Jul 3, 2013

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Nancy Binay wants law vs 'online violence'
MANILA - After being pilloried online during the campaign period, Sen. Nancy Binay has now filed a bill seeking to safeguard victims of online violence from further harm against their perpetrators. In an interview, Binay's media relations officer Rex ...
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Obama administration delays major requirement of health law
WASHINGTON — In a major concession to business groups, the Obama administration Tuesday unexpectedly announced a one-year delay, until after the 2014 elections, in a central requirement of the new health care law that many companies provide ...
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Online libraries go black to protest Russia's anti-piracy law
The Calvert Journal
A group of three of Russia's most popular online libraries "blackened" their websites yesterday in protest of the controversial new law which aims to combat internet piracy. Visitors to Filibusta, Maxima Library and CoolLib — all three hosts of ...
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Dear Abby: Brother-in-law's kisses leave sister angry
Dear Abby: My brother-in-law, "Dave," has twice kissed me passionately when my sister was not around. I made light of it and pushed him away. The third time it happened was when he came to my house to do a little repair job for me. That time he also ...
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Wisconsin would cut income taxes if a federal online sales tax law passes
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker signed into a law this week a two-year state budget with a provision that triggers an estimated $95 million income tax cut if the Marketplace Fairness Act pending before the U.S. House of Representatives becomes law.
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Yahoo, Facebook, Google and eBay weigh in on Singapore's online censorship ...
The #FreeMyInternet campaign was waged to get the Singapore government to reverse the new framework. Last month, the Singapore government implemented a new online licensing framework, requiring sites to register with a S$50,000 (US$39,243) bond ...
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Sisters-in-law want to keep childhood memory alive
Buffalo Reflex
Not even a month into being sisters-in-law, two women set out to bring the memories back. kAm$96==J 2?5 {:?5D6J y2DA6C 564:565 E96J H2 ... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article ...
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Slain deputy's rites draw hundreds of law officers
HICO (AP) — Law enforcement officers from across the state converged by the hundreds on a small Central Texas town to pay tribute to a deputy cut down in the line of duty. They joined friends, family and admirers in the football stadium in Hico to ...
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Obama's Disregard For the Law -- Even His Own
National Review Online (blog)
George W. Bush caught holy hell for issuing signing statements that announced that he would either decline to implement laws that raised significant constitutional problems (such as laws that encroached on his executive powers in areas of national ...
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Morning report: attorneys argue water law in court
Herald and News
Lawyers tried to bring home the importance of their arguments Tuesday by recognizing ranchers, tribal members and irrigators during a full day of arguments on whether Klamath County should hold off enforcing the first-in-time, first-in-right law of ...
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George Zimmerman Trial Live Stream Free: Watch Online Video Testimony of ...
Christian Post
Prosecutors are hoping to convince jurors about Zimmerman's knowledge of law enforcement, and in particular the self defense laws and the stand your ground laws currently in place in Florida. Prosecutors want to portray Zimmerman as a wannabe cop who ...
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Quinn demands gun limits in concealed carry law
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
FILE - In this June 27, 2013 filer photo, Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn speaks at a news conference in Chicago. Quinn will put an end Tuesday, July 2, 2013, to weeks of speculation and waiting by using his amendatory veto powers to rewrite legislation ...
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Adult Chinese Kids Must Visit Parents
The Spokesman Review
In China, a new law went into effect on Monday requiring people to care for their elderly parents, with provisions calling for children to see them regularly, or at least call on the phone. The law is intended "to protect the lawful rights and ...
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The Political Art of the Delay
National Review Online (blog)
Can the president simply ignore the law? Technically the mandate is not gone, but the administration has great latitude to determine its priorities in enforcing the law. It will simply be much too busy to penalize those violating the mandate, an ...
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County to hire healthcare law consultant…. clock is ticking
Carroll County Comet
... is approaching. The law does not seem to be well understood by those affected and there could be significant penalties for those who are not in compliance with it by the end of this year. ... You must be an online subscriber to view this story. The ...
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Transparency is cornerstone of China's judicial system
People's Daily Online
BEIJING, July 3 (Xinhua) -- China's top court has started posting its judgments online, marking a significant step in ensuring the public's right to know and preserving the rule of law. Power must be exercised in the light to ensure that it is ...
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Bethlehem council to consider repealing campaign finance ordinance
Allentown Morning Call
Bethlehem Council President Eric Evans has called for repeal of a 2-year-old campaign ordinance that requires candidates for city offices to file their campaign finance reports online. State law requires those reports to be filed with Northampton ...
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Divorce Online reports 25% surge in DIY divorces following legal aid cuts
SourceWire (press release)
The latest figures from Divorce Online cement the predictions of a June 2013 YouGov report, which suggested a potential surge in DIY divorces following the withdrawal of legal aid in the majority of private family cases. YouGov's report found that ...
