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Australia High Court confirms families of church abuse victims may seek compensation

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The High Court of Australia dismissed the Catholic Church’s bid to avoid paying damages to the father of a choirboy allegedly sexually abused by Cardinal Goerge Pell. ” The Archdiocese then appealed the court’s decision to the Victorian Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, which was rejected. .”

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Moscow court orders arrest of Meta spokesperson

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Moscow’s Basmanny District Court ordered Monday for the arrest of Andy Stone, Meta Platforms spokesperson, in absentia for charges relating to terrorism offenses and inciting extremist activities. The court also announced that Stone has also been placed on international and domestic wanted lists.

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Supreme Court hears oral arguments on states’ social media regulation laws

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The US Supreme Court heard oral arguments Monday on whether social media platforms may ban certain content on their platforms without violating the Constitution’s First Amendment. The court seemed to be leaning towards not upholding both states’ laws, focusing on what it may mean for regulating other e-commerce sites.

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New York appeals court finds law granting non-citizens voting rights is unconstitutional

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A New York appeals court ruled that a New York City law granting non-citizens the power to vote was unconstitutional. It was estimated that the law would allow more than 800,000 non-citizens the ability to vote in New York City local elections, prior to the court’s Wednesday ruling. The municipal legislation, Int.

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US Supreme Court and federal appeals court refuse to stay Alabama nitrogen hypoxia execution

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The US Supreme Court and Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit on Wednesday refused Kenneth Smith’s application for a stay of his execution by nitrogen hypoxia. While no recorded dissent or explanation was given by the Supreme Court, the 11th Circuit Court cited the Supreme Court opinion in Glossip v.

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Canada federal court criticizes foreign intelligence service mismanagement of personal information

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The Federal Court of Canada urged the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) to “do better” in fulfilling its duty owed to the court, according to a decision handed down by Chief Justice Crampton in October. The decision was declassified on Tuesday.

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Dangers of Digital "Reporting": Legal Risks and Unreliable Transcripts

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