Jul 23, 2013

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Online Marketing - CPC Seeks Legal Powers to Fight Consumer Rights' Abuse
Abuja: 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. The proposal is contained in the CPC Act Amendment Bill currently before the ...
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Court stops Dallas suburb's immigrant renters law
DALLAS — A Dallas suburb can't enforce a law that bans immigrants in the United States without legal permission from renting apartments, a federal appeals court said Monday. It's the latest ruling on a series of laws that local governments have passed ...
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'Law & Order' star Dennis Farina dies at 69
NEW YORK — Dennis Farina, a onetime Chicago cop who as a popular character actor played a TV cop on "Law & Order" during his wide-ranging career, has died. Death came Monday morning in a Scottsdale, Ariz., hospital after Farina suffered a blood clot ...
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Web's Mad Men Fight Browser Makers Over Online Tracking
Bloomberg Law
The proposal came from top Web portal Yahoo!, online publisher AOL, U.S. cable provider Comcast Corp. and U.S. ad firms and advertisers belonging to the Digital Advertising Alliance. Photographer: Jin Lee/Bloomberg. Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO), AOL Inc. (AOL) ...
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Judge tragically strikes down North Dakota law that would protect women and ...
Catholic Online
BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA (Catholic Online) - An activist judge has countermanded the will of the people in North Dakota, putting a hold on a powerful, protective law because he thought the law to be "clearly unconstitutional." Judge Daniel Hovland wrote ...
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No Legal Immunity For Death-Deciding Docs!
National Review Online (blog)
Laws allowing doctors to assisted suicide in Oregon, Washington, and Vermont provide almost absolute protection for doctors prescribing lethal overdoses to dying patients. Ditto most proposals to permit the imposition of futile care theory, in which ...
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Online game firms live outside the law
VietNamNet Bridge
In 2012, online games brought VND6 trillion in turnover, according to the Ministry of Information and Communication MIC. It is estimated that the industry now employs 7,000 workers. VNG with 1,600 workers and FPT with 1,100 workers, are the biggest ...
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'The State Law Shoe' Drops in Ohio
National Review Online (blog)
In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court decision (Windsor v. United States) striking down part of the Defense of Marriage Act, there have been at least five lawsuits filed citing that decision in support of an argument that a state marriage law is ...
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The Bankruptcy Decision
National Review Online (blog)
Noam Scheiber describes the decline of "Big Law," primarily through the lens of the recent history of Mayer Brown, a Chicago-based law firm that has gone through a tumultuous half-decade. Several of his stories are very revealing, including the following:.
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US District Judge Blocks ND Abortion Law
National Review Online (blog)
U.S. district judge Daniel Hovland blocked the law, which was scheduled to take effect August 1, writing, "There is no question that [the law] is in direct contradiction to a litany of United States Supreme Court cases addressing restraints on abortion ...
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Carson's 'Tonight' highlights now available online
Sources involved in the investigation into the Columbia Police Department confirm to WIS that the Federal Bureau of Investigation is working with State Law Enforcement Division agents. Both agencies are looking into multiple allegations involving ...
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Gov. Quinn signs Medicaid expansion into law
CHICAGO — Illinois became the latest state Monday to implement a central part of President Barack Obama's health care law by expanding Medicaid to cover low-income adults who don't have children at home. Gov. Pat Quinn signed the state legislation ...
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UK toughens internet porn laws
ABC Online
He's made the move in conjunction with an agreement with some internet service providers to make it harder for online customers to access pornography. Some critics say his approach won't succeed and will lead to overblocking. Simon Santow. Source: AM ...
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Decree targets online freedoms in Vietnam
A new decree aimed at regulating Internet-related information and services in Vietnam represents a significant new danger to online journalists and bloggers, the Committee to Protect Journalists said on July 22, 2013. The decree was signed into law on ...
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The Latest Insidious Tactic To Scrub Online Consumer Reviews
Threatening the online review website rarely works. Due to a law Congress enacted in 1996, 47 U.S.C. 230 (Section 230), online review websites generally aren't liable for their users' reviews–even if the review website gets a takedown notice or ...
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Law enforcement can read what's in the 'cloud' -- without a warrant
Morning Sentinel
The reason is that law, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, is old, and technology has far surpassed the vision of the lawmakers who wrote and passed it in 1986. Almost no one used email then, the online cloud didn't really exist, and storing ...
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FDA cracks down on illegal diabetes remedies
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
Under U.S. law, only FDA-approved medicines are permitted to make claims for treating or preventing disease. Other companies targeted by the FDA run online pharmacies that sell prescription drugs for diabetes without a prescription. The FDA issued a ...
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Bricker & Eckler opens law office on Front Street in Marietta
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
MARIETTA, Ohio, July 23, 2013 — /PRNewswire/ -- Bricker & Eckler LLP is pleased to announce the opening of the firm's newest location in Ohio at 258 Front Street in downtown Marietta. With existing locations in Columbus, Cleveland and West Chester ...
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Switzerland Mulls Legalising Online Gambling
Gambling Kingz
Online gambling could become a reality in Switzerland by 2014, according to recent reports in the Swiss media. Although a ban against online gambling exists on the law books, the ban is not often enforced. Nevertheless, the Swiss government is ...
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Patricia Millett's Strained Relationship With Truth
National Review Online (blog)
When a judge is interviewing a second-year law student for a clerkship, the judge will often ask the student to name the judge whose approach to the law they most admire, or may ask them to describe the judicial philosophy they most identify with. A ...
