Tag Archives: Department of Justice

Today’s Medley

FTC, Consumers & Online Data — Recently the Federal Trade Commission issued a report that establishes best practices for protecting consumer privacy in the digital era.  One of the key practices is the establishment of a Do Not Track option, … Continue reading

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South Carolina Sues Department of Justice Over Voter ID Law

On Tuesday, February 7th, South Carolina Attorney General, Alan Wilson, sued United States Attorney General, Eric Holder, and the Department of Justice, in the District Court of the District of Columbia, asking the court to allow enforcement of the South Carolina … Continue reading

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SC Attorney General to Appeal Department of Justice Refusal

According to the Sunday Post and Courier, the South Carolina Attorney General’s office is planning to file suit on Tuesday, January 31st, against the U.S.  Department of Justice for its December 23, 2011 refusal to allow the enforcement of South … Continue reading

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South Carolina Legal News: Voter ID & Immigration

Over the recent December holiday break, recent South Carolina laws involving voter identification and immigration reform made the national news.   On December 22nd, federal Judge Richard M. Gergel blocked the enforcement of 3 key provisions of the South Carolina immigration reform law, granting … Continue reading

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