Laxaro Your source for the latest research news
 supreme court discusses sex offender s social media ban
supreme court discusses sex offender's social media ban

Packingham's lawyer David Goldberg argues that the ban covers "vast swaths" of core First Amendment speech, even parts that have nothing to do with preventing child abuse. He agrees that social media ban as a condition of parole is reasonable, but a lifetime ban is a denial of free speech. Goldberg's argument has led to the discussion of whether it's possible to live these days without Facebook or Twitter, especially since numerous politicians use them religiously. "This has become a crucially important channel of political communication," Justice Elena Kagan said. She reasoned that under North Carolina's social media ban "a person couldn't go onto those sites and find out what these members of our government are thinking or saying or doing." The justices also questioned the North Carolina

the supreme court could soon decide if you have a right to facebook

A registered sex offender argues that North Carolina's law keeping him off Facebook and other sites violates his First Amendment rights. The post The Supreme Court Could Soon Decide if You Have a Right to Facebook appeared first on WIRED.

tvf founder rubbishes harassment charges, says social media has already declared

No functioning loo in Delhi-Chicago Air India flight creates trouble for over 300 passengersBusiness StandardControversy has snowballed on social media with people asking to boycott TVF following allegationsBS Web Team  March 14, 2017 Last Updated at 12:25 ISThttp://mybs.in/2UUC2Gj

police arrest man who escaped from supreme court

The man who escaped from the ACT Supreme Court last Friday has been arrested by police. Police found the man in the passenger seat of a car during a routine traffic stop in Gungahlin just after 3am. 
Police have arrested the man who escaped from the ACT Supreme Court last Friday.  Photo: SuppliedThey said the man violently resisted arrest, with one officer sustaining minor injuries in the scuffle. The man ran from the ACT Supreme Court while he was on trial last Friday.He will appear in the ACT Magistrates Court on Thursday morning, facing charges of resisting a territory official as well as being wanted on a first instance warrant. 

notorious paedophile alexandria brookes banned from places where children go

Notorious paedophile Alexandria Brookes has been banned from virtually anywhere frequented by children including libraries, playgrounds, swimming pools, cinemas and internet cafes for a further five years.Brookes, 52, the former male lover of one of Australia's worst child sex offenders, Dennis Ferguson, will be subjected to close supervision including electronic monitoring and a nightly curfew after authorities convinced a judge he was still a high risk to children.
Sex offender Alexandria Brookes leaves the Supreme Court in Sydney on Friday. Photo: Daniel MunozAt a hearing in November, the Supreme Court found he had an ongoing sexual interest in children, despite anti-libidinal medication.On Friday, Brookes was in court as Justice Natalie Adams imposed a five-year extended supervision

court may strike law barring sex offenders from social media

The Supreme Court appears likely to strike down a North Carolina law that prohibits sex offenders from using Facebook and other social networking sites.
At least five justices suggested during argument Monday they would rule for North Carolina resident Lester Packingham Jr. He was convicted of violating a 2008 law aimed at keeping sex offenders off internet sites children might use. Packingham used Facebook to boast about beating a traffic ticket.Justice Elena Kagan pointed out that the law is so broad it also prevents people from reading the Twitter accounts of President Donald Trump, all 50 governors and members of Congress.The state's lawyer said the law deals with the virtual world in the same way that states keep sex offenders out of playgrounds and other places children visit.
©

courts to up the ante on monday

Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterSUPREME COURTThe apex court will hear a PIL on the ecological imbalance throughout the country.The Supreme Court will hear a plea related to the killing of Indian fishermen by the two Italian marines.The top court will hear a matter regarding DTC depot in Yamuna riverbed.The apex court will hear a petition seeking direction to formulate a central policy regulating the commencement of infrastructure projects after obtaining the required inter departmental regulatory as well as environment clearances/permissions/NoCs/approvals/acquisitions/notification etc.The top court will hear a plea regarding the functioning of BCCI.The apex court will hear an appeal challenging the orders of Bar Council of India against a member of Gujarat High Court Bar Association.The

courts to up the ante on monday

Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterSUPREME COURTThe apex court will hear a PIL on the ecological imbalance throughout the country.The Supreme Court will hear a plea related to the killing of Indian fishermen by the two Italian marines.The top court will hear a matter regarding DTC depot in Yamuna riverbed.The apex court will hear a petition seeking direction to formulate a central policy regulating the commencement of infrastructure projects after obtaining the required inter departmental regulatory as well as environment clearances/permissions/NoCs/approvals/acquisitions/notification etc.The top court will hear a plea regarding the functioning of BCCI.The apex court will hear an appeal challenging the orders of Bar Council of India against a member of Gujarat High Court Bar Association.The

