George Floyd protests: 10K march in San Francisco; Floyd's son visits site of father's death; New York City, Los Angeles continue curfew

Protests over the George Floyd's killing continued Wednesday. Curfews continued in cities including Washington D.C., Los Angeles and New York City.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Drew Brees catches heat from Malcolm Jenkins and other star athletes for 'disrespecting the flag' remark

Drew Brees, the popular New Orleans Saints quarterback, caught heat from the likes of LeBron James and his own teammates, after saying he will "never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag."
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Global report: Mexico and Brazil hit highest daily deaths as Germany spends big on recovery

Mexico’s daily death toll is twice previous high; Angela Merkel launches €130bn stimulus: China to allow some foreign flights to resumeCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageMexico and Brazil have recorded their highest daily death tolls as the coronavirus epidemic shows now sign of abating in Latin America. It comes as Germany announced a massive spending package to reboot its post-lockdown economy.Mexican health authorities reported 1,092 coronavirus deaths on Wednesday – ...
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Ocasio-Cortez endorses challenger of House Dem chairman

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has endorsed the Democratic primary challenger of a veteran House committee chairman whose New York district is adjacent to her own, the progressive freshman's latest challenge to party leaders. Ocasio-Cortez, who in less than two years has shot from obscurity to one of Congress' most recognized names and faces, used a series of tweets late Wednesday to announce she was endorsing Jamaal Bowman, an educator.
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No charges by St. Louis Circuit Attorney have people arrested for looting back on the streets

Arrests made during the looting and rioting in St. Louis City Monday night and into Tuesday morning have resulted in no charges from St. Louis City Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner.
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Heavily armed extremist movement gains traction

• All 4 ex-officers charged in George Floyd case; 3 were taken into custody and are being held on $1 million bail • Opinion: Trump's ludicrous photo-op was no Churchill moment
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Airline restarts flights, cancels them again when passengers can't follow Covid-19 regulations

Just weeks after restarting domestic flights, Indonesian carrier Lion Air has canceled them again, citing issues with passengers not following Covid-19 regulations.
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Why Mattis' verdict on Trump is devastating

The legendary general President Trump picked as his defense secretary flamed the president in a statement Wedndesday, joining a growing number of retired military officers who accuse Trump of dividing the nation, writes Peter Bergen. Mattis' stature in the military and his time spent working with Trump give his comments particular heft.
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Report: NBA planning to start next season on Christmas

The current NBA season – interrupted by coronavirus – could extend as late as Oct. 12.
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Ousted Watchdog Says State Dept. Official Pressured Him to End Inquiry Into Pompeo

Steve A. Linick, the former State Department inspector general, testified that a top agency official tried to “bully” him as he investigated the potential misconduct by the administration.
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California Lawmakers Block Facial Recognition Bill Amid Protests Against Racist Policing

The bill could have expanded business and government use of facial recognition technology.
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Jersey: How A Lasting Power Of Attorney Can Help You During The COVID-19 Crisis - Ogier

The Capacity and Self Determination (Jersey) Law 2016 came into effect on 1 October 2018, giving islanders the opportunity to put lasting powers of attorney in place which, ...
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Cayman Islands: The Cayman Islands Court Of Appeal Relieves The Tension Between Arbitration Clauses And The Just And Equitable Winding Up Jurisdiction - Ogier

In a comprehensive judgment published on 23 April 2020, the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal, comprising Moses JA, Martin JA and Rix JA...
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China's cinemas could face widespread closures

Film audiences have moved online during the virus pandemic with fears they might not return to cinemas.
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Thousand of cinemas in China under threat of closure

Film audiences have moved online during the virus pandemic with fears they might not return to cinemas.
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‘Parasite’ Wins Five Prizes at Korea’s Grand Bell Awards

Bong Joon-ho’s multi-Oscar winning “Parasite” keeps winning. A year after its triumphant Cannes debut, the film took home five trophies at Korea’s Daejong Awards (a.k.a Grand Bell Awards) held in Seoul on Wednesday. Awards included best film; best director for Bong; best supporting actress for Lee Jung-eun; best script for Bong and Han Jin-won; and […]
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Israel: Israeli Ministry Of Transportation Engages In Unlawful Processing Of Biometric Data - Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz

A recent report published by the Israeli State Comptroller reveals suspected violations of Israeli privacy laws committed by the Ministry of Transportation and other official agencies.
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Andrew Bolt’s column mocking Greta Thunberg breached standards, press watchdog finds

News Corp columnist accuses Australian Press Council of sabotaging debate and doubles down by repeating slurs about Thunberg’s autism Andrew Bolt’s mocking column about Greta Thunberg, which referred to the young climate campaigner as “deeply disturbed” and “freakishly influential”, breached standards and was likely to cause substantial distress, offence and prejudice, the press watchdog has found.The Australian Press Council ruled that the language in Bolt’s August 2019 article breached standar...
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United States: Unconsented Processing Of Biometric Data Gives Rise To Compensatory Damages, Says US Federal Appeals Court - Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz

The United States Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit held that collecting and processing biometric information without obtaining the data subject's informed consent constitutes a violation of...
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Netherlands: The Compensation Committee's Guide To COVID-19 - CGLytics

Governance, pay for performance, short- and long-term incentives, equity, and much more.
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William Barr’s Vast, Nameless Army Is Being Brought To Bear On D.C. Protesters

Federal law enforcement officers are operating on U.S. streets without identification.
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Hungary: Hungary Suspends Data Subjects' Rights Under The GDPR Due To The Coronavirus Pandemic - Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz

The Hungarian government has issued a governmental decree suspending the rights of data subjects under the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") until the end of the state of emergency that was...
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China Steps Back in Airline Dispute With the Trump Administration

Beijing will allow limited flights by international carriers to resume after the White House threatened to block Chinese passenger jets from flying to the U.S.
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Watch SpaceX nail the key stages of its latest Starlink launch

The mission's Falcon 9 booster became the first one to achieve five landings
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United States: Formation 101: Choosing An Entity And Jurisdiction - Mintz

In the first installment of Mintz's multipart series addressing common questions relating to forming and financing a new enterprise, Jeremy Glaser and Sebastian ​Lucier discuss...
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Israel: Israeli Coronavirus Exit Strategy: Data Protection Authority Publishes Guidelines For Reopening Of Schools And Businesses - Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz

As Israel hopes to recover from the Coronavirus pandemic, the Israeli privacy regulator published guidelines on the protection of privacy in businesses and schools, as these begin to reopen.
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No More Lynching!

Legislation won’t fix white supremacy. But a government response can ensure that cruelty is punished.
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Opinion: Supreme Court's key choice on police wrongdoing

Even though Derek Chauvin and three other officers are facing criminal charges in the death of George Floyd, it would likely be very difficult for Floyd's family to sue them.
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Supreme Court's key choice on police wrongdoing

Sina Kian writes that the Supreme Court should decide to hear a handful of cases regarding the issue of qualified immunity, which prevents officers from being held liable or even taken to trial for misconduct unless it was already "clearly established" that their actions were unlawful, because it's been nearly impossible to hold officers accountable
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France: Police May Not Use Drones To Enforce Coronavirus-Related Restrictions - Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz

The French Council of State, the nation's Supreme Court for administrative affairs, ruled that French police's use of drones to enforce compliance with the Ministry of Health's instructions on...
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