Maybe its time for Americans to start taking sides on the issue of what their government ought to be spying on. While I have been no fan of Edward Snowden, I have also become no fan of the NSA.
If you spend anytime on the Internet, you’ve come across headlines like this one. (Yes, it’s a little bait-and-switch, but you were expecting that, weren’t you?).
It is tax season and it is time to think about getting your taxes done. This time of year is filled will angst for most people.
I am a college football fan. Even so, I have grown very weary of watching bowl games. So far, the only two games that have kept me interested were the Chick-fil-A Bowl (See: Texas A&M, Johnny Manziel help Chick-fil-A Bowl, ESPN draw historic TV ratings) and the Rose Bowl (See: No longer the little brother, Michigan State shines in Rose Bowl win).
When life gives you a cease and desist letter, make lemonade. Or, depending on your profession, maybe some beer. That’s what Jeff Britton, owner of the Exit 6 Pub and Brewery in Cottleville, Missouri chose to do after receiving a cease and desist letter on behalf of Starbucks.
I sued you, you didn’t file an answer, and you didn’t come to court. What more do I need to prove? –Remark made by an attorney for a junk-debt buyer.*
In the wake of the recent Target Corp. credit card data breach, Congress is once again turning its attention to data breach legislation.In a memorandum to Republican lawmakers on January 2, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) stated that he intends to schedule legislation on security and breach notification requirements for federally facilitated healthcare exchanges when Congress resumes session next week.
The first major storm of 2014 didn’t wait long to interrupt the lives of an estimated 100 million in states all across the country. Some in the Midwest began feeling the punch of Hercules on January 1st, and blizzard conditions in the Northeast continue through Friday.
One of the most anticipated items from the JOBS Act enacted in April 2012 was the so-called Regulation A+ – a new and improved exemption that would allow issuers to raise up to $50 million in a 12-month period through a “mini-registration” process that is similar to that of rarely used Regulation A exemption.
There’s never been more money pouring into sports television contracts then there is right now. A rapidly changing TV landscape has left sports programming as one of the last holdouts to remain immune to technological developments with on-demand video. But while the intersection of sports and television has benefited greatly from a favorable regulatory environment, that may soon change as both the FCC and lawmakers are taking a look at ending sports blackouts.