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State unveils online renewal for driver's licenses, IDs
Marshalltown Times Republican
Gov. Terry Branstad, along with Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds and the Iowa Department of Transportation, on Monday unveiled the state's new online driver's license and ID renewal system. In May, the governor signed House File 355 into law, making online ...
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DC Circuit Nominee Cornelia Pillard—Part 5
National Review Online (blog)
Apart from the law-review article that I discussed in Parts 2, 3, and 4, I've made only a start in reviewing the extensive record of Georgetown law professor, and very recent D.C. Circuit nominee, Cornelia Pillard, whose Senate Judiciary Committee ...
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NY disabled abuse hotline gets 5K calls in 3 weeks
Wall Street Journal
Service providers are required by law to call the center or file an online report of abuse. Medical personnel, social workers and police are also mandated to report abuse. Agencies under its jurisdiction include the Office of Mental Health, Office of ...
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The Todashev killing
St. John News Online (blog)
"Due to the widely varying explanations that have surfaced about the shooting and the involvement of Massachusetts and Florida law enforcement, officials in both states should conduct their own investigations." Public skepticism in the FBI's ability to ...
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Re: Some Porn Should Be Censored
National Review Online (blog)
But I certainly don't think that in combating it the state should be forcing Internet search engines to remove results, as this proposed law requires. Being private business, those search engines are of course entitled to eliminate whatever they wish ...
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Poker Enthusiast Proposes New Online Poker Bill
Shapiro's Internet Wagering Citizens Protection Act is one geared to be adopted at federal level and he hopes that it may act as a guideline for a law that online poker players would be able to work with, all the while making it an acceptable ...
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Law enforcement Monday
Herald and News
Correction: A Friday, July 19 article, "Law enforcement Friday," should have reported that Travis Cook does not live at 6441 Bryant Ave. Klamath County Jail. Subscription Required. An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You ...
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TopSites Law Launches Reputation Management Offering for Attorneys and Law ...
PR Web (press release)
On top of that, 81 percent of people say that they found their attorney online, or did research on him or her online before becoming a client. As a response to this trend, TopSites Law is now offering reputation management for law firms and individual ...
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Howard mom who pressed for Gracie's Law among '50 women to watch'
Baltimore Sun
Christine's testimony in the State House, along with that of her husband and daughter, was critical to the passage of "Grace's Law," which expands the kind of online harassment the state bans. Christine, a horticulturalist, is now focused on bullying ...
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Extreme porn laws welcomed by Durham University professors
Sunderland Echo
TWO campaigners have welcomed the Government's announcement to reform the law on extreme pornography to include images of rape. Prime Minister David Cameron announced a series of measures to curb online pornography including making the ...
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New Bankruptcy Law Reforms Prompts Launch Of New Debt Schemes Website ...
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
EDINBURGH, Scotland, July 22, 2013 — /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- TrustDeedsOnline.net, a trust deed Scotland provider, announces the launch of its new debt solutions website on the back of the new bankruptcy reforms. The new site will help raise ...
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July/August Wisconsin Lawyer Highlights Fiedler, Law Firm Internet Marketing
July 23, 2013 – In the combined July/August issue of Wisconsin Lawyer magazine, available online and in mailboxes soon, Wisconsin's high-profile case between two high-powered law firms is the backdrop for discussions on Internet marketing and privacy.
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Online Privacy: Maybe Not So Private
"What that has bearing on is the level of control you've attempted to exercise over the use of whatever your material is, whether it's textual content, or photo or video content," said Derek Bauer, a partner at the McKenna Long & Aldridge law firm in ...
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Former cop turned actor Dennis Farina dies at 69
Catholic Online
LOS ANGELES, CA (catholic Online) - Farina once told an entertainment reporter, riding the Navy Pier Ferris Wheel in his hometown of Chicago, "I spend all day walking around this city. ... Joe Fontana on "Law & Order," from which he departed in 2006.
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Trial of Pa. voter ID law enters seventh day
Milton Daily Standard
The trial over a constitutional challenge to Pennsylvania's voter-identification law is entering its seventh day. Commonwealth Court Judge Bernard ... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view ...
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Gun Law Creates New "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"
There are countless videos online showing how to properly store your firearm. Some business owners aren't worried about the changes. "I don't see it affecting me at all. My employees, as ... "State law will always trump the individual policy of a ...
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US Senate Calls for Online Gambling Regulations
Online Casino Reports
Canterbury told the committee that "we're always behind the eight-ball on technology", adding: "local law enforcement won't be able to attack money laundering and terrorist activity with 50 [separate state] laws." Gambling Industry Applauds Senators
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as he opens House of Chiefs By ALVIN CHIINGA PRESIDENT Sata says there is need to develop legislation which will improve land administration and e...
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High Court judge defends bail decision for drug accused | Dominica ...
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High Court Justice, Bernie Stephenson, is defending her decision to grant bail to four men, including two government workers, who are facing drug related charges arguing it was based on law. Garneth Jolly, Orlando Moise, Francis Moise, ...
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Lebanese parliamentary panel approves draft law protecting women from domestic violence after years of campaigning by rights groups. Middle East Online ...
Local Democrats to challenge voter ID laws with rally | Lubbock ...
Local Democrats are less than thrilled about new voter ID laws, and anticipate a crowd at an upcoming rally to protest what they see as unfair regulations that ...
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