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ICE is now deporting undocumented immigrants regardless of how long they have been in the United States and whether they have followed US laws. The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse, a nonpartisan research center, reported on Thursday that 43 percent of new cases brought by the ...

Lately California has made it illegal for residents to comply with U.S. laws it doesn't like. The gap between California's policies and those of the U.S. government seems to widen by the year. The state's pastime is to file lawsuits against our federal government. Those who favor secession remind us the ...
... the company has already moved oversight for Facebook users outside the U.S., Canada and the EU from its international headquarters located in Ireland, to Facebook's main HQ in California. This changes the status of 1.5 billion Facebook users who will now be covered by U.S. laws rather than Irish law.
A common misconception in the U.S. is that child marriages occur only in developing nations. However, marriageable age in the U.S. is an issue of state law rather than federal law, which allows for the minimum age for marriage to be 18 throughout the nation with the exception of Nebraska (19) and ...
ZTE is stepping up compliance management inside the company after the Chinese telecom equipment vendor was found by the US to have breached its probation agreement to export restrictions. The company is trying to strengthen its compliance management by requiring every employee to relearn ...

The CLOUD Act, which was signed into law on Friday, will significantly change the rules governing certain types of data stored overseas by U.S. businesses. Passed as part of a 2,232-page spending bill, the CLOUD Act addresses a question that U.S. tech companies and other digital service providers have ...
A ProPublica investigation found that, in making the cuts, IBM has flouted or outflanked U.S. laws and regulations intended to protect later-career workers from age discrimination. Besides the weakening of the age act, two other recent trends in employment law may also have a dampening effect on older ...
... tortured legal reasoning for how SB 54 doesn't violate U.S. laws. While California officials ponder their options, illegal alien advocacy groups are jumping right in. The ACLU of Southern California and several like-minded groups sprang into action. Unhelpfully to their cause, the ACLU, in a Facebook post, ...
Some of the most important U.S. laws that govern global trade and the flow of information across borders are outdated. Not disrupted by cutting-edge tech that has come out in the last few years outdated, but enacted before Amazon was even a company outdated. Leaders from Amazon and Microsoft as ...
LONDON -- Cambridge Analytica assigned dozens of non-U.S. citizens to provide campaign strategy and messaging advice to Republican candidates in 2014, according to three former workers for the data firm, even as an attorney warned executives to abide by U.S. laws limiting foreign involvement in ...
I cannot find any reference to an InGen subsidiary in Costa Rica in any of the canon, and since classifying InGen as a “smart” company gives me pause, it is entirely possible that lawsuits filed by American paleontologists, chaoticians, and tourists back in the United States could follow U.S. laws.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - A complaint filed with the US Department of Justice and the Federal Election Commission charges the UK firm Cambridge Analytica and a related firm repeatedly violated US laws in the past two election cycles, including with work for Donald Trump's 2016 campaign, the advocacy ...
On March 17, the Observer of London and New York Times broke the story of Cambridge Analytica's use of “private information from the Facebook profiles of more than 50 million users without their permission.” The more information that comes out about Cambridge Analytica, the more suspect the ...
Facebook is under intense scrutiny again after revelations that the data company Cambridge Analytica used its platform to collect and share data on tens of millions of Americans without their permission. For David Carroll, an associate professor at Parsons who has been monitoring this data company for ...
The attack and aftermath, detailed in a lawsuit Miango won this year against the Democratic Republic of Congo, again illustrates the uneasy balance between U.S. laws and international norms, between constitutional rights and the leniency granted to foreign nationals here on official business, known as ...
Researchers also reviewed U.S. laws, regulations and practices related to refugee resettlement and looked at national data on refugees. They also reviewed international agreements, which help shape refugee resettlement worldwide. Where are the gaps? While the Census does ask about country of ...

How Brazil's 'Lord Of Guns' Armed Rio's Drug War With U.S. Weapons. Weak U.S. laws mean it's not just our guns being trafficked; it's our gun violence, too. By Travis Waldron. HuffPost Illustration/Getty Images ...
The AP's stories helped free more than 2,000 enslaved men from Myanmar, Cambodia, Thailand and Laos, and led to more than a dozen arrests, amended U.S. laws and lawsuits seeking redress. The ILO said changes in Thailand's legal and regulatory framework had contributed to positive developments ...
The Federal Election Commission, the Justice Department and the State Department are charged with enforcing U.S. laws, including laws that prohibit foreign nationals from making expenditures to influence federal elections, that require agents of foreign entities to register as foreign agents and that require ...
Kroger, the nation's largest grocery chain, said that since a mass shooting last month at a Florida high school that killed 17 people, it's become clear that gun retail outlets must go beyond what current U.S. laws requires. The 19-year-old accused in the school slaying bought the AR-15 used in the attack ...
Sikh soldier who fought racial US laws. File photo of Bhagat Singh Thind. Image credit: BhagatSinghThind.com. Vikramdeep Johal. Tribune News Service. Chandigarh, February 25. He was arguably the first turbaned Sikh to serve in the US Army – as a drill sergeant during World War I. When asked how he ...
In the wake of a deadly school shooting in Florida, LDS Church President Russell M. Nelson criticized U.S. laws “that allow guns to go to people who shouldn't have them.” His comments to a congregation of Mormon millennials in Las Vegas marked the second time the recently installed LDS leader has ...
For Microsoft, the case is “simple”: Because U.S. laws only apply within U.S. borders unless Congress says otherwise, the government cannot rely on the Stored Communications Act to obtain emails stored overseas. Other language in the statute, Microsoft suggests, supports this interpretation – for example ...
... busy car park of a filling station in exchange for $600. Neither seller nor buyer knew the other person's identity. My contact could have been a Mexican cartel member and "our" AK-47 was in effect untraceable. This transaction was entirely legal under US laws - the very point that we were trying to make.
"In the final count you should realize that people in Russia live in accordance with Russian laws and not US laws, and it will remain so." Putin also said that even if the thirteen Russians and three Russian organizations in question had really meddled in the 2016 presidential election in the United States, ...


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