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Biggest Fake Native American Art Conspiracy Revealed

Jewelry dealer Nael Ali will be the first defendant sentenced in the most extensive federal investigation into Indian arts and crafts fraud.

Valkyria Chronicles 4 - more footage from the Japanese demo

Watch Siliconera Plays Secret of Mana from Siliconera on The continent of Europa is engulfed in the flames of the Second Europan War between the Atlantic Federation and the Autocratic Eastern Imperial Alliance. Although...Show More Summary

Intelligo is using AI to make background checks relevant again

To realize that the background check industry needs an overhaul look no further than the backlog of 700,000 background checks faced by the federal agency that handles all background checks for sensitive government positions. This backlog...Show More Summary

New Hearing Aid Compatibility Standards to Take Effect March 30

This week, the FCC announced that March 30 will be the effective date for amending hearing aid compatibility (HAC) rules. These rules, published in the Federal Register on March 6, were designed to allow those who are hard of hearing to have access to the national telecommunications network and to further implement the Twenty-First Century...… Continue Reading

Federal Politicians Are Starting To 'Get' Video Games

The Australian games industry is pretty accustomed to working with a federal government that, for the most part, doesn't quite get it. That disappointment and apathy came through in the recent response to the upper house inquiry into...Show More Summary

Fed's Beige Book: "Modest to moderate" expansion, "worker shortages across most sectors"

Fed's Beige Book "This report was prepared at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco based on information collected on or before February 26, 2018. "Economic activity expanded at a modest to moderate pace across the 12 Federal Reserve Districts in January and February. Show More Summary

Middle Schoolers Cheer As Oregon Passes A Net Neutrality Law

last weekIndustries / Law : Techdirt

More than half of all states are now pushing their own net neutrality rules in the wake of the federal repeal. Some states are pushing for new net neutrality laws that closely mirror the discarded FCC rules, while others are signing executive orders that prohibit states from doing business with ISPs that behave anti-competitively. Show More Summary

First Ever: Bettor Sues Harness Racing Trainer for Doping, Racketeering, Fraud

In a first-of-its-kind lawsuit, a bettor is alleging that a horse trainer and owner have violated state and federal racketeering laws and engaged in fraud by illegally doping a... The post First Ever: Bettor Sues Harness Racing Trainer for Doping, Racketeering, Fraud appeared first on PETA.

Big Punitive Damage

So much for a Federal Court having more brains than a local one: PO went in the apartment with landlord on a CDTP call where the landlord opened the door for the PO. The Offender resisted arrest. The offender was tasered and sprayed with OC. Show More Summary

Torrent Tracking Evidence is Flawed and Unreliable, Alleged Pirate Argues

The operator of a Tor exit node has asked a federal court in Oregon for a summary judgment of non-infringement. The man, who is accused of sharing a pirated copy of Dallas Buyers Club, argues that the evidence gathering software is flawed and unreliable. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and more. Show More Summary

Very stable genius tampers with witnesses, forgets he asked his lawyer to fire Mueller

Note that the federal witness tampering statute doesn’t require a successful attempt to tamper, only an attempt. The special counsel in the Russia investigation has learned of two conversations in recent months in which President Trump asked key witnesses about matters they discussed with investigators, according to three people familiar with the encounters. In one […]

CIA Still Arguing Its Official Leaks To Journalists Shouldn't Be Subject To FOIA Requests

last weekIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Last week, a federal judge pointed out the obvious to the CIA: release-to-one is release-to-all, no matter how the agency's lawyers spin it. The CIA had emailed classified information to certain journalists. When another journalist sought copies of those emails, the CIA handed him fully-redacted versions. Show More Summary

Washington State First to Approve Its Own Net Neutrality Rules

The State of Washington on Monday approved its own set of laws regulating net neutrality after the FCC voted in December to scrap such laws at the federal level. The law bans internet providers from throttling and/or blocking content, and also mandates that they make public their network management policies. Show More Summary

Amidst Furor and Cancer, US Olympic Boss Is Out

Scott Blackmun resigned as CEO of the US Olympic Committee on Wednesday, stepping aside so he can tackle his worsening bout with prostate cancer and to allow the federation to move forward under new leadership to address the sex-abuse scandal that has rocked gymnastics and other sports. The 60-year-old CEO...

Washington state sticks it to the FCC, passes its own Net-neutrality rules

The move follows FCC decision to repeal federal regulations on net neutrality.        

The Phoenix pay system’s days are numbered. Here’s why it has to go.

The federal government revealed plans to move on to a new setup in the 2018 budget The post The Phoenix pay system’s days are numbered. Here’s why it has to go. appeared first on

Canadian Lawyer Magazine Grades Trudeau Government on Justice Reform

The magazine Canadian Lawyer has created a report card for the Canadian federal government, evaluating how it has been doing on justice reform issues since the late 2015 elections. The results are all over the map: Family Law: F Access...Show More Summary

How Trump's tariff decision will hurt SA's Aluminum industry

JOHANNESBURG - US President Donald Trump’s controversial decision to impose tariffs on imports of on aluminum will hurt the local industry, Rentia Malan, acting executive director for the Aluminum Federation of South Africa said. “It...Show More Summary

A Small-Town Lawsuit Could Pose A Major Threat To Opioid Manufacturers

Using laws written by Napoleon, lawyers are taking on drug makers, and the suit could overshadow a bigger federal case.

Beige Book: Economic expansion continuing so far in 2018, but new home production constrained by supply issues

Economic activity expanded at a modest to moderate pace across the 12 Federal Reserve Districts in January and February. On balance, Districts reported modest growth in home sales and construction, with the latter constrained by shortages of labor and materials.READ MORE

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