In May 2017, Ajit Pai and the Federal Communications Commission proposed rolling back Net Neutrality regulations. The FCC will vote on the proposed rule changes on December 14, with potentially dire consequences to the digital free market.
Washington state has been resisting the implementing the REAL ID act for a number of reasons since its passage in 2005, but November 2018 will be the final deadline for their compliance. By then, flying out of SeaTac airport will no longer be possible with just a driver’s license.
Human Rights Day is observed every December 10 to commemorate the 1948 adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations. The United States still has some work to do in reaching the goals it helped set after World War II.
Seattle has passed legislation that expands the definition of surveillance equipment to include software programs or hosted software services and requires city departments to conduct community outreach prior to the council’s consideration of the request to purchase surveillance technology.
A new mandate in the Salem-Keizer school district in Oregon has placed a mandatory reporting provision for any employee that learns of, or even suspects, a minor being sexually active. Thanks to the laws on the books, that could mean jail time for one or both of the young lovers.
The J20 case against Inauguration Day protestors in Washington, D.C has important legal repercussions on how our county handles the First Amendment’s application to public protest.
On November 29, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that will decide whether police need a warrant to obtain suspects’ data from cell phone providers.
Veterans treatment courts have sprung up in recent years, providing an alternative to the traditional justice system for war veterans with mental health problems. These special courts offer a second chance to criminal defendants who suffer from the negative consequences of military service, including PTSD, traumatic brain injuries, and substance abuse. But these issues are […]
72 percent of U.S. consumers are aware of Small Business Saturday and 81 percent encourage others to participate in “shopping small.” Find out what your business can do to get the most out of this year’s holiday.
It used to be that the only rip-off you had to worry about from ticket scalpers was paying way more than the face value of the seats you bought. But it’s becoming more common for tech savvy scammers to sell fake tickets – and you could become a victim even if the tickets you bought are real.