Facebook, Google and Amazon are asking to change the Law allowing intelligence to collect information about users of the network

May 28, 2017

Facebook, Google, Amazon and more than two dozen other companies operating in the technology sector in the United States on Friday signed a letter regarding the amendments to the law on the supervision of online safety, saying that changes needed to better protect privacy and enhance transparency of government operations. This is the first significant effort of the representatives of Silicon valley in the matter of changes caused a storm…

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In Chicago the scammers appropriated millions, faces 300 years in prison

May 26, 2017

A resident of NAPERVILLE, Il, 36-year-old Nandita Chatterjee and her 34-year-old brother-in-law Neil Varma from new York accused of fraud and misappropriation of millions of dollars, — stated in the U.S. Department of justice. Since 2011, Chatterjee was the President and CEO of CS Management, Inc. in Oakbrook Terrace, and Varma — chief financial officer. The couple also managed Chatterjee Pharmaceuticals, a company allegedly operating in India. It is established…

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For two weeks the police have twice arrested a man for possession of weapons

May 25, 2017

The police of Santa Rosa for the second time this month arrested a local resident for illegal possession of weapons. Problems Pablo Barajas-Curiel began may 5, when police stopped his car for violating traffic rules. During the inspection of the car police found drugs and a gun with a laser sight. As reported in the office of the Sheriff of the County of Sleep, the weapon was stolen 11 years…

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In Illinois after the suicide of a son the parents sued the school and the police

May 25, 2017

Today in NAPERVILLE, Illinois, the parents of 16-year-old Corey Walgrenwho committed suicide, filed a lawsuit in DuPage County court against the school district and the police station. As reported by the Chicago Suntimes, the lawsuit alleges that Corey has committed suicide after school Naperville North High , he was interrogated by two of the Dean and the police without the parents of the teenager and the lawyer, as the law…

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California homeowners were forbidden to disclose the immigration status of tenants

May 24, 2017

Power Golden state has taken another step to protect the rights of immigrants — the California Assembly approved a bill prohibiting homeowners to report to Federal immigration authorities about migrant tenants and even to threaten such action. A new rule introduced by the Senator from San Francisco David Chiu. For this decision voted 46 out of 61 members of the Assembly. Innovation will come into force if it is approved…

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Target will pay $18.5 million for the settlement of dispute about the leak of client data

May 24, 2017

The attorney General of the state of new York announced that 47 States and the district of Columbia reached an agreement with Target Corp. on payment of 18.5 million US for the resolution of the litigation associated with the leakage of customer information in 2013. Then, because of hacking the database was stolen tens of millions of customer records and 41 million credit card numbers. Account promptly blocked, but MasterCard…

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In new York require a ban of the use of toxic substances in the manufacture of toys

May 22, 2017

Supporters of environmental protection and children’s rights want the state new York was required from manufacturers of toys for disclosing information about potentially dangerous toxic chemicals used in their products. Such data should be indicated on the label. The group also insists on the cessation of the use in the manufacture of children’s toys to chemicals, such as benzene, mercury and cobalt. To convey their demands to the legislators, several…

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The court of appeals of Virginia began proceedings in immigration decree trump

May 22, 2017

Adopted by the President trump on March 6 the second immigration Ordinance prohibiting entry into the United States within 120 days, the citizens of the 6 Muslim countries are faced with the latest on a test. Hearing about the decree initiated by the court of Appeal of Virginia. The complaint was filed by White house officials who disagreed with the ban on the use of the decree established a Federal…

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The court rejected the claims of the victims of Hamas, who accused Facebook of aiding terrorism

May 22, 2017

In the summer of 2016 a group of Israelis and residents of the U.S. who lost relatives or property during the Palestinian terrorist attacks in Israel in the period from 2014 to 2016, has sued Facebook, accusing the social network supporting terrorism, namely the grouping «Hamas». The price of two claims totaled $ 1 billion. The plaintiffs argued that Facebook provided the Hamas militants the possibility of open communication in…

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