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Court Fines Dentsu Just $4,400 in Excessive Overtime Suicide Case

Dentsu Inc., one of the largest global ad agency holding groups, today was fined a mere 500,000 yen (approximately $ 4,400) for violating Japan’s labor laws, violations that purportedly culminated in the suicide of a 24-year-old employee. The Tokyo Summary Court handed down the penalty, which is strikingly small for a company that reported $[…]

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Trump’s tweets have already come back to haunt him in court

Never Tweet: The 2017 American dystopia edition. President Donald Trump’s inability to keep his Twitter fingers in his pockets just helped derail his attempt to enact a ban on travel to the United States from six predominantly Muslim countries. SEE ALSO: Trumpniks have no defense for the James Comey mess, so duh, they’re blaming the[…]

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Court upholds right to take selfies in the voting booth

Voting in New Hampshire this fall? Don’t worry, you can take a selfie and post it to Snapchat.   On Thursday, the U.S. Court of Appeals struck down a would-be ban on taking and sharing selfies and other images in voting booths.   SEE ALSO: A round-up of how to register to vote on social[…]