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Who’s Making The Money When Your Smart TV Watches You Back?

By Kate Cox  February 27, 2015

We’ve heard plenty of times in the past few years that if you have a smart TV — one that’s internet-enabled, for all that app goodness — that it might be watching you just as much as you watch it.  240 more words


Advocates from 91 Countries Call on Governments to Stop Education Profiteers | Peri Global

“Contrary to the right to education, the Education for All goals, and years of civil society campaigning — including that of RESULTS volunteers — to abolish school fees, the practice and acceptance of charging fees for primary school has crept back into the global education landscape. 132 more words

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A Word About Advertising

If you watch corporate television at all these days, you’ll frequently be bombarded by ridiculous, brain-rotting bursts of commercialism. And the advertisements are pretty bad too. 77 more words


Role of Professional Nurse

The role of the professional nurse when implementing a change is to identify that there is a need for a change.  (Rubenfeld & Scheffer, 2014, p. 770 more words

Rosie Moore

The Dawn of Favorable Incorporation Law in Delaware.

On March 10th, 1899 the Delaware General Assembly passed  ”An Act to Raise Revenue For The State By Taxing Certain Corporations”.   Although the legal jargon in this act may not appear initially beneficial to corporations given the phrase “taxing certain corporations”, underlying principles embedded in the act represented a loosening and simplification of the process needed for legal incorporation, which corporations came to see as efficient and reasonable. 118 more words

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The Inside Story Of How Citizens United Has Changed Washington Lawmaking

Paul Blumenthal and Ryan Grim report for The Huffington Post:

‘When Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy cast the deciding vote to gut a century of campaign finance law, he assured the public that the unlimited corporate spending he was ushering in would “not give rise to corruption or the appearance of corruption.” Because those authorized to give and spend unlimited amounts were legally required to remain independent of the politicians themselves, Kennedy reasoned, there was no cause for concern. 130 more words


School Boards Left On The Hook For Wi-Fi Injuries. By Janis Hoffman

School officials could be personally liable for exposing children and staff to microwave radiation in our schools.

School districts, school boards and school medical health officers have been notified that Lloyd’s of London has now excluded any liability coverage for injuries, 564 more words