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14 hrs ago | WCAX-TV Burlington
The groups of young people are part of a national organization known as the Student Global AIDS Campaign .
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18 hrs ago | Center for American Progress
In the post-Edward Snowden world of uncertainty and mistrust surrounding electronic surveillance, one reform stands out both for its sensibility and the broad political support it has engendered: updating the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act, or ECPA.
21 hrs ago | MSNBC
To discuss Mandela's leadership and diplomatic legacy Chuck is joined by fmr. U.S. Amb.
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Among other provisions, the bill would require nonpracticing entity plaintiffs in patent suits to be highly specific about infringement claims in any complaint or demand letters and to put up a bond in any infringement suit intended to cover the other party's legal costs in the event that the defendant prevails.
More than three years after Len Britton lost the election against Sen. Patrick Leahy, he has lost a court case filed by his former campaign manager.
The law that governs our interactions with the Internet was passed in 1986. Yes, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act - ECPA - became law before the Internet was widely used and at a time when most people did not have computers in their homes.
The USA FREEDOM Act, which aims to rein in the National Security Agency , has a growing coalition of bipartisan support that includes Rep. Justin Amash .
CALLED "PATENT TROLLS." THAT NICKNAME GIVEN TO SHELL CORPORATIONS USING PATENTS TO EXTORT MONEY FROM LEGITIMATE BUSINESSES.
The fourth Hanukkah. This is a hard season for Judy Gross, even harder for her husband, Alan, who on Tuesday began his fifth year of captivity in a Cuban prison.
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MyWebGrocer's efforts to battle so-called patent trolls gained momentum Wednesday as Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., visited the online grocery marketing company to discuss anti-troll legislation he's sponsoring with Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah.
Some of Vermont's craft beers are so popular they are being re-sold illegally on the internet, and now the state is cracking down.
Patent trolls are people or companies that buy broad technology patents with the intent of suing other companies for illegally infringing on those patents.
The world's largest library association is warning against the NSA's "ravenous hunger" for information and is urging the passage of legislation to rein in the agency's vast surveillance powers.
Recently, a rural Virginia man, suffering from serious mental illness, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound after stabbing his father sending him to the hospital.
Military leaders have selected Vermont to base 18 F-35s. The Pentagon's decision comes after a lengthy scoping process, which included fiery rhetoric from supporters and opponents.