law Minister - The Independent
By [email protected] (Independent Online report)
Author / Source: Independent Online report. E-mail · Print · PDF. DHAKA: Law Minister Barrister Shafique Ahmed on Saturday said some eighty per cent cases relating to women and children repression are false and fabricated. "It has been ...
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Privacy advocates hope Texas law against online ... - InfoWorld
While the Lone Star state is the first, it is unlikely to be the last to pass a law requiring law enforcement to obtain a warrant to read people's email.
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