In the virtual environment of the Internet, it is easy to find oneself on uncertain footing. As Internet crime becomes increasingly pervasive, more and more well-intentioned people will find themselves accused of crimes they may not even be aware exist. Anyone involved in business on the Web needs to know the limits of the law—even as such laws are constantly shifting.
Welcome back for part 6 of 6 of the discussion of Enhancing Airline Passenger Protections. Last week we talked about the Three Hour Tarmac Rule. The topic for this week is a final summary of the overall impact of this new legislation on the aviation industry.
Welcome back to part 4 of 6 of the discussion of Enhancing Airline Passenger Protections. Last week we talked about the new Full Fare Advertising rule. The topic for this week is the Oversales and Denied Boarding Compensation requirements.
Recently, Juan Cole, a professor at the University of Michigan, claimed that Iran has not launched an “aggressive war in modern history (unlike the US or Israel),” a claim only outmatched in error by Yousaf Butt’s assertion that Iran has adhered to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) for four-decades.