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The Pirate Bay Blockade In Spain: Spanish Court Orders ISPs To Block TPB
International Business Times Australia - 2 Hours ago
Soon The Pirate Bay is set to be blocked by local ISPs in Spain. A judge has ordered the ISPs to block access to TPB. This blockade in Spain has been ordered under the Sinde Law. Spain joins the group
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Why Does Nintendo Want This Superfan’s YouTube Money?
Malaysia MSN - 13 Hours ago
© Provided by Wired Masae Anela. In 2006, when Masae Anela was 13, she wondered why her dad kept sneaking out in the wee hours of the night. Eventually, she realized there was nothing untoward going
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Quebec Moves To Censor 'Illegal' Online Gambling Sites
Online-Casinos.com - 15 Hours ago
Canada is one jurisdiction similar to others that has laws prohibiting online gambling at web sites other than those offered by the provincial government agencies but those laws are often disregarded
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The Pirate Bay Blockade In Spain: Spanish Court Orders ISPs To Block TPB
Austin American Statesman - 2 Hours ago
Soon The Pirate Bay is set to be blocked by local ISPs in Spain. A judge has ordered the ISPs to block access to TPB. Spain joins the group of countries that has gone against The Pirate Bay and instructed
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High Court orders UPC to take action against illegal downloaders with two warnings
Silicon Republic - 3/28/2015
The High Court has ordered UPC to take actions against illegal downloaders in a two-stage notification system rather than the three strikes system used by Eircom. The High Court has also ordered UPC
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Charlotte School of Law Now Offering Corporate Compliance...
San Francisco Chronicle - 3/27/2015
Charlotte School of Law announced the new online delivery of a Corporate Compliance Certificate Program. Advance your career in a field that is in demand. Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) March 27, 2015 Charlotte
Charlotte School of Law Now Offering Corporate Compliance Certificate Program Online MySanAntonio
Charlotte School of Law Now Offering Corporate Compliance Certificate... PRWeb
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Mandatory Data Retention laws pass Australian Parliament
CNET News - 3/27/2015
Attorney-General George Brandis. CeBIT Australian Internet Service Providers and telecommunications carriers will now be required to retain customer metadata for a minimum period of two years under
Mandatory Data Retention laws pass Australian Parliament Telecommunications and CNET.co.uk
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Google Loses Bid to Block U.K. Users’ Breach-of-Privacy Lawsuit
Bloomberg - 3/27/2015
(Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. lost an appellate court bid to block a U.K. lawsuit filed by a group of Internet users who say the world’s biggest search engine violated their privacy rights. A three-judge
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Goodwin forced to hand over private emails in legal action
Daily Business Group - 3/28/2015
For six years former Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Fred Goodwin has said nothing about his personal involvement in its downfall. Now he has been ordered to reveal his private thoughts on what
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Millions of Google users CAN sue internet giant in British courts over its 'clandestine'
Capital Bay - 3/28/2015
Group claims Google bypassed security to track their online browsing  Action taken over the way Google tracked users of Apple Safari's internet browser Appeal court ruling means Google users have the
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UK Safari Users Can Sue Google over Tracking Them Online
Softpedia - 3/28/2015
Google could be facing a class action lawsuit   Google faces another lawsuit A group of people known as Safari Users Against Google's Secret Tracking accused Google of having kept tracks of
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Google fails in bid to halt lawsuit on privacy
Irish Examiner - 3/28/2015
Google lost an appellate court bid to block a UK lawsuit filed by a group of internet users who say the world’s biggest search engine violated their privacy rights. A three-judge panel said “misuse
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No Purchase Necessary: Six Tips for Making Sure Your Online Prize Promotion is not
JD Supra - 3/28/2015
The Federal Trade Commission’s recent $9.5 million judgment against sweepstakes operator Crystal Ewing is a stark reminder that prize promotions remain fertile ground for regulatory scrutiny both on the
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FTC commissioners deny ignoring Google lawsuit recommendations
CNET News - 3/26/2015
FTC commissioners say their decision was based on staff recommnendations. CNET Three commissioners for the Federal Trade Commission on Wednesday defended their actions during its antitrust investigation
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UPC ordered to take action against illegal downloaders
Irish Times - 3/27/2015
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Google loses bid to block Apple Safari privacy lawsuit
IT Pro UK - 3/27/2015
Google has lost a bid to prevent Apple Safari users in the UK suing the firm for allegedly tracking Safari users without authorisation. The Court of Appeal has ruled that it won’t block the privacy lawsuit,
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Charlotte School of Law Now Offering Corporate Compliance Certificate Program Online
A.M. Best - 3/27/2015
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USTelecom, Texas internet provider sue over net neutrality
Times of India - 3/27/2015
NEW YORK: The FCC says the first lawsuits filed against the government's new internet traffic rules are "premature" and may be dismissed because they were filed too early. The Federal Communications
Trade group, Texas broadband co. are 1st to sue over net neutrality; FCC says suits Canadian Business Magazine
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Top court throws out online comments law
CHINAdaily.com.cn - 3/24/2015
India's top court on Tuesday canceled a controversial law that made posting "offensive" comments online a crime punishable by jail, a ruling which free speech campaigners hailed as a victory. The Supreme
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Telecom trade group sues FCC on net neutrality
Christian Science Monitor - 3/24/2015
A trade group that represents Internet service providers such as Verizon, Frontier and AT&T, filed a petition in the US District Court in Washington arguing that the rules set by the Federal Communications
AT&T, Verizon, and more telecoms sue to thwart net neutrality rules Christian Science Monitor
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New net neutrality rules face first legal battle
Christian Science Monitor - 3/24/2015
Two telecom groups filed petitions against the FCC's 'net neutrality' ruling, setting the tone for telecoms' fight against the decision. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler speaks
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Verizon, AT&T sue U.S. government over net neutrality
CNN - 3/24/2015
Net neutrality explained, once & for all As promised, the nation's biggest cable and Internet companies on Monday sued to block the federal government's new net neutrality rules. In February, the
Verizon and AT&T-backed trade group sues government over net neutrality CNN Money
Verizon and AT&T sue government over net neutrality CNN Money
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Net neutrality legal contest begins
BBC - 3/24/2015
US broadband providers have filed legal challenges to new net neutrality rules. The claims, brought by the broadband industry trade group USTelecom and Texas-based provider Alamo Broadband Inc, are
Net Neutrality Legal Challenge Launched Packet Storm
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FCC Sued by Internet Providers in First Net Neutrality Cases
Bloomberg - 3/24/2015
(Bloomberg) -- The Federal Communications Commission was sued by a trade group and a broadband provider claiming net neutrality rules issued this year exceed the government’s authority. The lawsuits
Internet providers sue FCC in first net neutrality cases Houston Chronicle
FCC Sued by Internet Providers in First Net Neutrality Suits Yahoo! Finance
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Republicans Question FCC's Net Neutrality Rules
Forbes.com - 3/24/2015
The Federal Communications Commission approved chairman’s Tom Wheeler’s proposed net neutrality rules recently.   The new set of rules seek to regulate broadband providers along the lines of the regulations
Republicans Question FCC’s Net Neutrality Law Trefis
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