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Questions Arise Concerning Suspected Aiken Public Safety Officer Killer's ...
WJBF-TVFebruary 1, 2012

... Monday by 26-year-old Joshua Tremaine Jones, many people are wondering if the behavior of the man accused of shooting and killing Aiken Department of Public Safety Master Corporal Sandra Rogers was the result of a mental condition, or an act.more »

Free Rides For Some Government Workers Costing CTA Millions
CBS LocalFebruary 1, 2012

Today, the list of government workers who get free rides on the CTA is long and costly for the transit agency. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports how thousands of Chicagoans are riding buses and trains for free, costing the CTA $18 million a year.more »

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Administrative Hearings
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Leagle.comFebruary 1, 2012

In this case, we should be called upon to determine whether the Administrative Law Judge and the district court properly evaluated Appellants' claims that the Muscogee County School District ("the school district" or "MCSD") did not comply with certain ...more »

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Judge upholds demotion of one firefighter, firing of another for roles in prank
Macon Telegraph (blog)February 1, 2012

By AMY LEIGH WOMACK - An administrative law judge has upheld discipline imposed on two firefighters in connection with a prank at a Bibb County fire station involving a masked man threatening firefighters.more »

Federal Regulations
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Exclusive sports deals worthless: analysts
Sydney Morning HeraldFebruary 2, 2012

A Federal Court ruling allowing Optus to broadcast sports matches online means multi-million dollar exclusive rights deals are worthless, media analysts say. In a ruling on Wednesday, the Federal Court found Optus did not breach copyright law by ...more »

Regulatory Enforcement
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Post-IPO, Facebook Will Have to Make Privacy Investigations Public
Wired News (blog)February 2, 2012

Facebook won't face any new regulations or government oversight specifically related to privacy, according to the experts who spoke to Ars. But in the cases of inquiries from the Federal Trade Commission or attorneys general, investigations that might ...more »


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