What is bot (Do Not Pay)?

What is bot (Do Not Pay)?

Since its launch in March 2016, the Do Not Pay bot has challenged over 160,000 parking tickets. The bot, created by British teenager Joshua Browder, has proved successful and has gained a lot of media press. This popularity seemed to be a bit unexpected by the bot’s creator. "I'm very…

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Four things that are illegal if you visit Dubai

Four things that are illegal if you visit Dubai

Dubai is a popular vacation destination for Westerners, but the region does have its own specific set of rules that would be unfamiliar to most. If you do plan to visit, make sure to keep these four laws in mind so you can better enjoy your stay and not end up in legal trouble: Be careful what you…

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What you should know about shoplifting

What you should know about shoplifting

Shoplifting is generally seen as a minor crime, often perpetrated by teenagers. While it may seem harmless and not offer significant consequences, it’s still a bad idea on a number of levels. It’s also helpful to know the intricate details of the crime in terms of what the law says and…

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Is a handwritten last will & testament legal?

Is a handwritten last will & testament legal?

When it comes to legal documents, it’s impossible to know what you have to do without the help of a specialist. Is a handwritten Will a legal document? The problem is that not many lawyers know how to deal with this issue. Here are some points that you should know: If the document is…

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Tennessee Law

Tennessee Law

Unfortunately we can often see animals being tortured by their owners, former owners or even some people who don’t even know them. Sadly no one can protect these animals because no one actually cares that much, so that’s why it is always good to have a certain law that will be able to…

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What Is An Image Theft

What Is An Image Theft

Photographers make money by licensing photos of people and selling them. So it is highly ineffective for them when their images are being shared on social network websites and domains without any payment. This image theft has increased tremendously and has many victims already. In many cases the…

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Dangers of Distracted Driving

Dangers of Distracted Driving

Millions of accidents occur annually due to distracted driving. These accidents are caused due to common stuff that we do each and every day like talking on the phone, eating a snack, putting on makeup etc. while driving. Distracted driving can prove to be really dangerous for you, your passenger…

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Responsibilities of Online Defamation Lawyer

Responsibilities of Online Defamation Lawyer

Whether in composed or verbal structure, putting forth an untrue expression in perniciousness or carelessness bringing about the harm of a singular's character is maligning. Criticism is displayed in two structures, defamation, which is the composed shape and Slander, which is the verbal…

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Tribe Working On Entering the Pot Business

Tribe Working On Entering the Pot Business

Brace yourself as a native tribe is about to become the first one to venture into the pot business. The tribe, which also operates a casino in the eastern part of South Dakota, might just be the motivation that other tribes need and as a result we might see many of them following in their steps.…

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‘Possible Money Laundering’ Reported In Swiss Banks

‘Possible Money Laundering’ Reported In Swiss Banks

The corruption case at FIFA keeps on getting interesting by the day. As days pass on we are getting to know new details surrounding FIFA as well as how their awarded World Cup bids. In addition to all this we are also learning new details regarding the some of the top members of FIFA. For instance,…

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Why to Hire Divorce Lawyers

Why to Hire Divorce Lawyers

There comes a devastating moment in a person’s life when they have to take up the bold decision of filing for a divorce. While some may choose to approach a lawyer, most of the people would file for a divorce on their own by using the documents provided by the court or from a website or a…

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Tips for Hiring a Criminal Lawyer

Tips for Hiring a Criminal Lawyer

A criminal lawyer is required for each and every people who is charged with criminal charges. The biggest mistake most of the people do is not hiring a lawyer until the last-minute when there is no other option. The things that happen when the charges are made are undoubtedly important but the first…

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 Private Investigators

Private Investigators

It is a common misconception of the people who a private investigator has any type of police powers. It is actually illegal for private investigators to wear any sort of uniform and carry badges in different countries and they are also not allowed to carry any kind of hand gun or ammo. They also…

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Lemon Law: All You Need To Know

