Jun 3, 2013

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Read Florida's New Law Targeting Online Bullying
StateImpact Florida
The law makes three big changes: Students can be bullied publicly or privately; defines cyberbullying as harassment using electronic means, such as email or impersonating someone online; and allows schools to get involved if off-campus bullying affects ...
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Sex predators blackmail children online
Irish Examiner
Law enforcement agencies said online sexually precocious behaviour by young people — from flirting, to sexualised chat and sharing of sexualised or indecent images (sexting) — is increasingly putting them at risk. The report produced by Europol said ...
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Singapore bloggers rebel against new law
Asian Correspondent
Singapore's blogging community is rebelling against a stringent new law that requires online news sites to put up a performance bond of S$50,000 and to submit to government censorship, calling for the general public and bloggers to rally next Saturday ...
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Jordan: 304 national news websites blocked
Business Standard
Jordan says it has blocked unlicensed news websites in a step toward regulating online media widely criticised by the government and readers for sensational reporting. By today, access to 304 domestic online sites was cut, said the Press and ...
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Can gaming help students learn the law?
Canadian Lawyer Magazine
Gaming is a novel concept in law, but a new platform featured at this week's LawTechCamp event in Toronto will introduce a concept law students might want to take note of: online mooting. Technological and business innovations, of course, are pushing ...
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Online Media and Teen Suicide
Huffington Post
Victims are often unable to separate themselves from bullies who are just a click away online. Hateful text messages and the spreading of inappropriate content on social media, cell phones and video websites also represent serious concerns for parents ...
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PRO: Online sales tax evens playing field among retailers
Victoria Advocate
Current laws require brick-and-mortar businesses to collect taxes at the point of sale, according to the release. While consumers who purchase those same items online are, by law, responsible for paying sales taxes when filing their state tax returns ...
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Qatar government backs tighter online media codes
Las Vegas Sun
Stronger media laws also have been placed in many Gulf countries as officials worry about growing opposition linked to the Arab Spring. Qatar's measures would give wide leeway to punish websites or social media users for items considered a threat to ...
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Cambridge University defends law exam paper containing descriptions of oral ...
Daily Mail
The Faculty of Law has previously used graphic scenarios in its papers with one exam, which was posted online last year, presenting a similar question about a drinking society initiation ceremony which involved running naked through Cambridge while ...
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Online Newspaper Forum Suspended - Government Should Allow Publication of ...
A new draft media law, approved by the parliament in April, contains provisions that would severely curtail media freedom and expose journalists to heavy fines for ill-defined offenses. In particular, the law would drastically limit the topics on which ...
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Ten things you didn't know about the Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public ...
OUPblog (blog)
An A-Z of public international law: The online version of the Encyclopedia contains a grand total of 1,639 articles, on subjects ranging from air warfare to the Zambezi River — and it's growing. Better get started. 6. Bizarre content: The Encyclopedia ...
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Nigerian LGBTIs launch online petition slamming 'Jail the Gays' bill
Gay Star News
If the bill is signed into law, the rights of LGBTI Nigerians, from free speech and to freedom of association, will be curtailed because of the ban on groups supporting LGBTI people and their rights. The group claim the bill is already allowing the ...
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Barron's Recap: Should Pot Be Legal?
Benzinga Share: Comments. This weekend in Barron's online: the case for the legalization of marijuana, the hidden costs in tech and the prospects for Intel, Waste Management and recent spinoffs. Cover Story. "Should Pot Be Legal?" by Thomas G. Donlan.
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Addleshaws embarks on exclusive alliance with Tokyo firm
The Lawyer
Managing partner Paul Devitt said: "Our alliance with Hashidate Law Office, together with our investment in new overseas offices, provides us with a strong foot-print in key economies." It comes just a week after the firm launched in Qatar through the ...
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Graphic content of Cambridge University's law exam shocks students
Sebastian Salek, a third year law student, told online student publication The Tab: "It was surprising to see the university directly reference drinking societies and particularly initiations, which they generally tend to turn a blind eye to." "Miranda ...
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Law Technology News Profiles Stanford Law School's Center for Legal ...
Wall Street Journal (press release)
NEW YORK, June 3, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Stanford Law School's Center for Legal Informatics, which has become the vortex of entrepreneurial ideas for leveraging technology to reshape the practice of law, is the subject of an intriguing cover story in ...
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Blogs1 new result for Law Online
During stopover in Batavia, DiNapoli says IDAs should not broadly ...
By Howard Owens
The state law meant to curtail tax breaks by IDAs for retail developments should be defined as narrowly as possible, according to Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. ... Online. Joined: Mar 10 2010. Mr. DiNapoli is one of the good guys. His office ( Comptroller) is the only one that is providing any real oversight and transparency on public authorities. "Public authorities are an increasingly influential sphere of government, but they still operate in the shadows with too little accountability to the ...
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Web1 new result for Law Online
Picture This: The Law is an Ass - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Who says a donkey can't make a superb pet -- at least once you get it up the stairs? Here, a woman in Brussels argues with the police after neighbors ...

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