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IP-Watch, DiploFoundation Offer Shared Internship In Geneva
Intellectual Property Watch is pleased to announce a joint internship opportunity with the DiploFoundation/Geneva Internet Platform in Geneva, covering events and issues related to internet governance.
Domestic Cat Genome Sequenced
By Kevin E. Noonan -- Earlier this month, an international effort* led by Stephen J. O'Brien at the Oceanographic Center, Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida reported the complete genomic sequencing of the domestic cat, Felix catus. The report, entitled "Annotated...
We Need Sen. Wyden's Help to Fix the Broken, Anti-User Trade Negotiation Process
We have joined more than a hundred organizations and tens of thousands of individuals across the US to oppose secret, undemocratic trade agreements that affect users' rights. Together, we defeated a bill that would have put agreements like the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) on...
EFF, ACLU Demolish “It’s Just Metadata” Claim in NSA Spying Appeal
Americans Deserve Full Protection of the Fourth Amendment for their Telephone Records, Groups Argue Washington, DC - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) today filed an amicus brief in Klayman v. Obama , a high-profile...

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Restaurant Realizes Maybe It Shouldn’t Force Servers To Pay Credit Card Fees Out Of Tips
"I guess, all in all, I wish I wasn’t American."
Said James Foley, shortly before his beheading, quoted in "How the U.S. and Europe Failed James Foley/America doesn't negotiate with terrorists. Should it?" Linked by Instapundit, who says , "The response to Foley’s beheading should have been a MOAB dropped on an ISIS-held...
Bank of America Reaches $16.65 Billion Settlement Over Mortgage Bonds
Bank of America Corp. will pay $16.65 billion to settle the government's accusations it sold flawed mortgage securities in the run up to the financial crisis, the largest settlement ever reached between the U.S. and a single company.
For federal contractors, a hundred little compliance plans
Coyote and Hans Bader write about yet another new burden loaded on federal contractors, involving the creation of separate affirmative action plans for each installation, including those that do no federal contract business. One result will be to pressure some firms that do only a little...
EXCEPT THAT THIS TIME THE MUSIC SUCKS: Roger Kimball: A Sixties Time Warp….
EXCEPT THAT THIS TIME THE MUSIC SUCKS: Roger Kimball: A Sixties Time Warp.

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