Lemon Law: All You Need To Know

The word lemon relates to those vehicles that are inoperable and damaged. There is a strict implementation of Lemon law in the United States to protect the interest of the consumers who suffer a lot at the hands of automobile manufacturers. If you get a vehicle of any kind be it truck, motorcycle or…

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 Legal Aspects of Car Crashes

Legal Aspects of Car Crashes

A common American person files only one case of collision in 18 years. It is good because a large number of drivers tend to drive their vehicles daily and a driver needs to be involved in three accidents to lose his driving license. America has the most number of registered vehicles than any other…

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How to Avoid Odometer Fraud

How to Avoid Odometer Fraud

Car dealers are very cunning and they try to do everything they can to get extra money from the customers. One such strategy is to alter the odometer of the car to make it seem like the car has not been used so much. Nowadays a digital odometer is used in most cars and it is very easy for the car…

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 What Is A Bail Bond?

What Is A Bail Bond?

If a person is arrested in the United States, he or she is given an opportunity to post bail. This opportunity can be used by a friend or a family member who can give money accordingly to free out their loved ones. The money is insurance that the person will come to court and answer the charges…

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New York Online Casinos To Be Banned?

New York Online Casinos To Be Banned?

The lawmakers in New York are having a very rough time in the area of online casinos. In recent years, online casinos have been producing more and more. People can play online and still bet on a game in a physical casino. However, casinos everywhere are losing money. This is making casinos owners…

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Probe Launched into Suspicious Post-Arrest Death

Probe Launched into Suspicious Post-Arrest Death

A civil right probe has been opened by the Justice Department into a mysterious death of Freddie Gray, who died of spinal injury after he was handcuffed and put into a police van. Police arrested Gray, 25, on April 12 after he was spotted by the police being in contact with another man known for…

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Legal rights when you buy a car

Legal rights when you buy a car

The best solution is to buy a brand new car. But, they often cost a lot and cannot every person afford them. Because of that, many people are buying used cars. Only in the US in one year, more than 6 million used cars are sold! It should be a very easy process, simply go to the local dealer and buy…

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Oprah Winfrey prevails in 'Own Your Power' lawsuit

Oprah Winfrey prevails in 'Own Your Power' lawsuit

A trademark lawsuit that was challenging the use of the phrase “Own Your Power” by Oprah Winfrey in her magazine as well as on TV, websites as well as in social media accounts has been defeated. On Thursday, Paul Crotty, a U.S. District Judge in Manhattan, ruled that Oprah Winfrey as…

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APPLE FACES SECOND SUIT FROM VICTORIOUS PATENT FIRM

APPLE FACES SECOND SUIT FROM VICTORIOUS PATENT FIRM

Smartflash LLC is again suing Apple Inc. Fresh from a jury win that saw Apple Inc being asked to pay $532.9 million in damages, Smartflash LLC, a Texas based company, is suing Apple Inc. for the same patents’ which the company states were used by the tech giant in their devices after the case…

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Selecting Top Notch Lawyers for your Legal Requirements

Selecting Top Notch Lawyers for your Legal Requirements

Legal hassles are those that you may have to face from time to time and in such a situation, to have a good lawyer represent you in court is very important. The following are some useful tips which you can keep in mind if you are looking to hire a lawyer any time soon. Choose a Professional who…

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Marijuana Advocates Hope Maine Goes Legal Next

Marijuana Advocates Hope Maine Goes Legal Next

Marijuana advocates want to finally take their legalization drive, thus far the province of western states to the Northeast, and they say the first state to do it here might be Maine. The Pine Tree State has a long history with cannabis — Maine voters approved medical marijuana legalization 15…

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Mastercard against Nike

Mastercard against Nike

Mastercard Inc. has accused Nike Inc. of encouraging technology talent – a scarce resource nowadays – to leave their current employer and move to Nike. This was apparently done via Mastercard ex senior engineering manager and ex information security officer, who both work for Nike now.…

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AT&T the trickster

AT&T the trickster

The FCC – Federal Communication Commission - is gathering information on AT&T and considering issuing a fine due to inadequate customer information techniques. AT&T uses a program called ‘maximum bit rate’, also known as ‘data throttling’. What that means is…

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Cuban cigars are now going to be legal in the U.S.

