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Canadian Airline Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over Cheap Tickets It Claims Were A Mistake

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China Announces Mass Prison Pardons To Those Who Fought In World War Two

Chinese inmates who fought during the Second World War will be released from prison as the country prepares to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the war. ...

Study Reveals Harsh Sentences Do Nothing To Stop Illegal Online Drug Marketplaces

Following the shutdown of the Silk Road, an online illicit drug marketplace, the judge responsible for sentencing the site’s founder to life in prison, Kather...

Researchers Grow Frustrated With Lack Of Science Guiding Our Nation's Police Departments

With the recent incidents involving alleged police brutality and unjustified shooting of African-Americans happening across the nation, both law enforcement and...

Pennsylvania Will Sentence People Based On Crimes They Have Yet To Commit

Pennsylvania is on the precipice of becoming one of the first states to base criminal sentences not only on the crimes people have been convicted (at the presen...

Israel Will Now Treat Rock Throwing Children As Terrorists

Palestinian activists and officials are calling a new law passed by the Israeli Parliament that enables courts to jail people caught throwing rocks at moving ve...

Afghan Female Supreme Court Nominee Rejected By Conservative Lawmakers

Afghanistan almost took a giant leap in the area of women’s rights, as Anisa Rasouli was nominated by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to be a member of the Supr...

Australian Police Latest To Want Warrantless Access To Personal Financial Data

In the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW), police are pushing for new powers that circumvent the checks and balances of the legal system, highlighting a ...

U.S. Government Hindering Poland's Investigation Of Illegal CIA Prisons

The U.S. is hindering Poland's investigation into a secret CIA prison there, a Polish prosecutor charged Saturday. Piotr Kosmaty, spokesman for the Appeals Pros...

Court Rules Google Is, In Fact, Subject To Canadian Law

Google has long had a belief that because it is 'From The Internet' regular laws, rules and regulations don't apply to it. This week we reported that in France,...

Two Days After Launch Apple Music Is Under Investigation For Antitrust Violations

Apple's splashy launch of its Apple Music service wasn't just being watched by loyal fans and iPhone users looking for great tunes - attorney generals from arou...

United Arab Emirates Sentences Four Men To Life In Prison For Tweeting

Middle Eastern legal insanity knows no bounds, with mass public executions, chopping of limbs and lengthy jail terms for minor offenses the norm. The area prove...

Six Chinese Nationals Charged With Economic Espionage

In a sign the U.S government is losing patience with Chinese industrial espionage, it charged six Chinese nationals with economic espionage, saying they stole s...

Google Leaves Backdoor In Hangouts For Easy Warantless Wiretapping

Google, a known NSA collaborator, has done its very best to muddy the waters about its cooperation with the unconstitutional spy programs. While on one hand all...