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Wearable Device Data Could Land You in Jail

While that fitness band or smartwatch you own may help you get in shape or never miss an appointment, the data it collects is now also fodder for criminal or civil litigation.

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Technology

Ferguson Action Group List of Demands

FERGUSON, Mo. – The protest group Ferguson Action has created a new list of demands.

Since the grand jury did not hand down an indictment against Officer Darren Wilson in the Michael Brown shooting case, the group says the list has become its new focus moving forward. 15 more words

GRPS faces lawsuit after teacher had sex with students

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Five students’ families are suing Grand Rapids Public Schools over their handling of sexual assault allegations involving a former University Prep Academy math teacher. 380 more words

News

Former San Diego Charger Linebacker Steve Foley wins settlement in police shooting case

Steve Foley a former linebacker in the NFL who played for the San Diego Chargers was shot outside his house by off-duty San Diego Police Officer Aaron Mansker on September 3 2006, after Mansker observed Foley driving at speeds ranging from 30 mph to 90 mph on a San Diego freeway. 344 more words

AdLLaw Ad When 1+1=0

The deceased can be sued for slander practiced when alive and their survivors harmed, but there is no law against defaming the deceased. We wish to close this unfair loophole. 13 more words

Advocacy

(AdLLaw) What's The Worst That Can Happen ?

The deceased can be sued for slander practiced when alive and their survivors harmed, but there is no law against defaming the deceased. We wish to close this unfair loophole. 13 more words

Advocacy

AdLLaw Anti-Defamation Legacy Law Advocates.

https://twitter.com/CADEFLAW – The deceased can be sued for slander practiced when alive and their survivors harmed, but there is no law against defaming the deceased. We wish to close this unfair loophole. 13 more words

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