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CANADA HİGH COURT DETERMİNES SEXUALLY EXPLİCİT MESSAGES SENT TO CHİLDREN ARE UNPROCTECTED

CANADA HİGH COURT DETERMİNES SEXUALLY EXPLİCİT MESSAGES SENT TO CHİLDREN ARE UNPROCTECTED

25.06.2019 | Brianna Bell | 1111

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled Thursday that sexually explicit electronic communications sent to minors are not private and can be used in police investigations.

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Texas Governor signs bill to protect patients from surprise medical bills

Texas Governor signs bill to protect patients from surprise medical bills

19.06.2019 | Orin France | 930

Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed bipartisan legislation on Friday that protects patients from paying for surprise out-of-network medical bills.

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Brazil Supreme Court criminalizes homophobia and transphobia

Brazil Supreme Court criminalizes homophobia and transphobia

19.06.2019 | Carrie Thompson | 994

Brazil’s Supreme Federal Tribunal voted on Thursday to criminalize homophobia and transphobia.

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UK commits to ending greenhouse gas emissions by 2050

UK commits to ending greenhouse gas emissions by 2050

19.06.2019 | Thomas DeLorenzo | 1114

British Prime Minister Teresa May issued a statement Wednesday committing to passing legislation aimed at reducing the UK’s climate change emissions to net zero by 2050.

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Federal appellate court rules against Trump administration’s policy of denying abortion to undocumented minors

Federal appellate court rules against Trump administration’s policy of denying abortion to undocumented minors

19.06.2019 | Xi Lucy Shi | 939

The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled on Friday that the Trump administration must stop denying abortion care to undocumented minors in federal custody.

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Hong Kong demonstrators protest against proposed extradition bill

Hong Kong demonstrators protest against proposed extradition bill

25.06.2019 | Austin Koltonowski | 1002

Yüz binlerce gösterici, bireylerin Hong Kong’tan anakara Çin’e iade edilebilecekleri hukuki bir mekanizma oluşturacak yeni bir iade faturasını protesto etmek için Pazar günü Hong Kong sokaklarını sıraladılar .

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Hong Kong court rules same-sex couple entitled to spousal benefits

Hong Kong court rules same-sex couple entitled to spousal benefits

11.06.2019 | Orin France | 989

The Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal on Thursday unanimously granted a same sex-couple the same right to employment and tax benefits that an opposite-sex married couple has under Hong Kong law.

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Freedom House report warns free press is under attack

Freedom House report warns free press is under attack

11.06.2019 | Tim Zubizarreta | 1629

A new report from Freedom House warns that the right to freedom of the press may be under attack in a number of democratic countries.

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Supreme Court expands scope of burglary intent

Supreme Court expands scope of burglary intent

11.06.2019 | Tim Zubizarreta | 1305

In an opinion by Justice Kavanaugh, the US Supreme Court affirmed the ruling below in Quarles v. United States that intent formed at any time during a burglary is sufficient.

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ACLU sues Missouri Secretary of State over abortion legislation

ACLU sues Missouri Secretary of State over abortion legislation

11.06.2019 | Carrie Thompson | 1168

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a lawsuit in Missouri state court against Secretary of State John Ashcroft on Thursday after Ashcroft rejected the ACLU’s petition to allow the people of Missouri to approve or veto the state’s recently passed abortion legislation in a public referendum.

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