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A Genealogy of Fijian Constituent Power, at the University of Fiji's Suva campus. He was appointed the Queens Counsel of the Solomon Islands in 2003 and is now based at the university's School of Law. Prof Moti refused to release a copy of the
Yesterday the European Parliament rejected proposed regulations that would have treated electronic cigarettes like pharmaceuticals, sparing manufacturers what The New York Times calls an onerous and potentially costly certification process. The E.
As we've discussed, the change may look simple -- it merely adds two words to Section 230: "or state" -- but the impact would be tremendous. As Derek Khanna has recently pointed out in two separate articles, Section 230 can quite reasonably be
Attorneys General Urge Action As E-Cigarettes Gain Market Share The National Association of Attorneys General today issued a letter urging the Food and Drug Administration to clamp down on the fast-growing e-cigarette market, saying manufacturers
GOP state attorneys general sent a letter to HHS Secretary Sebelius on Wednesday detailing serious concerns over Obamacare's privacy protections and warning of a "privacy disaster waiting to happen." As of Thursday afternoon, CNN has yet to report
Congress to make a minor change to the Communications Decency Act (CDA) that was passed in 1996 to help address this problem. They are asking for a two-word change that would enable state and local governments to pursue criminal action against
It's no secret that Facebook's privacy settings aren't easy to navigate. While Facebook hasn't indicated much willingness to change this drastically, the social networking titan is at least unveiling a new campaign to help teens be safe on its
Prominent state attorneys general are calling on President Obama to fire the acting director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency and name a new permanent director, arguing that current policies are impeding the economic recovery...DeMarco, the F.H.
In addition to the $7 million to be divided among the 38 states and the that were involved in the investigation, the settlement deal provides that Google will create an educational campaign that features a YouTube video to teach consumers about
Department of Justice, 33 State Attorneys General, and Macmillan Publishers in Settlement of E-books Price-fixing Cases , Feb. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro , a consumer-rights law firm today announced that the firm, along with