Category Archives: Law

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Bill C51- Canada’s new anti-terrorism legislation

“An Act to enact the Security of Canada Information Sharing Act and the Secure Air Travel Act, to amend the Criminal Code, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and to make related and … Continue reading

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Social media, content re-distribution, copyright and info chill…

By Stephen D’Allotte, March 12, 2015. Editorial Times We’ve been giving a lot of thought recently about how, in this new era of digital media, information and content are used and presented to the world at large. We’ve had to … Continue reading

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Krayewski: Blurred Lines – Prepare for Endless Frivolous Copyright Lawsuits

Blurred Lines: Prepare for Endless Frivolous Copyright Lawsuits What Pandora’s box of litigation did the ruling in favor of Marvin Gaye’s estate in the “Blurred Lines” lawsuit open? By Ed Krayewski, March 12, 2015, Reason.com  The Internet appeared to rejoice … Continue reading

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Kheiriddin: This isn’t about the right to choose a burka over a bikini. It’s about a country’s values

This isn’t about the right to choose a burka over a bikini. It’s about a country’s values By Tasha Kheiriddin, March 11, 2015, National Post Full Comment Political parties can’t be all things to all people, nor should they. Instead, … Continue reading

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Vladeck: The Iran Letter and the Logan Act

Editor’s note: The following post (from Vladeck’s blog Lawfare) is a summary analysis of the essence of a current petition being hosted on the White House website, as discussed here. Sen Tom Cotton, lead signatory to the letter, outlines the … Continue reading

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HotAir: DOJ report totally vindicates Darren Wilson in Michael Brown shooting

Must read: DOJ report totally vindicates Darren Wilson in Michael Brown shooting by “Allahpundit”, March 4, 2015 I barely glanced at this in posting it to Headlines because I thought I already knew what it would say. Holder’s whining last … Continue reading

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McCarthy: I’m Glad Obama Skipped Paris

  I’m Glad Obama Skipped Paris He doesn’t really believe in protecting speech critical of Islam. By Andrew C. McCarthy January 13, 2015.  National Review Online Unlike many conservatives, I was not outraged when President Obama directed the Justice Department … Continue reading