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The Circuit: California's data breach report; CALM Act; online NSA protests ...
Washington Post (blog)
Eshoo and Whitehouse said they have requested that the FCC provide quarterly updates on how the new law is progressing. NSA protests: Several groups, including Mozilla, Reddit and MoveOn, are participating in online protests on the Fourth of July over ...
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National Business Review
Subscribe to read this article. To read Kiwi scientists back law to foil GMO bans select a 6 or 12 month Online Paid content subscription. NBR ONLINE Business Subscription. Pay just $449 plus GST per company each quarter and ensure your people stay ...
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Obamacare delay foretells law's demise, screws industry further
Last year, two parts of the law associated with states and their acceptance or rejection of a requirement that states create online health exchanges were delayed by a month or more. This year, a federal program under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that ...
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In China, visit your parents or get sued
A new law in China requiring children to visit their aging parents is getting both praise and ridicule online. On Monday, a local court in the city of Wuxi issued the first sentence under the "Protection of the Rights and Interests of the Elderly" law ...
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Miriam's next fight: Repeal Anti-Cybercrime Law
If passed into law, the Magna Carta for Philippine Internet Freedom will be the first law to be created through "crowdsourcing." Crowdsourcing is an online process of getting work done by tapping people on the Internet who volunteer their talent and ...
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Gaming the system
The high court is unlikely to review, let alone overturn, North Carolina's law, but not all of the online gaming businesses have left town. After the state Supreme Court's ruling, businesses were given 20 days to conform to the law. Cafe owners asked a ...
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Bahamian Llewellyn Boyer-Cartwright Participates in Aviation Law Virtual Round ...
The Bahama Journal
The Corporate LiveWire Round table: Aviation Law 2013 took place in real time late June but remains available online at http://www.corporatelivewire.com/round-tables.html?id=aviation-law-2013. "In our Aviation roundtable eight experts from around the ...
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ED STERLING: Texas' maligned Voter ID law to take effect immediately
Herald Zeitung
Texas and other covered jurisdictions, as a result of the ruling, are no longer required to obtain federal judicial "preclearance" of election laws. kAmpEE@C?6J v6?6C2= vC68 .... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You ...
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Online chat room linked South Korean serviceman to school lockdown in ...
Hunterdon County Democrat - NJ.com
Law enforcement eventually determined there was no imminent threat to students, and the lockdown was lifted. "This is why we take these drills seriously," said Hackettstown High School Superintendent David Mango. "There is no incident that you can ever ...
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Keeping Kids Information Safe Online: Tips from the Tween Experts
DigitalJournal.com (press release)
As of July 1, the revised FTC regulations known as COPPA (Children's Online Privacy and Protection) went into effect. The law was designed to keep kids' information safe online. But do parents really know what that means and how to do it? KidzVuz ...
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Amendments could impact on free expression
Legalbrief (subscription)
The Taiwanese Government has proposed multiple amendments to existing laws that could impact free expression online, sparking concern among Taiwanese netizens. A report on the globalvoicesonline.org site notes that while many are comparing the ...
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Nasdaq Seeks Dismissal of Facebook Suit
Wall Street Journal
Some individual investors trading through online brokers were frustrated when their transactions in Facebook shares didn't register. Investors filed a flurry of lawsuits against Nasdaq in the weeks following the debut, some ... "We're highly confident ...
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White House delays key element of health care law
The Obama administration Tuesday, July 2, 2013, unexpectedly announced a one-year delay, until 2015, in a central requirement of the new health care law that medium and large companies provide coverage for their workers or face fines. Senior White ...
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Auernheimer Appeals Hacking Conviction
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Attorneys representing hacker Andrew Auernheimer have appealed his conviction to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, claiming he did nothing more than access public information online. Like the prosecution of Internet activist Aaron Swartz ...
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White House delays key element of health care law - Herald Online
President Barack Obama's health care law, hailed as his most significant legislative achievement, seems to be losing much of its sweep.
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Stiffer penalties coming for those who break wildlife laws | Dominica ...
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Tougher measures are in the pipeline for citizens who fail to adhere to laws pertaining to the indiscriminate exporting of the country's wildlife. This announcement came after an incident on Sunday June 30, involving a Dominican, bound for ...
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Law and Order: Oakfield woman charged with felony DWI | The ...
By Howard Owens
Law and Order: Oakfield woman charged with felony DWI. Submitted by Howard Owens on July 3, 2013 - 8:11am. Karen Lynn Jones, 49, of North Street, Oakfield, is cahrged with felony DWI, felony driving with a BAC of .18 or greater and ...
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Choice of Law for Online Copyright Infringement: A Proposal for the ...
The Internet has become a hotbed of activity for creating and sharing content. YouTube, SoundCloud, Flickr, Dropbox, Facebook ... all of these websites ...

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