China’s highest court clarifies judicial rules in civil disputes related to face recognition technology | Dentons

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On July 27, 2021, China Supreme People’s Court released the Provisions on Several Issues concerning the Application of Law in the Trial of Civil Cases Relating to the Use of Facial Recognition Technologies to Process Personal Information (the “Judicial Interpretations”), which will be effective on August 1, 2021, and held a press conference on this. With the increasingly popular use of face recognition technology in daily life, privacy concern is becoming an important social issue. Related civil disputes also emerge, for example, a lawsuit brought by a law professor against a zoo for facial recognition in zoo pass.

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California labor contract promises raises for child care providers

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More than 40,000 California family child care providers will see a raise next year thanks to the Child Care Providers United union’s first labor contract with the state.

“We don’t stop here, I can do so much,” said Los Angeles provider and negotiations team member Sylvia Hernandez. “I can give so much to my community and to my providers … I feel very, very powerful.”

After months of negotiations, the union and state reached an agreement in June and members voted overwhelmingly to ratify the contract in July.

“This is about fundamental infrastructure, the human capital that’s as important as

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AG extending contracts of team investigating Cuomo

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ALBANY – State Attorney General Letitia James’ office is extending its contracts with two outside law firms investigating sexual misconduct allegations against Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.

Citing unnamed sources, Spectrum News reported that James’ office is extending the contracts until late December. The agreements had been set to expire on Sept. 7.

Spectrum reported that the contract extensions do not signal a report concerning the allegations against Cuomo will be delayed until December. Instead, the extension may be necessary for the outside investigators to work with the Assembly Judiciary Committee, which is conducting a separate impeachment investigation of Cuomo involving

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Pritzker signs law banning local jails from detaining people facing deportation

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County jails in Illinois will no longer be able to detain people facing deportation under a bill signed into law Monday by Gov. J.B. Pritzker.

“Throughout my governorship, I’ve directed my administration to adopt policies that make Illinois a welcoming state for immigrants,” said Pritzker, speaking in Aurora. “Every family, every child, every human being deserves to feel safe and secure in the place they call home. I am committed to making sure that value defines what it means to live in Illinois.”

Pritzker’s office said Illinois is the second state in the nation to require local officials to end

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Business Contract Attorney Broward County – Contracts Legal Blogs Posted by Roy D. Oppenheim

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Whether you are thinking about starting a business, or your currently own a business, it is critical that you have written agreements or contracts to protect yourself and your business. The type of business that you form also lends itself to different business agreements. For example, you may opt to start a Limited Liability Corporation or a S or C Corporation. The documents needed may include a Management Agreement or Shareholder’s Agreement. The structuring of your business internally necessitates having our

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