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Why Is TikTok Getting Banned? China’s National Intelligence Law

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There’s an easy answer to why TikTok has been banned in so many places and may well yet get banned in the US: China’s “ National Intelligence Law. ” China’s National Intelligence Law was enacted on June 27, 2017 and came into effect in July 2017.

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LexisNexis Launches An All-New Premium Legal Research Service

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LexisNexis is today announcing the launch of a premium legal research service, Lexis+ , that it says takes a bold approach to providing legal research, AI-driven analytics and practical guidance within a unified and fully integrated platform.

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Michael Cohen Sent Back To Prison Over Refusal To Agree Not To Speak To Press Without Approval

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The New York Times reports that federal law enforcement returned Michael Cohen to prison after he refused to agree not to publish a book or to speak to the press without prior approval from the Bureau of Prisons while serving

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Spotify Gives “Corporate Royalty” a Whole New Meaning

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Sometimes the big money executives at corporations are referred to pejoratively as “ corporate royalty.” ” This is particularly true of those with “supervoting” stock that gives them absolute control over public corporations.

Legal Tech Companies Offer Free Products In Civil Rights Cases

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Two legal technology companies said this week that they are offering free access to their products to attorneys involved in civil rights matters. Legal research company Casetext is offering free access to its Compose brief automation for Title VII motions through the remainder of the summer.

ABA Forum on Communications Law Seeking Participants For Annual Moot Court Competition

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The ABA's Forum on Communications Law is seeking your help in recruiting talented law students to compete in the Forum's annual moot court competition, which is designed to provide a career advancement opportunity for students from communities traditionally underrepresented in

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Follow the Money: YouTube’s Failure to Pay Retroactively Gives “Conversion Rate” a Whole New Meaning

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One of the metrics one hears from the digerati is the term “conversion rate” which usually means the rate at which users of an ad-supported free service are “converted” to paying users, usually because they are so fed up with the advertising they are willing to pay.

The Week’s Top Legaltech Stories? Find Out Today At 3 ET At Our Journalists’ Roundtable

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We are back again today at 3 p.m. Eastern time with our roundtable of legaltech journalists discussing their takes on the week’s top news stories. It is free to attend the Zoom webinar, but you must preregister.

Facebook boycott leaders slam Zuckerberg after meeting

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Does "all lives matter" really mean "White lives matter?"

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Copaganda - How Cop Shows Lie to You | The Daily Social Distancing Show

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Former Gartner Executive Named CEO of ALSP Axiom

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David McVeigh , the former executive vice president for global business sales at industry reseearch and advisory firm Gartner, has been named chief executive officer of Axiom , an alternative legal services provider that specializes in high-caliber, on-demand legal talent.

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ICYMI: My Litera TV Interview with Legal Technologist and Innovator Dennis Kennedy

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Joining me last week for my Law Insights show on Litera TV was Dennis Kennedy , legal tech and innovation advisor, adjunct law professor, infotech lawyer, professional speaker, author, and podcaster. We covered a lot of ground over the course of our 30-minute conversation.

Opinion | I’m a Direct Descendant of Thomas Jefferson. Take Down His Memorial. - The New York Times

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" Monticello is shrine enough for a man who wrote that “all men are created equal” and yet never did much to make those words come true. Mr. Truscott is a journalist.

The Fullest Look Yet at the Racial Inequity of Coronavirus - The New York Times

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Coronavirus cases per 10,000 people White 23 All 38 Black 62 Latino 73 " By Richard A. Oppel Jr. Robert Gebeloff , K.K. Rebecca Lai , Will Wright and Mitch Smith July 5, 2020 Teresa and Marvin Bradley can’t say for sure how they got the coronavirus. Maybe Ms.

239 Experts With One Big Claim: The Coronavirus Is Airborne - The New York Times

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"The W.H.O. has resisted mounting evidence that viral particles floating indoors are infectious, some scientists say. The agency maintains the research is still inconclusive. By Apoorva MandavilliUpdated July 5, 2020, 4:45 p.m. ET Patrons at the Ocean Casino in Atlantic City, N.J., on July 3.

Dr. Chika Okeke Agulu on Stolen African Art

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Gerald Horne: Counter-Revolution of 1776: Slave Resistance and the Origi.

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Kerry Washington reads Sojourner Truth

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Message To The Grass Roots - Malcolm X

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Al Roker Goes To Senegal To Trace His Ancestral Roots | TODAY

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Psychological disorders and family squabbles: 9 details from the book by Donald Trump’s niece - POLITICO

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"Here are some of the most revelatory and incendiary passages from Mary Trump's new book. A new book by Donald Trump’s niece Mary Trump describes the president as a person likely afflicted by multiple psychological disorders who is profoundly unsuited to be president.

Trump's push to amplify racism unnerves Republicans who have long enabled him - The Washington Post

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"President Trump’s unyielding push to preserve Confederate symbols and the legacy of white domination, crystallized by his harsh denunciation of the racial justice movement Friday night at Mount Rushmore, has unnerved Republicans who have long enabled him but now fear losing power and forever associating their party with his racial animus.

Opinion | Trump is running an openly racist campaign - The Washington Post

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"All dictators and would-be dictators need enemies — the more villainous the better — to justify their seizure of power. President Trump, an aspiring authoritarian, based his 2016 campaign on fomenting fear of Mexicans and Muslims.

Trump threatens to cut funding of schools that don't reopen

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Chris Hayes: Trump Is Objectively Pro-Virus | All In | MSNBC

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo begs Trump: Just wear the mask

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Trump Commutes Roger Stone's Prison Sentence | MSNBC

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Opinion | TRoberts Supreme Court Curtails Birth Control Access. Again. - The New York Times

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