courts to up the ante on monday

Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterSUPREME COURTThe apex court will hear a PIL on the ecological imbalance throughout the country.The Supreme Court will hear a plea related to the killing of Indian fishermen by the two Italian marines.The top court will hear a matter regarding DTC depot in Yamuna riverbed.The apex court will hear a petition seeking direction to formulate a central policy regulating the commencement of infrastructure projects after obtaining the required inter departmental regulatory as well as environment clearances/permissions/NoCs/approvals/acquisitions/notification etc.The top court will hear a plea regarding the functioning of BCCI.The apex court will hear an appeal challenging the orders of Bar Council of India against a member of Gujarat High Court Bar Association.The

courts to up the ante on monday

Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterSUPREME COURTThe apex court will hear a PIL on the ecological imbalance throughout the country.The Supreme Court will hear a plea related to the killing of Indian fishermen by the two Italian marines.The top court will hear a matter regarding DTC depot in Yamuna riverbed.The apex court will hear a petition seeking direction to formulate a central policy regulating the commencement of infrastructure projects after obtaining the required inter departmental regulatory as well as environment clearances/permissions/NoCs/approvals/acquisitions/notification etc.The top court will hear a plea regarding the functioning of BCCI.The apex court will hear an appeal challenging the orders of Bar Council of India against a member of Gujarat High Court Bar Association.The

courts to up the ante on monday

Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterSUPREME COURTThe apex court will hear a PIL on the ecological imbalance throughout the country.The Supreme Court will hear a plea related to the killing of Indian fishermen by the two Italian marines.The top court will hear a matter regarding DTC depot in Yamuna riverbed.The apex court will hear a petition seeking direction to formulate a central policy regulating the commencement of infrastructure projects after obtaining the required inter departmental regulatory as well as environment clearances/permissions/NoCs/approvals/acquisitions/notification etc.The top court will hear a plea regarding the functioning of BCCI.The apex court will hear an appeal challenging the orders of Bar Council of India against a member of Gujarat High Court Bar Association.The

courts to up the ante on monday

Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterSUPREME COURTThe apex court will hear a PIL on the ecological imbalance throughout the country.The Supreme Court will hear a plea related to the killing of Indian fishermen by the two Italian marines.The top court will hear a matter regarding DTC depot in Yamuna riverbed.The apex court will hear a petition seeking direction to formulate a central policy regulating the commencement of infrastructure projects after obtaining the required inter departmental regulatory as well as environment clearances/permissions/NoCs/approvals/acquisitions/notification etc.The top court will hear a plea regarding the functioning of BCCI.The apex court will hear an appeal challenging the orders of Bar Council of India against a member of Gujarat High Court Bar Association.The

courts to up the ante on monday

Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterSUPREME COURTThe apex court will hear a PIL on the ecological imbalance throughout the country.The Supreme Court will hear a plea related to the killing of Indian fishermen by the two Italian marines.The top court will hear a matter regarding DTC depot in Yamuna riverbed.The apex court will hear a petition seeking direction to formulate a central policy regulating the commencement of infrastructure projects after obtaining the required inter departmental regulatory as well as environment clearances/permissions/NoCs/approvals/acquisitions/notification etc.The top court will hear a plea regarding the functioning of BCCI.The apex court will hear an appeal challenging the orders of Bar Council of India against a member of Gujarat High Court Bar Association.The

courts to up the ante on monday

Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterSUPREME COURTThe apex court will hear a PIL on the ecological imbalance throughout the country.The Supreme Court will hear a plea related to the killing of Indian fishermen by the two Italian marines.The top court will hear a matter regarding DTC depot in Yamuna riverbed.The apex court will hear a petition seeking direction to formulate a central policy regulating the commencement of infrastructure projects after obtaining the required inter departmental regulatory as well as environment clearances/permissions/NoCs/approvals/acquisitions/notification etc.The top court will hear a plea regarding the functioning of BCCI.The apex court will hear an appeal challenging the orders of Bar Council of India against a member of Gujarat High Court Bar Association.The

courts to up the ante on monday

Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterSUPREME COURTThe apex court will hear a PIL on the ecological imbalance throughout the country.The Supreme Court will hear a plea related to the killing of Indian fishermen by the two Italian marines.The top court will hear a matter regarding DTC depot in Yamuna riverbed.The apex court will hear a petition seeking direction to formulate a central policy regulating the commencement of infrastructure projects after obtaining the required inter departmental regulatory as well as environment clearances/permissions/NoCs/approvals/acquisitions/notification etc.The top court will hear a plea regarding the functioning of BCCI.The apex court will hear an appeal challenging the orders of Bar Council of India against a member of Gujarat High Court Bar Association.The

