Jul 22, 2013

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Prime Minister David Cameron warns of tough crackdown and legal reforms for ...
Scottish Daily Record
DAVID CAMERON has threatened to impose tough new laws on internet giants if they fail to blacklist key search terms for horrific images by October as part a crackdown on online porn unveiled today. The Prime Minister set out a raft of reforms to ...
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Poker Player Drafts His Own Online Poker Legislation
At both the state and federal level in the US, legislators have had difficult time crafting online poker legislation that is acceptable to the wide array of stakeholders. To date only Delaware, New Jersey and Nevada have been able to enact laws ...
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'Graying of the bar' concerns Maine, NH legal groups
"I guess some of us lose our marbles before others," said Portsmouth lawyer Bob Shaines, who is sharp at age 83, is half of the Shaines and McEachern law firm, and is writing his third book. "I'm not aware of any lawyers practicing who, because of age ...
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Citizens' initiative: Online copyright law revisions to go to Parliament
YLE News
A citizens' initiative for more reasonable application of copyright law passed the 50,000 signature mark on Monday, meaning it will go to Parliament for debate. Meanwhile, a call for a national referendum on continued EU membership expired without ...
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Online hate-speech 'accounts for 10 per cent of racism'
Irish Times
Online "hate" accounts for more than 10 per cent of racism cases reported to the Immigrant Council of Ireland. Figures released by the council to coincide with European Day for the Victims of Hate show that internet "hate speech" or the use of social ...
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Glaxo says executives may have broken Chinese law
BEIJING (AP) — GlaxoSmithKline, target of a bribery probe in China, said Monday some executives may have broken the law, while rival drug maker AstraZeneca said police are investigating one of its sales representatives. GSK said its president for ...
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Decree targets online freedoms in Vietnam
CPJ Press Freedom Online
"We call on Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung's government to scrap this outrageous law and to immediately halt its campaign against online journalists and bloggers." The decree applies to both local and foreign companies that provide Internet services or ...
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Lobby group demands to know why copyright law review delayed until TPP talks ...
National Business Review
"In an age when we're being encouraged to connect with government and other resources entirely online it seems odd we would retain a law which allows for citizens to be disconnected from the internet," Tuanz CEO Paul Brislen tells NBR ONLINE.
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Report: Scalia Approaches Godwin's Law
The Atlantic Wire
Eventually, as Godwin's law scholars are well aware, any online discussion will produce a comparison to Hitler or the Nazis. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia reportedly expanded Godwin's reach to Snowmass Village, Colorado, on Saturday by dropping ...
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In The World Of Internet Policy, Online Freedom Hangs In The Balance
Yet these revelations of how much the US government has been spying on its population shouldn't be so shocking given that the underlying law – the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act – has been in place since 1978. If the digital era has empowered ...
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Cruz: Path to Citizenship 'Profoundly Unfair'
National Review Online (blog)
In explaining his opposition to the Senate's legislation, Cruz explained, "If the Gang of Eight bill became the law, in ten, twenty years, we wouldn't have 11 million people here illegally — we'd have 20 or 30 million." (The Congressional Budget ...
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Schools get tough on pupils' who misbehave online
Legalbrief (subscription)
It quotes social media law specialist Emma Sadleir as saying some schools had expelled or disciplined pupils who had drawn their schools' names into postings that reflected badly on the institutions. Some schools, especially private ones, have resorted ...
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State Law Enforcement to Test Saliva for Drugs
Arkansas law enforcement may now test a person's saliva to determine if they are under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The law was passed in March and went into effect July 17. Lieutenant Allan Marx with the Sebastian County Sheriff's Department was ...
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Beijing airport bomber Ji Zhongxing blew himself up
Daily Mail
A man who blew himself up at Beijing Airport claims he was left paralysed by local law enforcement officers and heavily in debt following a horrific and unprovoked attack. Miraculously no-one was killed when Ji Zhongxing detonated a home ... A ...
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Somalia: Puntland Parliament approves new region and cabinet members
Garowe Online
GAROWE, Somalia July 20, 2013 (Garowe Online) - Law makers in Somalia's Puntland parliament have unanimously approved a new region and three Deputy Ministers on Saturday, Garowe Online reports. Puntland Parliament Speaker Abdirashid ...
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Domestic partner benefits advocates ask if law or commitment holds UGA back
Online Athens
University System of Georgia Chancellor Hank Huckaby recently said Georgia's public colleges and universities can't use state funds to pay for domestic partner benefits under current law and policy. Huckaby suggested the University of Georgia ...
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Super Lawyers Recognizes 4 Dorsey Lawyers in Costa Mesa
EON: Enhanced Online News (press release)
BUSINESS WIRE)--International law firm Dorsey & Whitney LLP announced today that two lawyers in the Firm's Costa Mesa, California office have been named Super Lawyers™ and an additional two have been named Rising Stars by California Super ...
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Charge Sean Murphy With Treason
Lakenewsonline.com (blog)
So when is Carmen Ortiz, in the name of consistency, going to file charges against Murphy for his leak of confidential documents under the treason laws? Or does our government only prosecute citizen leakers and not members of state security apparatus?
