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We're working to create better legal situational awareness by tracking and showing the differences in laws from place to place. Empower yourself by knowing what the laws across the nation say on a variety of topics so you don't find out the hard way.
Most of our research can be found on our social media channels and we're building tools to track changes you care about to keep you personally informed of those which affect you in real-time.
Only a handful of states currently have bans on the possession or use of ransomware and none explicitly ban cryptojacking, leaving open the possibility for cyber extortionists and thieves to escape conviction.
At the start of the year, there were 34 states where law enforcement agents could claim they had consent to engage in sexual conduct with those whom they’d arrested. That number has since dropped to 32.
Antifa groups frequently refer to themselves as communist, and Louisiana has laws on the books which classify a number of communist behaviors as felonies, with violators fined not more than ten thousand dollars, imprisoned at hard labor for not more than six years, or both.
Several media outlets are reporting that a bill to create automatic voter registration was signed into law yesterday, August 9th 2018, yet 18 hours later there was still no legislative evidence to support this assertion.
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