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FTC sues online dating site for faking profiles
CNBC - 19 Hours ago
The Federal Trade Commission filed its first lawsuit against an online dating site on Wednesday. It accuses a British company, JDI Dating, with using fake messages and computer-generated profiles to
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Piracy cat is out of the data-retention bag: Ludlam
ZDNet - 18 Hours ago
Summary: Mandatory data retention is not just about national security, but also about cracking down on illicit online file sharing, according to Greens communications spokesperson Scott Ludlam.
AFP will use data retention to fight piracy IT News Australia
Mandatory data retention to be used to fight piracy ZDNet
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Consumer Protection Act may get more teeth; new law may help you sue online retailers
Economic Times - 22 Hours ago
NEW DELHI: Unhappy with your online purchase and want to take legal action against the seller? You will soon be able to do it from your home city, rather than go where the seller is based. To help customers,
Consumer Protection Act may get more teeth; new law may help you sue etailers from Economic Times
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Following Germany’s Lead Spain Passes Misguided “Google Tax” Anti-Piracy Law
Search Engine Land - 5 Hours ago
Given the saga of Germany’s ill-conceived and poorly implemented “ancillary copyright law” one would have thought that another European government wouldn’t immediately duplicate the mistake. But that’s
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Law in transition online 2014
European Bank for Reconstruction and Redevelopment - 5 Hours ago
Foreword Insolvency office holders: a new study by the EBRD provides insight into creditors’ rights in insolvency Promoting greater cooperation among insolvency regulators Turnaround management in south-eastern
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AFP Says Data Retention Could Be Used To Police 'Illegal Downloads' And Piracy
Business Insider Australia - 10/30/2014
Australian Federal Police (AFP) Commissioner Andrew Colvin has said that data retention could be used to police illegal downloads and piracy. Speaking at a news conference today beside communications
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FTC sues AT&T, says it throttled unlimited data users’ Internet speeds
Washington Post - 10/28/2014
(Rick Wilking / Reuters) Federal officials on Tuesday sued AT&T, the nation’s second-largest cellular carrier, for allegedly deceiving millions of customers by selling them supposedly “unlimited” data
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FTC sues AT&T, says it slowed Internet speeds of unlimited data users
Washington Post - 10/28/2014
(Rick Wilking / Reuters) Federal officials on Tuesday sued AT&T, the nation’s second-largest cellular carrier, for allegedly deceiving millions of customers by selling them “unlimited” data plans that
FTC sues AT&T, says it slowed Internet speeds of unlimited data customers Washington Post
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Bits Blog: Users Sue LinkedIn Over Harvesting of E-Mail Addresses
ACQ Magazine - 18 Hours ago
Log in to manage your products and services from The New York Times and the International New York Times. Don’t have an account yet? Create an account » Subscribed through iTunes and need an
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For online copyright violators, potential U. discipline awaits
Individual.com - 23 Hours ago
By the time one student entered sophomore year, file-sharing had become a common personal practice. This student used BitTorrent — a file-sharing client with a reputation of being the fastest way to download
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Accuvant's James Christiansen to Discuss Cyber-Attack Response at 2014 Journal of
TMC Net - 10/30/2014
[October 30, 2014] DENVER --(Business Wire)-- Accuvant , the authoritative source for enterprise information security, today announced that James Christiansen, vice president of information
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Australian data retention laws to be used to combat download piracy
Computing.co.uk - 10/30/2014
Australia's equivalent of the Data Communications Bill will be used to fight online piracy - not just reserved for security purposes, according to the country's federal police commissioner, Andrew Colvin.
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The Mediation Law Offices of Chandra Nelson-Robak in Walnut Creek Publishes Its
KATV - 6 Hours ago
Mediation is a process through which individuals or businesses with active legal disputes can avoid lengthy and expensive court proceedings by engaging a mediator to assist them in coming to a fair resolution.
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Leaked emails, privacy and the law
ABC Online - 10/30/2014
Image: Senator Nova Peris is the latest public figure to have her emails appear in the media. () The leaking of Senator Nova Peris and Professor Barry Spurr's emails has led some commentators to call
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Illegal downloaders could be targeted by new data retention laws
Australian Financial Review - 10/30/2014
Illegal downloaders, terrorists and paedophiles are all potential targets of metadata collection under new data retention laws surprisingly introduced into parliament on Thursday morning. Communications
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FTC Sues AT&T Over Throttling Of Unlimited Smartphone Internet Plans
RTTNews.com - 10/28/2014
The Federal Trade Commission said Tuesday it is suing AT&T (T: Quote) for promising unlimited data plans to customers and then slowing Internet speeds during their browsing. According to the FTC, AT&T
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As Elections Near, Legal Marijuana Operations Continue Robust Growth Trend - Company
Reuters - 10/28/2014
PR Newswire CORAL SPRINGS, Florida, October 28, 2014 CORAL SPRINGS, Florida , October 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Industry analysts report legal marijuana & cannabis sector could top revenues
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Excellent Legal Services for High Net-Worth Divorces from Busby & Associates
Scoop Asia - 18 Hours ago
Press Releases High net worth divorces present challenges different from other divorces as they provide a specific set of problems that are unique to such cases. United State, 31 October 2014 -- There
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Stopping illegal activity online – it’s more complicated than it seems
Canadian Internet Registration Authority - 10/31/2014
There was a compelling article  in the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) the other day about ICANN and illegal online pharmacies. The result of a six-month investigation, the reporter, Jeff Elder, calls into
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FTC Sues Online Dating Site for Fake Flirty Profiles
National Law Journal - 10/29/2014
That handsome stranger who likes piña coladas and getting caught in the rain, the one who just winked at you online? He might be a computer-generated fake, trying to trick you into upgrading to a paid
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Asia's TV regulators can't ignore the threat of online piracy
South China Morning Post - 10/29/2014
The international television industry is meeting in Hong Kong for its annual Asian conference. This is a US$53 billion industry that has grown from nothing in the past 20 years, but it is facing an uncertain
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Danish court finds Pirate Bay cofounder guilty of hacking CSC servers
The Register - 10/30/2014
Internet Security Threat Report 2014 Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, cofounder of the Pirate Bay, has been found guilty of hacking charges by a court in Denmark, which ruled that he and a 21-year-old accomplice
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Sue Ryder partnership set to fund new online community for end of life care
EHospice - 10/30/2014
In a first for the charity, some of the money raised through its successful partnership will fund a new online community, allowing people with end of life care needs to ask for advice and share their
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Legal Spanish Program Expands Offerings through Online Education
Washington College of Law - 10/30/2014
Only Online Legal Spanish Program in the U.S. Available to Lawyers and Law Students Nationwide IMMEDIATE RELEASE Washington, D.C., October 30, 2014 – American University Washington College of Law
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Can You Sue Anonymous Internet Trolls?
Findlaw Corporate Counsel - 10/30/2014
One of the problems with the all-too-common Internet troll is that he or she is mostly anonymous, making it hard to pin down a person in court. And even if you are able to zero in on your particular
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