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EqualityMaine shifts focus to rural support for gay marriages
Morning Sentinel
It's also one of 20 states with anti-employment discrimination laws that encompass sexual orientation, according to Nolo, an online legal publishing company. "We had to get legal protections in place and do education to get legal protections put in ...
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Go online for information on Alzheimer's
Press of Atlantic City
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (naela.org). NAELA is a nonprofit membership organization for attorneys who specialize in all aspects of elder law, including estate planning and financial planning for Alzheimer's. The site has a "Find an ...
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Looking at rape porn will become a new crime says David Cameron
Publishing the vile material is already a criminal offence but a legal loophole means people who look at it online are not breaking any law. The Prime Minister says this will change as a part of a major crackdown that he hopes will stem the tidal wave ...
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Free legal talks, clinics for public to bring pro-bono work closer to community
Channel News Asia
Available at the courts, community centres and community development councils as well as online, the publication allows the public to understand the law and their own legal rights -- without technical jargon. Those who need free legal help but do not ...
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Stand-your-ground law repeals unlikely in pro-gun states
MIAMI — Despite an outcry from civil rights groups, a call for close examination by President Barack Obama and even a 1960s-style sit-in at the Florida governor's office, the jury's verdict that George Zimmerman was justified in shooting unarmed ...
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PM announces crackdown on web porn
Leighton Buzzard Today
David Cameron will also set out plans for new laws so that videos streamed online in the UK are subject to the same restrictions as those sold in shops. In an emotive speech he will warn that access to online pornography is "corroding childhood" as he ...
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Cameron warns Google must act over online child pornography
By the end of next year, all 19 million households already connected to broadband internet will also be asked to choose whether they want parental control filters to be activated on their systems. Law enforcement agencies will also have more powers to ...
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Vt., 8 states allow hemp growth; fed law conflicts
Milton Daily Standard
But federal law forbids growing hemp without a permit, so farmers could be risking the farm if they decide to grow the plant that the Drug Enforcement Agency basically considers marijuana. .... An online service is needed to view this article in its ...
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Clear Lake pastor is former Nebraska prosecutor
Grand Island Independent
Brad Thornton, who became pastor at First Congregational Church in Clear Lake in January, spent 28 years practicing law. For the last 11 years of his law ... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service ...
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Only the laws he likes
Arkansas Online (subscription)
Under the Constitution, can the president simply refuse to enforce a law he disagrees with? Or because he thinks ... Access all of our coverage in print, online, on your smartphone or on your tablet computer with your subscription. Smart ...
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Campaigners' joy at gay marriages law
Shields Gazette
Conor Marron and James Lattimore got involved in the movement for equal rights when they launched the online petition, Coalition For Equal Marriage, to counter one that had been set up oposing gay marriage. Now the couple, who have been together for ...
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Online pornography to be blocked by default, PM announces
BBC News
He told the BBC he expected a "row" with service providers who, he said in his speech, were "not doing enough to take responsibility" despite having a "moral duty" to do so. He also warned he could have to "force action" by changing the law and that ...
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Caretaker law goes into effect in August
The Decatur Daily
MONTGOMERY — A law that outlines punishments for caretakers who leave small children or disabled adults in vehicles takes effect next month. The legislation, sponsored by ... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need ...
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Online pornography to be blocked by default, PM to announce
In addition, Mr Cameron will say possessing online pornography depicting rape will be illegal, bringing England and Wales in line with Scotland. In a speech, the prime minister will warn that access to online pornography is "corroding childhood". The ...
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Amanda Armstrong : New finance law will help revolutionise accountants
New Zealand Herald
The Herald recently noted the view that there will be significantly lower compliance costs, but it's worth looking at the bigger picture and also how it sits with the shift to online accounting technology. Changes to 80 pieces of legislation make this ...
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Washington Township family fights distracted driving
Cherry Hill Courier Post
On trucks, pamphlets and online, the delicate portrait of Washington Township's Nikki Kellenyi commands attention. Her brown eyes stare straight on and her long brown hair falls behind her right shoulder. To the right of the image, a clear and ...
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UK's Cameron to Warn Search Firms on Child Porn
Wall Street Journal
... will tell Google Inc., Yahoo Inc. and other Internet companies Monday that they have until October to tell him how they will block certain online searches for images of child abuse or the British government will force them to block the searches ...
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Where Do Online Accounts Go When You Die?
IT Business Edge (blog)
But he said it would be tough to enact laws that cover the protection of online assets: I think what it's really going to be is what's called "past precedent." So I think it won't necessarily be laws that are put into place. I think it will be that as ...
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Online marketing: CPC seeks legal powers to fight consumer rights ...
By mbgolu
The Consumer Protection Council (CPC) is seeking legal powers to tackle consumer right abuses arising from online marketing, a statement said in Abuja on Monday.
Vanguard News
Law and Order: Man in jail accused of breaking the nose of another ...
By Howard Owens
Law and Order: Man in jail accused of breaking the nose of another inmate. Submitted by Howard Owens on July 22, 2013 - 11:55am. David Bruce Brusie, 40, of Fancher Road, Holley, is charged with assaul,t 2nd. Brusie, an inmate at the ...
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