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Testing on Animals – Make It a Relic of the Past

Animal testing is slowly but hopefully surely being reduced in many countries if not stopped altogether. The more people are becoming aware of the uselessness of most – if not all –  of these tests the more are not buying into the necessity thereof and are looking for alternatives. 209 more words

Animal Welfare

One Step Further to Obesity Being Considered a Disability

In the UK, the European Equal Treatment in Employment Directive is implemented by the Equality Act 2010. This Act prohibits discrimination on various prescribed grounds, including disability. 348 more words

In The News

Submissions will challenge Western Australia's EPA report approving Kintyre uranium project

New WA uranium mine given environmental approval amid concerns, Australian Mining  29 July, 2014 Ben Hagemann The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in Western Australia has given conditional approval to the proposed Kintyre uranium mine in the Little Sandy Desert. 163 more words


July 30, 1943 - Birth of Legal Scholar Robert M. Cover

Robert M. Cover, a professor at Yale University Law School, wrote and lectured widely on legal history, constitutional law and jurisprudence before his untimely death of a heart attack at age 42. 183 more words


Protecting your brand from imitation- You’re first priority

For a brand, the most important thing is its company’s brand name and goodwill. A brand owner does everything possible to protect or safeguard that, he/she acts in their utmost capacity to not let anything hamper the goodwill of the brand. 449 more words


BBC News: Peers query 'right to be forgotten'

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Peers query ‘right to be forgotten’

Demands for web firms to remove personal data to respect people’s “right to be forgotten” are unreasonable, peers say. 9 more words