Cuban cigars are now going to be legal in the U.S.

Today the U.S. announced it would begin normalizing relations with Cuba, more than 50 years after it imposed an embargo on the island nation. As part of the deal, the U.S. is lifting some trade restrictions, including a ban on Cuban cigars. But, they can only be brought back to the U.S. by…

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What we should learn from Garner and Ferguson cases

What we should learn from Garner and Ferguson cases

This is not the first time we have struggled with this anguish and it will not be the last. But there may be a new prospect for hope this time. We can begin by enhancing the perception of fairness of the official response when police use deadly force. Much of the anger being expressed across the…

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  • Two female runners, Vanessa Marcotte & Karina Vetrano go missing

    Two female runners, Vanessa Marcotte & Karina Vetrano go missing

    Vanessa Marcotte & Karina Vetrano, in two separate incidents, went missing and were found deceased by the police. Although the deaths have some similar details - they are not related according to the authorities. The similarities include both were avid runners and their bodies were found in…

  • Richard Rosario 20 years in jail and innocent

    Richard Rosario 20 years in jail and innocent

    Imprisoned for a crime he did not commit, Richard Rosario was freed 13 alibis and 20 years later. Rosario was charged with the murder of a teenager in 1996. Though he had 13 witnesses to testify to the fact that he was in Florida, he was convicted. At the time of the murder, Richard Rosario states…

  • Robert Lewis Dear unfit to stand trial for abortion clinic gun spree

    Robert Lewis Dear unfit to stand trial for abortion clinic gun spree

    The Planned Parenthood Clinic in Colorado Springs was attacked on November 27, 2015. The suspect was Robert Lewis Dear. His encounter with the police lasted for five hours during which five police officers and four civilians were injured. The whole episode ended after an armoured vehicle of police…

What happened to Fauna Jackson (16) while missing in Grand Teton National Park?

What happened to Fauna Jackson (16) while missing in Grand Teton National Park?

Fauna Jackson was last seen on Thursday, August 4th and a large search was started. The 16-year-old from Ohio was volunteering in Wyoming´s Grand Teton National Park. After 24 hours, a group of 60 people were combing the national park in search of Ms. Jackson. By Saturday, more than 100 people…

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Hostage Robert Hall beheaded and how he became a hostage

Hostage Robert Hall beheaded and how he became a hostage

When you think about luxury resorts, you don’t ever imagine that something evil could happen to you while you are on vacation. Unfortunately, this was the case of Robert Hall, a Canadian citizen who went on vacation to the Philippines and stayed at a seaside resort. Robert was kidnapped with…

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Canadian funded hospital destroyed in Syria

Canadian funded hospital destroyed in Syria

A Canadian-funded hospital in Syria has been destroyed during an air strike that was, according to an aid agency, deliberate and has forced other hospitals to close. This hospital was in Aleppo, a city divided by Syrian President Bashar Assad government forces and Syrian rebels. The center is one…

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N. Korean submarine considered sunk

N. Korean submarine considered sunk

A North Korean submarine disappeared and is presumed to have sunk. The submarine was reportedly operating and patrolling the North Korean coast for several days before it went missing. An unknown news source from the U.S government stated that the submarine sunk and is not missing. North Korea has…

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Boko Haram attack village in Nigeria, Feb. 1, 2016

Boko Haram attack village in Nigeria, Feb. 1, 2016

"We had just finished evening prayers when the gunmen came to our village and indiscriminately opened fire and set fire to homes," were the words of resident Kulo Sheriff. The extremist group, Boko Haram viciously attacked Dalori village in the north of the country with gunfire and…

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San Bernadino Shooting is the New Phase of Terrorism

San Bernadino Shooting is the New Phase of Terrorism

On December 6th, 2015, President Obama vowed to find anyone who plotted militant attacks on the U.S.A. He said this to reassure Americans after the California deadly rampage shooting, which has provoked questions regarding security of the United States against extremism. He did his best to respond…

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