We devote episode 100 to “section 702” intelligence – the highly productive counterterrorism program that collects data on foreigners from data stored on US servers.
Let’s say you’re the general counsel for a manufacturing company that builds armored transport vehicles for sale to the U.S. military.
On February 3, 2016, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) issued a bulletin warning companies that furnish information on consumers to consumer reporting agencies (CRAs) yet again of the need to have adequate policies and procedures.
This morning, MedPage Today — which should know better — began their “Morning Break” with this description and link.
Picture, if you will, the Staples commercials that aired a few years ago, with the parents sailing through the aisles as they got ready for their kids to go back to school as “It’s the most wonderful time of the year” played jubilantly in the background. For me, that’s what Superbowl commercials are like.
In California trust administrations, the trustee is in the driver’s seat. The trustee marshals the assets, deals with creditors, and (except in the case of ongoing trusts) gets them distributed out to the beneficiaries in fractional shares per the terms of the trust.
Pharmaceutical manufacturer discount card usage by government program beneficiaries has been an active area for government action in recent years.
Foreign companies manufacturing in China often “co-develop” products intended for sale in the West.
The list of everyday technologies pioneered or developed by the military before being adapted to civilian applications is a lengthy one: GPS, microwave ovens, jet engines, and radar are just some common examples.