india legal show discusses cbi’s credibility

India’s premier investigative agency CBI is once again in the headlines but for a wrong reason. While former CBI chief Ranjit Sinha is already being probed by the agency he once headed, this time it is his predecessor AP Singh, who is under the scanner.While Sinha is being investigated by the CBI for trying to scuttle the agency’s probe into the coal scam by meeting the accused personally at his house, Singh has got into trouble for doling out favours to controversial meat exporter Moin Qureshi.Questions are being raised about the credibility of the CBI as an institution. If CBI itself is biased or favours the accused, is fair justice possible in cases where it is given charge of the probe, especially high-profile cases?CBI has often been in the past accused of functioning as an agent of t

supreme court pitches for affordable justice -india legal

Lawyer R Venkataramani, who is also a member of the Scheme, said that in the past, the legal assistance programme could not attract needy litigants. A fresh attempt is now being made to reach out to them so that their litigations could be contested by experienced lawyers at a nominal cost, which is far below the prevailing fee in the Supreme Court and elsewhere.Every person who desires to avail of the services of an advocate empanelled under the Scheme will have to approach its secretary by filing an application in a prescribed form along with the relevant documents. Once the papers are received, they will be assigned to the Advocate-on-Record (AoR) of the choice indicated by the applicant. In case that AoR “opines that this is not a fit case” for moving in the Supreme Court, the applicant

social media and food waste

Can supermarkets encourage customers to cut food waste through social media? Analysis of UK campaign shows mixed results. A study has evaluated three types of media campaign conducted by a large UK supermarket to encourage shoppers to reduce their food waste. These used social media, an e-newsletter and a print/digital magazine,respectively. Although they all appeared to lead to reductions in food waste to some extent, similar behavioural changes were also seen for customers who had not participated in any of the campaigns. EC Science for Environment PolicyDownloadable Files: Cutting food waste via social media

teen described as 'top of the pyramid' in grindr extortion ring pleads guilty

A teenage boy described as "top of the pyramid" in an extortion ring that targeted gay men on dating apps has pleaded guilty. The boy, 16, was among four males arrested when police dismantled the alleged syndicate accused of threatening to publicly "out" men, who they lured through apps including Grindr, as paedophiles if they didn't hand over mobile phones or cash.
The boy pleaded guilty to two blackmail charges. Photo: Getty ImagesThe teen, who is in custody, pleaded guilty to two counts of blackmail and one charge of possessing a prohibited substance in the ACT Children's Court on Tuesday.His Legal Aid defence lawyer said there was still some dispute over the facts of the offences that would need to be resolved before the boy was sentenced. Police said, during an earlier court appeara

sc dismisses plea to probe role of media

The Supreme Court today dismissed a PIL seeking an SIT probe into the role of media in the AgustaWestland VVIP chopper scam case, saying it is an "attack" on media's independence."We will not direct any investigation against the media unless there is a direct involvement," a bench headed by Justice Dipak Misra said, while rejecting the PIL filed by veteran journalist Hari Jaisingh.It seems there is a disguised attempt to curtail independence and freedom of media, the bench said, adding "this is an attack on media. We will not entertain this.""We cannot curtail the right of the media in this manner. Media has been given an independent status in our democratic polity. Why should we entertain this," said the bench, also comprising Justices A M Khanwilkar and Mohan M Shantanagoudar.The court,

the effects of social media on democracy

Jump to NavigationsharetweetemailsaveEmbedMSNBC Live 02/25/17
Harvard Law Professor and author of “Hashtag Republic: Divided Democracy in the Age of Social Media,” Cass Sunstein discusses how the dependence on social media for information could be damaging to democracy. descriptionLimit">
...moreDuration: {{video.duration.momentjs}}Up next in:
Technology on msnbcChannelsTop Storiesfrom NBC News and MSNBCDNC selects Tom Perez as new chair1 hour 16 min agoNew leaked DHS report discredits Trump travel ban18 hours 40 min agoRecap: Trump's first month in office 5 hours 42 min agoIs the left having a Tea Party moment? 6 hours 24 min agoGOP congressman admits the resistance is workingMaddow: Trump's loose talk is a chore for staffPete Buttigieg drops out race for DNC chair2 hours 41 min ag

the effects of social media on democracy

Jump to NavigationsharetweetemailsaveEmbedMSNBC Live 02/25/17
Harvard Law Professor and author of “Hashtag Republic: Divided Democracy in the Age of Social Media,” Cass Sunstein discusses how the dependence on social media for information could be damaging to democracy. descriptionLimit">
...moreDuration: {{video.duration.momentjs}}Up next in:
Technology on msnbcChannelsTop Storiesfrom NBC News and MSNBCDNC selects Tom Perez as new chair7 hours 16 min agoTrump will be the first president to skip WHCD in 30 years5 hours 36 min agoNew leaked DHS report discredits Trump travel ban1 day 40 min agoRecap: Trump's first month in office 11 hours 42 min agoIs the left having a Tea Party moment? 12 hours 24 min agoGOP congressman admits the resistance is workingMaddow: Trump's loose talk is a

