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The Library Bill of Rights affirms the “ethical imperative to provide unrestricted access to information and to guard against impediments to open inquiry. When users recognize or fear that their privacy or confidentiality is compromised, true freedom of inquiry no longer exists.” 214 more words


Canada national securities regulator delayed until 2018

TORONTO — The launch of operations for a Canadian national securities regulator, a project long stymied by political bickering, has been delayed until 2018, federal and provincial finance ministers said on Friday. 152 more words

FP Street

Airbnb Tapped These Former Mayors in Its Fight Against Unfriendly Regulations

Airbnb is arming itself with a new group of official supporters: mayors.

On Friday, the home-sharing company announced it has formed a new advisory board made up of four former mayors from around the world. 252 more words


Minimum Wage Increases In New York Could Hurt Car Wash Owners

Car wash owners in New York say that when minimum wage rises in the state to $15 an hour, customers could have to pay as much as $40 for a car wash. 250 more words

Car Wash Operations

Why becoming green with force is a macabre joke

Some Finnish newspaper published today an article how EU decided that Finland has to reduce emission by 39 percent in the next decade. At first glance it looks more like a sanctimonious thing to do, become green and save the planet but in practice it is a macabre joke which will make your life harder. 466 more words


Does radio kill the driving star?

This week the FIA has released another technical directive designed to control the level of information being passed from the team to the driver. These regulations are getting increasingly detailed and will, in my view, confuse and complicate F1 racing rather than improve it. 250 more words

Team Building

Anti-Monopoly Laws

Anti-Trust Laws were conceived to break up big monopolies in order to allow fair competition between similar companies and guarantee consumers fair prices and quality products.   422 more words