Month: September 2021

What’s next for the NCA?

By Football Italian staff”I am very happy.I have been with the club for three years.I hope to return as soon as possible.It is difficult to speak of an ideal time for the club.We have to be realistic and see what the future holds.There is no time to panic.”There’s no...

How the Internet has changed the way we shop

By the time the world’s largest online retailer, eBay, launched its online shopping service in the United States in 2008, it was already the second-largest online retailer in the world.That year, it surpassed Amazon.com to become the world leader in online sales.By the summer of 2011, it had become...

How to get a justice system justice

The Indian Supreme Court (SC) has asked the government to set up a panel of experts to review the “unacceptable” practice of making children witness “unlawful” confessions by parents in custody cases.The apex court, which has repeatedly been accused of not following the law, said a panel could help...

#MeToo has changed the way we think about sexual assault and harassment

A new study finds that a new wave of social media users have become more aware of sexual harassment in the workplace, and that women are more willing to share their stories and expose their own experiences.The findings suggest that #MeSo, a hashtag launched on Facebook in 2016 that...

How to find the perfect courtroom for a cyber-criminal?

Posted by John Baird on Friday, October 19, 2018 06:00:02As a former chief justice of the Supreme Court, I am not averse to the occasional cyber-crime, and in fact, I often find myself using the internet for legal work.But I am also mindful of the cyber-slavery and degradation of...

Crypto-Token ICOs are about to be a thing

Just two months ago, Bitcoin’s price had reached a record high, and the technology’s market cap had more than doubled.Today, the cryptocurrency is worth nearly $5.7 billion.However, many believe that cryptocurrencies are on the verge of becoming the most valuable asset in the world.For now, there is no consensus...

Why the Justice Backpacks Are So Damn Bad for Everyone

In February 2016, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit rejected a challenge to the legality of a government-approved backpack for U.N. peacekeepers deployed in South Sudan.The case was the latest example of how the U,S.military has been relying on a patchwork of U.Ns to protect U.K....

Mera Justice League premieres at WonderCon 2018

Mera, the newest member of the Justice League of America, has landed her first solo appearance in the Justice Store locations at Wondercon.The retailer posted a photo of the upcoming series, featuring Mera and her new partner Wonder Woman, who will appear in her first live action appearance in...