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'Do not track' legislation could be Internet game changer
When Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) introduced legislation this year that would establish a “Do Not Track List” for Internet marketers, countless consumers sighed, “It’s about time.”
A Lay Traveler''s Guide to Passport Rules
If you’re planning international travel this summer and are confused by whether you need a passport, you’re not alone.
Avoid common business insurance mistakes
Business owners work hard to grow their enterprises, investing countless hours, intense labor and careful attention to assure success.
Choosing an Attorney: Five Tips to Follow
Whether you need help with estate planning, a divorce or a personal injury lawsuit, you’ll want and need to have the right attorney in your corner.
Few happy with new Internet regulations
With lines like "Save the Internet" and "Join the fight for Internet Freedom," the rhetoric surrounding network neutrality may lead some to believe their very basic freedoms of speech and information access are at stake.
Five tips for choosing a lawyer
Chances are at some point in your life, you'll need a lawyer. It is the nature of the complex world we live in that sometimes we need the guidance of an attorney to protect our interests. Whatever the reason, you want to make sure you get the caliber of representation you deserve.
Scraping for new ideas: when is it considered plagiarism
Now that the dust has settled from the 2014 Wisconsin governor race, let’s talk about plagiarism.
Supreme Court's order blocking Voter ID law may mean litte in overall scheme
With just over three weeks until the election, the United States Supreme Court yesterday stayed Wisconsin’s new Voter ID law from going into effect.
Top three things you need to know about Wisconsin's voter ID law
Friday’s quick ruling from the U.S. 7th Circuit Court saying Wisconsin’s new voter ID law is constitutional is leaving election officials as well as the Department of Transportation scrambling.
What you can learn from Facebook's latest fumble
It’s happened again. Facebook is in the news for raising ire — this time for allowing researchers to manipulate users’ newsfeeds to gauge emotional responses to positive or negative posts.
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