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Basketball Wikipedia The Free Encyclopedia

Basketball is a sport played by two teams of five players on a rectangular court. The objective is to shoot a ball through a hoop 18 inches (46 cm) in diameter and 10 ...

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Dead Tree Edition Subtle Violations

Violating postal regulations, even in subtle and unintentional ways, can cost business mailers millions of dollars, two recent lawsuits reveal.

http://deadtreeedition.blogspot.com/2014/06/subtle-violations-of-postal-regs-can.html

Patient Modesty Privacy Concerns Nursing

This blog is dedicated to exploring topics concerning patients' modesty and privacy concerns. It is hoped we can be a reference source of information for ...

http://patientprivacyreview.blogspot.com/2011/12/nursing-violations-of-patient-privacy.html

Iqama System Violations Penalties Overseas

Iqama System Violations & Penalties No. Violation Penalties 1 Non-reporting for Iqama renewal prior to 3 days of its expiry without applicable reason • If the ...

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Street View engineer warned Google in 2007

In the case of FCC vs Google Street View that’s been going on for some weeks, months, and even years now, a “lone engineer” has been identified and called out on his role in the so-called scandal. This fellow is being called “Engineer Doe” by the FCC but has been discovered this week as being […]

Student candidate allegedly hacks his own election results

With students that often know more about computer systems than teachers or administrators, cheating through digital methods continues to be an issue for high schools and universities. As reported by the North County Times, the FBI is investigating a case involving identity theft and election fraud that occurred at California State University San Marcos. During the election for the school’s student […]

Apple Rebuts Antitrust Charges Over E-Book Pricing

An Apple spokeswoman has officially responded to the lawsuit filed yesterday by the U.S. Department of Justice over the Apple-backed agency model of e-book pricing. In a statement to All Things D, Apple spokesman Tom Neumayr: The DOJ’s accusation of collusion against Apple is simply not true. The launch of the iBookstore in 2010 fostered […]

Selling Digital Fear

The crowded building’s not on fire. After an exhaustive investigation of the top 100 Facebook apps, the Wall Street Journal didn’t find any serious privacy violations, but the writers were on assignment so they wrote the “Selling You On Facebook” hit piece anyways. Reality has never stopped the WSJ and other media outlets from yelling […]

Facebook Blasts Password Snooping Employers

Password snooping employers demanding access to Facebook accounts got an earful from Facebook Friday when it issued a harsh statement condemning the practice. Erin Egan, Facebook’s chief privacy officer, wrote on a company blog: “We don’t think employers should be asking prospective employees to provide their passwords because we don’t think it’s right the thing […]

Google set for new patent attack

Coming to the defence of Android partners against Apple The never-ending patent wars are continuing with some gusto this week. Apple has been on the offensive, once again, earlier in the week bringing a US lawsuit against Samsung for a number of patent violations (as well as attempting a preliminary injunction ban on the Galaxy […]