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Whole-of-Government Anti-Ransomware Campaign in Full Screen | Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

November 8, 2021 was perhaps the most important day in the United States’ “whole-of-government” anti-ransomware campaign. The Justice Department, the Treasury, and the State Department have all announced major actions, most of which targeted the criminal hacking group REvil. As of 2019, REvil (also known as Sodinokibi) has been one …

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BICCoN Strikes Back at CBN’s Crusade Against Crypto

The Blockchain Industry Coordinating Committee of Nigeria (BICCoN) issued a press release condemning the recent “overrun” of the Central Bank of Nigeria. Recall that the CBN asked banks to stop processing cryptocurrency transactions in February 2021. The CBN recently asked Nigerian banks to block, close and freeze the bank accounts …

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House Passes Build Back Better Act; Update of the published Cures 2.0 proposal

Friday, November 19, 2021 This week’s dose The House passes the Build Back Better Act, with the bill transferred to the Senate for consideration after the Thanksgiving recess. Congress House passes the Build Back Better Act. The House of Representatives approved the Build Back Better (BBB) ​​law, the third major …

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“No vaccine required” job postings are the latest tactic to attract workers

And while the reasons behind “no vaccine required” jobs vary by company – for some owners, it’s philosophical; for others, it’s desperation in the midst of an unbalanced labor market – several employers say it works. When Primal Life Organics amended its job postings to include the phrase “* NO …

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Lawyers say birth information bill conflicts with GDPR

Elements of the birth information and tracing bill are incompatible with the GDPR, an Oireachtas committee will hear later today. In separate opening statements to the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Children, Equality, Disability, Inclusion and Youth, lawyers Simon McGarr and Fred Logue will tell TDs and Senators that the bill …

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NC House Bill 890: Alcohol Reform Measures

Any elevation of the spirit is welcome during the COVID time. As lawyers representing breweries, wineries, distilleries, retailers and countless other businesses working in the hospitality industry in North Carolina, we have been the first to witness the industry’s struggles during the pandemic. of COVID-19. We’ve also seen our distillers, …

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Bringing climate change to the World Court

Pressure is increasing to bring a climate change issue to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) – the World Court – in The Hague. A decision, although non-binding, could exert a powerful influence on many national courts which could issue binding orders. The past year has seen an increase in …

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Marriage used for illegal conversion: UP | Latest India News

Marriage is increasingly used as an instrument of coercion to convert individuals from one religion to another and also to fuel terrorist activity, the government of Uttar Pradesh told the Allahabad High Court while defending a new controversial anti-conversion law which, according to him, guarantees all individuals “an equal moral …

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As the redistribution process underway, some lawmakers and activists criticize the long-standing practice of gerrymandering in prison

The state of Michigan is currently in the process of redistributing, which has sparked a debate over how to count about 38,000 incarcerated individuals. The question is whether those incarcerated should be counted as residents of the districts in which they resided before being incarcerated relative to where their prisons …

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HEAT VACCINATION EVENT | Miami heat

The Miami HEAT – in partnership with Miami-Dade County – will host a COVID-19 vaccination event for first responders (and anyone aged 12 and over) in event space 601 at FTX Arena on Thursday 7 October between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Open to everyone ! The event will be …

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The inconsistent ethics of whale research

Item body Almost 40 years after a majority of the member states of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) voted in 1982 to end commercial whaling indefinitely, whaling continues, although to a lesser extent everything like scientific research using the products of this hunt. And according to a new study, that …

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Pandora Trust Disclosures – Less Fraud Than Expected

Investor in pain getty The new WikiLeaks-style disclosures and “revelations” about offshore and domestic “secret trust” agreements will reveal a large number of legitimate and perfectly legal family planning agreements that are typically established for non-tax purposes by US taxpayers and non-Americans. The asset protection trust It is perfectly legal …

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Battle Ground votes against “medical freedom” ordinance

Following a heated exchange, Battle Ground City Council on Monday rejected a proposed “medical freedom” ordinance in a 4-2 vote. Council members Brian Munson and Shauna Walters voted in favor of the ordinance; Mayor Adrian Cortes, Deputy Mayor Phillip Johnson and council members Shane Bowman and Cherish DeRochers voted against. …

