Teenage boy caught watching pornography exiled to countryside with family

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Daily NK has become aware that North Korea is stepping up punishments and intensifying a crackdown based on the “anti-reactionary thought law” adopted at the end of last year. The law seems to have strengthened the authorities’ control over citizens in the country. 

According to a source in North Pyongan Province, a teenage boy who was caught watching pornography at his home in Sinuiju earlier this month has been exiled to the countryside along with his parents. 

The teenager was watching a pornographic video late at night when his parents were not at home. He was caught during a surprise

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WA Supreme Court hears case about power of presiding judges

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A dispute between two Tacoma judges that involves the authority of a presiding judge is before the Washington State Supreme Court.

Municipal Court Judge David Ladenburg asked the high court for a ruling that would allow him to regain control of a domestic-violence case that he argued Municipal Court Presiding Judge Drew Henke improperly transferred to another courtroom.

The justices heard oral arguments earlier this month.

Attorney Phil Talmadge, who represented Ladenburg, told The News Tribune: “The presiding judges, in my view at least, should not have powers beyond those that are administrative in nature. … They shouldn’t be

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Australian lawmakers push news law after Facebook concessions

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Australian lawmakers advanced a bill that effectively will force Google and Facebook to pay media companies for news content, clearing the last major hurdle for legislation that could set precedents for government policies worldwide.

The bill, which was amended and green-lighted by Australia’s Senate, will return to its House of Representatives, where it is expected to pass as early as this week.

Lawmakers introduced amendments to the so-called Media Bargaining Code after Facebook last week escalated a dispute over the new laws by blocking Australian users from sharing and viewing news content on its popular social media platform.

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Winning Appeal Sets New Standard in Contract Law

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LOS ANGELES, Feb. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Appellants challenging the removal of a trust manager have prevailed in a first-of-its-kind decision that sets new standards in California contract law.

The defendant successfully asked the Second Appellate District to overturn an order from Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Gregory W. Alarcon that allowed plaintiff and co-trustee Harry Roussos to hand select a replacement in favor of the proper fund-appointed director. The dispute was between several entities and trusts that invest in residential real estate.

The decision marks a major victory for RMO LLP – counsel to beneficiaries of the

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Embattled Chesterfield judge loses bid for reappointment, despite certification earlier in week | Crime News

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Norment stepped forward after the State Conference of the NAACP and the Black Ministers’ Conference of Richmond & Vicinity sent a letter to selected legislators on Friday that called for a vote on O’Berry’s certification. The organizations also asked for an immediate independent investigation of the Judiciary Committee’s judicial selection and appointment process, calling out Morrissey specifically.

“She’s done,” Chase said of O’Berry’s work on the bench after her term expires March 31. “Unfortunately I think she’s a good judge. I would love to seen her back on there but no one from the Democratic caucus was willing to put

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