Monthly Archives: May 2022

Electoral Law Security and Social Media Influences

Elections are the backbone of our country’s democracy. The choices we make during voting cycles can have a significant impact on the legislature. Perhaps more importantly, they have direct effects on people’s quality of life. As such, it is essential to ensure that robust methods are in place to protect …

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Our social standards and tax compliance – Businessamlive

BY MARTIN IKE-MUONSO Over the centuries, human belief systems govern them through unwritten rules, beliefs and attitudes accepted within a social group. Because of the depth of their acceptance, they invariably become standards and foundations for accrediting or rejecting other behaviors. Virtually all societies are distinguished by these standards, whether …

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Education Learning Management System Market Trend and Forecast | Key Players – Blackboard, Instructure, Moodle, Schoology, PowerSchool

New Jersey, United States,- The Global”Education Learning Management System Market” report provides global trade insights along with valuable facts and figures. This analysis study intimately explores the global market such as industry chain structures, product suppliers, and production. The education learning management system sales market examines the major segments of …

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How to use Instagram to promote your law firm • LegalScoops

Many people don’t consider Instagram effective for marketing their law firm. However, Instagram has grown in popularity and has approximately one billion active users worldwide in 2022, allowing law firms to communicate directly with their audiences and leverage their social media presence. Additionally, Instagram is invaluable in brand building and …

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New law in Kenya encourages breastfeeding

Listen to this article here A new law in Kenya should encourage more and more Kenyan mothers go to breastfeed their babies. On May 30, a new law will restrict the marketing of infant formula, baby bottles and pacifiers. The law responds to aggressive social media marketing tactics encouraging Kenyan …

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Higher Education Software Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – Higher Education Software Market The 2022-2029 report has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with input from industry experts. The Higher Education Software Market study sheds light on the significant growth momentum that is expected to prevail during the assessment period 2022-2029. The …

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Maryland man arrested for assaulting law enforcement officers during Jan. 6 capitol breach | USAO-DC

WASHINGTON – A Maryland man was arrested today for assaulting law enforcement officers and a member of the media during the breach of the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. His actions and those of others have disrupted a joint session of the United States Congress convened to verify and …

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Communicators invited to focus on African issues

Communicators across Africa have an important duty to convey the message of a continent of hope, promise and vast potential. This is according to the Director General of the Government Communications and Information System (GCIS), Phumla Williams, who opened Africa Communications Week 2022 on Monday. Africa Communications Week …

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Maryam defends Shireen Mazari’s arrest, says ‘no one is above the law’ – Pakistan

PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz on Saturday defended the arrest of former human rights minister and PTI leader Shireen Mazari by police officials, saying no one was above the law. Speaking to the PML-N social media team in Lahore shortly after Mazari’s arrest, Maryam said: “If the fight against corruption …

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Buffalo mass murder suspect makes brief court appearance

An 18-year-old white man accused of killing 10 people in a live-streamed racist shooting at a supermarket in a black neighborhood of Buffalo, New York, briefly appeared in court on Thursday, and the judge set a date next month for his next hearing. . The latest racist mass shooting in …

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Associations of Attitudes and Social Norms with Experiences of Domestic Violence Among Married Adolescent Girls and Their Husbands in Rural Niger: A Dyadic Cross-Sectional Study | BMC Women’s Health

WHO. Global and regional estimates of violence against women: prevalence and health effects of intimate partner violence and non-marital sexual violence. Geneva; 2013. UN-WOMEN. Data on the prevalence of violence against women: country surveys 2011. Moreno-Garcia C, Jansen H, Ellsberg M, Heise L, Watts C. WHO multi-country study on women’s …

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Questions and answers on the law | Trump versus Twitter, a conflict that deserves closer examination | Columns

Can a private company be sued for a First Amendment free speech violation if it restricts the speech of another private party? Yes, but the plaintiff must prove that the party who committed the offense was acting for the government. Donald Trump raised the issue when he and other plaintiffs …

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China sets up local law enforcement militias to bolster ‘maintenance of stability’ — Radio Free Asia

Judicial authorities across China are setting up ‘people’s legal struggle militias’ to aid law enforcement, recruiting lawyers aged 18 to 45 who are ‘in good physical condition’, according to official notices posted online. . A notice issued by justice bureaus in Shanghai, Guangdong, Hubei and other places said militias would …

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Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP, a leader in securities fraud law

LOS ANGELES, May 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP (“GPM”), a leading national shareholder rights law firm, is continuing its investigation on behalf of Dentsply Sirona Inc. ( “Dentsply” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: XRAY) investors regarding possible violations by the Company of federal securities laws. If …

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Despite law, Nepal fails to ensure representation of Dalit women in neighborhoods

When Prabha Pariyar was approached with a proposal to run as a parishioner, she had no idea. “I spoke with senior members of the community. Then some CPN-UML leaders also contacted me,” said Prabha, 43. “Then I thought the post could be a platform for me to raise issues in …

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The beautiful seaside town where locals are fighting to change the law to stop wealthy Londoners from buying so many second homes

Residents of St Ives are fighting tooth and nail to prevent wealthy Londoners from buying second homes in the idyllic Cornish seaside town. Its popularity has long meant that visiting in summer can be a hellish experience, with congested streets and throngs of tourists, but the influx of wealthy landlords …

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law professor Elise Boddie: segregation is ‘the epicenter of racial injustice’ | Rutgers University

Law professor Elise Boddie, who teaches at Rutgers-Newark, is founder and director of The Inclusion Project (TIP), which works to promote systemic equity in public education. Since 2017, she has worked with civic organizations, students, religious leaders, educators, and researchers to desegregate the state’s public schools. She is also advising …

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Access to Abortion in the Pacific Northwest Won’t Change Unless State Law Does

The leaked U.S. Supreme Court draft decision reversing Roe v. Wade and Casey v. Planned Parenthood signals an impending seismic shift in the nation’s legal landscape. But in the Pacific Northwest, the ruling, even if it becomes law, will make little difference to abortion access. “As an organization, our fundamental …

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Data | Despite development, social norms prevent women from entering the labor market in South Asia

Social norms and attitude towards gender in South Asia are strongly linked to the low participation of women in economic activities Social norms and attitude towards gender in South Asia are strongly linked to the low participation of women in economic activities Despite decades of rapid economic growth, rising education …

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IntelBrief: Attacks on Police and Law Enforcement Are Not Getting Enough Attention

Intelbrief / IntelBrief: Attacks on Police and Law Enforcement Are Not Getting Enough Attention Photo by: NDZ/STAR MAX/IPx Bottom line in front In 2021, there was a 59% increase since 2020 in the number of American police officers killed on duty, with 73 police officers intentionally killed. More than 55 …

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Southern Poverty Law Center lists 2 LI-based groups as anti-government

Two Long Island groups have been identified as anti-government organizations by a nonprofit that tracks racism, xenophobia and far-right militias in the United States. Long Island Mutual Assistance Group, based in Nassau, and Long Island Loud Majority, based in Suffolk, were among 488 “extreme anti-government groups” active in 2021, according …

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