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Price hike claims for COVID-19 testing

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) – Health experts say some companies are charging excessive prices for COVID-19 testing, all because of a loophole in federal law. A provision in the CARES law passed last year allows COVID testing companies to name the price they want and requires private health insurance companies to …

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Reading of the meeting of leaders of the Ministry of Justice with members of the National Working Group to End Sexual and Domestic Violence | Takeover bid

Yesterday, U.S. Attorney General Merrick B. Garland, Deputy Attorney General Lisa O. Monaco and Deputy Attorney General Vanita Gupta hosted a virtual listening session with members of the National Task Force to End Sexual Violence and to discuss the unmet needs of survivors and how to improve and strengthen the …

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Britney Spears’ father dismissed as curator

Text size Britney Spears. Christopher Polk / Getty Images for iHeartMedia Britney Spears’ legal battle to escape controversial guardianship has come to an end after a Los Angeles judge suspended the singer’s father from his role as guardian and curator of his $ 60 million estate. Judge Brenda Penny suspended …

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Refuse COVID-19 vaccines and claim unemployment

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) – With Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine fully approved, more private employers are now adding company policies requiring their workers to be fully immunized on specific dates, unless they are have a religious or medical exemption. Some employees will choose to quit their jobs or be made redundant instead …

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NC Politics in the News – September 2021 # 3 | McGuireWoods Council

Agriculture ASSOCIATED PRESS: Judge blocks provision of NC law targeting agricultural workers’ unionU.S. District Judge Loretta Biggs this week issued a permanent injunction declaring unconstitutional a provision preventing legal agreements between workers and farms from including mandates for a farm to enter into a collective agreement. The negotiation agreements between …

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Sunmount at the center of due process controversy | New

TUPPER LAKE – The controversial actions of the State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities, reported in the Albany Times Union last week, led the OPWDD to restore due process rights to a few selected parents of ‘children with intellectual disabilities. Last week, The Times Union exposed a loophole in …

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FG to CSOs: comply with tax laws

The federal government has stated that civil society organizations (CSOs), including non-governmental organizations and cooperative societies, have a responsibility under tax laws to meet their tax obligations regardless of the situation. nature of their operations. The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) said this during a webinar it hosted with the …

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How to build accountability into your AI

When it comes to managing artificial intelligence, there is no shortage of principles and concepts to support fair and responsible use. But organizations and their leaders often lose their heads when faced with difficult questions about how to responsibly manage and deploy AI systems today. That’s why, at the US …

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Top 5 Weekdays: Weedsport Adult Care Facility Cannot Operate, Cayuga County Farm Fined, COVID-19 | Local News | Auburn, New York State | Auburnpub.com

An adult care facility in Weedsport must relocate its residents after the state’s health department suspended its operating certificate last week. According to Jill Montag, director of communications for the department, an emergency order from the commissioner was executed on July 30 for Evergreen Heights, a 60-bed adult care facility. …

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Ukraine takes big step towards judicial reform

Ukraine took a big step towards judicial reform on July 13 when lawmakers passed laws that lay a credible foundation for restarting the country’s deeply compromised legal system. (TNS / ABACA via Reuters Connect) Ukraine took a potential historic step towards judicial reform in mid-July when lawmakers passed two laws …

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A man from Winston-Salem wants the murder conviction overturned, saying the prosecutor used race in jury selection. Proof? Prosecutor admitted in open court. | criminality

Hambourger said Pence accepted other white jurors who lived with family members, were single and had children out of wedlock. According to Hambourger, Pence hit four of the seven eligible black jurors, or 57 percent, while he hit only 8 of the 34 eligible white jurors, or 24 percent. In …

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Council eases sanctions linked to electoral inquiry

The Arkansas Election Oversight Board on Wednesday chose to reduce the penalties imposed on the current and previous Chairs of the Pulaski County Election Commission following complaints filed about the November election. The state’s council of electoral commissioners had previously voted to issue letters of reprimand to the three people …

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Democratic Senators to End Federal Cannabis Ban

Senators hope this will also end the disproportionate damage to communities of color July 14, 2021, 10:06 • 8 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this article For the first time in Senate history, Democrats will focus on ending the federal ban on cannabis on Wednesday, removing it …

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