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First Hong Kong protest since 2020 held under tight police restrictions

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The first protest since the introduction of the 2020 National Security Law in Hong Kong was held Sunday in Tseung Kwan O, an eastern area of Hong Kong. The right to public assembly is set out in Hong Kong’s Basic Law , however, such rights have been restricted as a result of the new National Security Law implemented in 2020.

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“Michigan Supreme Court hears 2020 election robocall misinformation case”

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“Michigan Supreme Court hears 2020 election robocall misinformation case”: Anna Liz Nichols of Michigan Advance has this report. The post “Michigan Supreme Court hears 2020 election robocall misinformation case” appeared first on How Appealing. ” You can access the briefs filed in the case via this link.

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Austria experienced unprecedented number of anti-Semitic incidents in 2020: report

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The Jewish Community of Vienna (IKG) recorded the largest-ever number of Austrian anti-Semitic incidents in 2020, detailing more than 580 incidents in its 2020 annual report released Monday. The IKG report partially attributes 2020’s rise to a substantial number of anti-Semitic incidents that referenced coronavirus and Nazism.

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“Man pleads guilty to arson after setting fire to cars at the US Supreme Court in 2020”

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“Man pleads guilty to arson after setting fire to cars at the US Supreme Court in 2020”: Holmes Lybrand of CNN has this report. The post “Man pleads guilty to arson after setting fire to cars at the US Supreme Court in 2020” appeared first on How Appealing.

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Getting Automated: An End-to-End Guide to Law Firm Automation

Today, automation-based solutions are widespread practice — nearly half of firms were using them in 2020. From fears that technology would eliminate human jobs to concerns about keeping client privacy, lawyers were right to ask a few questions before jumping into the deep end. But law firms often don't use automation to its full potential.

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157 US law school deans issue collective statement on 2020 election, Capitol attack

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Law school deans from 157 law schools across the US issued a collective statement on Tuesday addressing the 2020 election and condemning the attack on the US Capitol on January 6. The post 157 US law school deans issue collective statement on 2020 election, Capitol attack appeared first on JURIST - News - Legal News & Commentary.

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2020 Supreme Court decision offers ‘dangerous’ path for stealing election, legal scholars say

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A 2020 U.S. Supreme Court decision on faithless electors appears to allow state legislatures to pursue a “dangerous strategy” for overturning election results, according to…

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Recovering from a Cyber Attack

Speaker: Mike Cramer, Director of HIPAA & Data Security at The Word & Brown Companies

IBM reported that the total damage from data breaches in 2021 was 4.24M USD (up from 3.86M USD in 2020), easily the highest aggregated amount on record. If your organization stores data and is connected to the Internet, it is not a matter of “if” a cyber-security incident will happen, but “when.”