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Government Case against Software Giant Microsoft is Officially Closed

5/25/2011   After almost ten years of legal wrangling, the antitrust lawsuit that the US government filed against Microsoft is finally and officially over. Nearly a decade ago, Microsoft signed an agreement with the government to resolve the antitrust charges
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Cloud Security Alliance Welcomes Pamela Jones Habour as Co-Chair of Legal Working Group

5/24/2011   The Cloud Security Alliance, or CSA, has announced that Pamela Jones Harbour, a former Federal Trade Commissioner, has joined the organization as the co-chair of the CSA Legal Working Group. A partner in Fullbright & Jaworski LLP’s antitrust
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USDA Pressured by Produce Industry on Pesticide Report

5/24/2011   The U.S. Department of Agriculture, for the past two decades, has issued annual reports on the quantity of pesticide residue it was able to detect from samples of fresh vegetables and fruits across the country. The data generated
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White House Seeks Mandatory 3-Year Sentence for Critical-Infrastructure Hackers

5/24/2011 A mandatory minimum three-year prison sentence is being sought by the White House against hackers who penetrate and cause considerable harm to critical infrastructure systems. The Obama administration, in a legislative proposal it sent to Congress on Thursday, which
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Cobb Reacts to Signing of Georgia’s Immigration Bill

5/24/2011   The signing into law by Gov. Nathan Deal of a tough immigration in Georgia was met with a variety of reactions in Cobb. The responses fell mostly along party lines, with the Republicans supporting it, while Democrats criticizing
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Readership in Print vs. Digital

We choose Print! The majority of readers prefer print over digital. Readers feel that printed media is easier to read than digital. Readers feel much more comfortable having something on paper than on a digital screen. As humans we associate
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Engraving Inks

Staying green with Engraving Inks Print customer’s are now becoming very interested in ways to stay green. From the choice of environmentally friendly paper, such as cotton paper, to the choice of  inks.  Engraving inks are becoming very popular, they
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Proposed Measure Aims to Reform the Dairy Labor Law

5/23/2011 One of the issues that have long been hounding dairy farmers is labor. Nevertheless, the congressional delegation of Vermont is seeking to lighten some of that pressure with modifications to the federal guest worker policy. As of now, guest
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Brothels Included by Nevada Lawmakers in Tax on Services Bill

5/23/2011   The oldest profession in the world could be subject to the newest tax measure in Nevada if Democratic state legislators have their way. In an attempt to fund government services during a lingering recession, the Democrats are proposing
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For-profit Colleges Being Scrutinized by the Office of the Attorney General

5/22/2011 The recruitment and student loan practices at a number of for-profit colleges in Massachusetts are being investigated by the state’s Attorney General Martha Coakley. This move is the latest in a string of legal inquiries into the industry. The
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