jat agitation: on the warpath again

Taking cognisance of the PIL, and some other petitions filed later on similar grounds, the High Court had stayed the operation of the new law in May last year. The petitioner had said that the Act was contrary to the basic structure of the constitution and was also against a Supreme Court judgment in 2015.Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar. Photo: UNIHe pointed out that the apex court had then held that Jats were not backward. He had also argued that the new law exceeded the reserved quota of 50 percent set by the Supreme Court in the Indira Sawhney case in 1992.Besides, the petitioner pointed out, the additional reservations had been granted on the basis of the Justice KC Gupta report which was also rejected by the Supreme Court in its 2015 judgment. The petitioner’s counsel, Muke

the effects of social media on democracy

Jump to NavigationsharetweetemailsaveEmbedMSNBC Live 02/25/17
Harvard Law Professor and author of “Hashtag Republic: Divided Democracy in the Age of Social Media,” Cass Sunstein discusses how the dependence on social media for information could be damaging to democracy. descriptionLimit">
...moreDuration: {{video.duration.momentjs}}Up next in:
Technology on msnbcChannelsTop Storiesfrom NBC News and MSNBCDNC selects Tom Perez as new chair16 hours 12 min agoTrump will be the first president to skip WHCD in 30 years14 hours 32 min agoNew leaked DHS report discredits Trump travel ban1 day 9 hours agoRecap: Trump's first month in office 20 hours 37 min agoIs the left having a Tea Party moment? 21 hours 19 min agoGOP congressman admits the resistance is workingMaddow: Trump's loose talk i

the effects of social media on democracy

Jump to NavigationsharetweetemailsaveEmbedMSNBC Live 02/25/17
Harvard Law Professor and author of “Hashtag Republic: Divided Democracy in the Age of Social Media,” Cass Sunstein discusses how the dependence on social media for information could be damaging to democracy. descriptionLimit">
...moreDuration: {{video.duration.momentjs}}Up next in:
Technology on msnbcChannelsTop Storiesfrom NBC News and MSNBCDNC selects Tom Perez as new chair4 hours 14 min agoTrump will be the first president to skip WHCD in 30 years2 hours 34 min agoNew leaked DHS report discredits Trump travel ban21 hours 38 min agoRecap: Trump's first month in office 8 hours 40 min agoIs the left having a Tea Party moment? 9 hours 22 min agoGOP congressman admits the resistance is workingMaddow: Trump's loose talk is

Search Tags
trump talks north korea threat in calls with china japan leaders will nintendo switch online be worth it every device modscape added a modern extension with a mezzanine bedroom to a brick house in australia govt to import 2 000 tonnes onion as prices soar to rs 65 kg have americans given up currently selected picture благоустройства the first ford mustang bullitt just raised a huge sum for charity twice s signal earns biggest us sales week yet first heatseekers album chart entry κοτζιάς ο δρόμος για την πγδμ στην εε ανοίγει μόλις υπάρξει νομική επικύρωση της συμφωνίας πολιτικές ειδήσεις hike in coal prices likely to impact secondary steel makers says icra 2g scam verdict court defers cases against a raja kanimozhi to december dying refugee on nauru brought to australia after public outcry a song you can graduate to will nab the culprits siddaramaiah assures rahul bci delegation meeting sc judges facebook stories is rolling out now on android ios will my phone get the android oreo update might have to change navjot singh sidhu s portfolio amarinder singh 15 first things every new android user should do no cut in funds for pure science by karnataka govt minister названы причины затопления островов в океане healthy coral populations this app is the perfect solution for all working parents armed deputy who failed to enter florida school during massacre quits will move a privilege notice against pm renuka on modi s laughter jibe spent battery from melbourne ابتكار علمي لرؤية جسد المريض من الداخل very private art — turecepcja chad knight chad knight will modicare succeed majority on facebook twitter say no bs poll icici videocon whistleblower s new charges against kocchar in letter to pm νδ επιτομή πολιτικού εξευτελισμού η δήλωση καμμένου πολιτική επικαιρότητα street precinct the new intellectuals hold managers accountable for california meal break compliance all amazon prime members can now try clothes before they buy presstv hundreds rally against eu nato in italy συναγερμός στο πότσνταμ από ύποπτο πακέτο κόσμος επικαιρότητα
Facebook Twitter Google Plus Digg Share This

All rights reserved. © Laxaro 2016-2017 Run in 0.066 seconds