FEMA is warning everyone about a job scam that appears too good to be true. The scammers wrote the agency was looking for 1,000 workers and was willing to pay them $2,000 a week for 90 days.
A child hurt herself falling on a playground in Dublin, Ireland, and this is what Mr. Justice Raymond Groarke of the Circuit Civil Court wrote : She was engaged in a game of chase pure and simple and, while it is most regrettable that she became unbalanced and fell, this was simply an old fashioned accident and I fail to see any liability on the part of the school for that accident. Score one for those of us who understand that there is NO activity, even climbing out of bed, that is always 100% safe.
Last summer, a three-judge Second Circuit panel ruled that the U.S. government could not force Microsoft to turn over email data stored on overseas servers . They rejected the government's warrant, issued pursuant to the Stored Communications Act , finding that the act had no extraterritorial reach.