AdvocateWeb - The Team worked to build this thriving online support community on the topic of building localsupport communities. attorney Panel Coordinator Cindy Boling cindy.boling http://www.advocateweb.org/hope/theteam.asp
Extractions: Go to ... Search What's New? Featured Items Home Tell Me More I Need Help! About AW Donations Endorsements Information Articles Books Organizations Advocate Groups Mental Health Spiritual Help Family/Friends Conferences Research The Coffee House Quotes Humor Speak Out! Email Lists Forum Chat Guest Book AW Community Login BASTA! CEASE HOPE TELL TERN Home The Team Kevin has over two decades of experience in software industry and has been involved in the development of the Internet since its inception. He has many years experience working with nonprofit organizations and community service groups. His love of people and passion for serving the community combined with his broad experience in Internet technologies has led him to be an "evangelist" in promoting the use of the Internet in building online communities and in advancing community service initiatives through the use of new technologies.
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Extractions: What does the CPS do? News Jobs + Recruitment Where is the CPS? ... News 14th May 2002 CPS EXCEEDS MINORITY ETHNIC STAFF TARGETS FOR 2005 Targets for minority ethnic staff have been achieved three years early, statistics published today by the CPS reveal. The figures were welcomed by the Attorney General, Lord Goldsmith QC, at the launch of the Services new Race Equality Scheme. Under the Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000, all public bodies have a duty to promote race equality and to tackle institutional racism. The CPS is one of the first government departments to publish its three-year plan, which explains how the organisation will tackle race equality in the CPS. The Attorney General, Lord Goldsmith QC said: The Governments commitment to tackling social exclusion and poverty are closely tied in with achieving fairness across the board in all the working practices of the criminal justice system. The CPS has a major part to play in ensuring our communities are safer, and that the diverse elements in our society feel equally protected by the law. That is why it makes sound business sense for the CPS to incorporate concerns about race equality into the very core of its strategic planning. The CPS has made major strides in promoting fairness and diversity at every level of the organisation. It sets the standard across government. This scheme further opens the CPS to scrutiny and enables the public to test its commitment to race equality in measurable ways. I look forward to the further progress it will bring.
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Extractions: MN AGO Home Charities Office Classroom ... Utilities Online Auctions Online auctions provide access to products and services sold from businesses and individuals all over the globe. As a result, consumers need to use caution with online auctions as they don't know who might be behind the products or services purchased. Online auctions are generally online trading communities for individuals and businesses to buy and sell products and services in hundreds of categories. At the auction website, consumers can often search by product type, name, description, etc. The website then produces a list of items identified in the search. The bidding status of any particular item can be displayed and consumers can watch the bidding process of items and make bids themselves. If they bid the highest, they get the item. When a bid is won, a consumer must choose how to pay for the item. The seller may be an individual or a business unknown to the buyer. This may lead to the lack of physical information, such as addresses and phone numbers of businesses and individuals. Warranties, returns and refunds may be useless or nonexistent. Consumers may not know if the product they are buying is authentic. If the item is from a private individual, it may be impossible to discover this until after an item is purchased. Consumers purchasing goods or services through an online auction should take precautions. Before you think of making a purchase through an online auction, consider the following tips.
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Extractions: Spamming and Spoofing Background Notes Spam arguably stands on more tenuous legal footing than its more conventional cousins, direct mail and telemarketing. There are two primary reasons for this. The first is that spam imposes transactional costs directly on the recipient. Direct mail and telemarketing calls might fill your snail mailbox or spoil a quiet dinner at home, but it is the sender or caller who pays the postage or the phone bill to get its message to you. Spam, on the other hand, arrives at your e-mail in box postage due, or as a collect call, because you, the recipient, pay to download the piece of spam or incur an additional online charge as a result. While direct mailers and telemarketers communicate their message only through quasi-public means, the postal system and telephone lines, spammers rely, in part, on the equipment and services of private actors - ISPs, online communities, and networks - to deliver the spam. Understanding that many Netizens object to spam, spammers employ a variety of methods to disguise their spam. One common method involves constructing the e-mail message so that it appears to the recipient to come from a someone other than the actual sender. Known as spoofing, this method allows the spammer to hide his own identity and avoid dealing with the inevitable angry replies which are routed to the innocent third party or a nonexistent address. Another common identification avoidance method is to alter or remove part of the return path information. This method is referred to by some as cloaking and by others as merely another version of spoofing.
Extractions: Dear Attorney General Ashcroft: We are writing to express our grave concern about a proposed change in a decades-old Department of Justice (DOJ) policy precluding state and local law enforcement officers from becoming entangled in enforcing the civil provisions of the immigration laws. We understand that a number of police departments and associations have expressed opposition or strong reservations about the proposed change. We urge you to take this opportunity to rethink this proposal and to consider other ways your Department can achieve its anti-terrorism and other law enforcement goals without changing the current legal authority of state and local law enforcement agencies. According to a 1996 Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) memorandum, while state and local police may lawfully assist the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) in certain respects, "[s]tate and local police lack recognized legal authority to stop and detain an alien solely on suspicion of civil deportability, as opposed to a criminal violation of the immigration laws or other laws." We believe this analysis is sound, and that any change would be vulnerable to legal challenge. Involving state and local law enforcement in immigration status issues will have a severe impact on the civil rights and civil liberties of immigrant communities. Such a policy will increase racial profiling and other unjustified stops, not only of undocumented workers, but also of legal residents and United States citizens who "look foreign." As you are aware, many of these problems have plagued earlier efforts of state and local law enforcement officers to become involved in civil immigration enforcement. For example, an effort in 1997 in Chandler, Arizona on the part of local police to enforce immigration laws resulted in widespread civil rights abuses, including unjustified arrests of legal residents and citizens of Mexican descent, severely strained police and community relations, and lead to substantial liability on the part of the municipality.
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Extractions: Annex Technologies, Inc. is a privately held Corporation, incorporated in the state of California. We are located at 15315 Magnolia Boulevard, Suite 203, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403. Corporate Officers Gregory Gooden Chief Executive Officer Gregory is Founder and CEO for Annex Technologies. He was also a co-founder of Ecobuilder and has founded a number of other Internet ventures. Greggory also serves as the User Interface and Design specialist for Centergate Research Group , an "internet venture thinktank". His experience goes back to 1987 where he set up his first BBS (bulletin board system). Over the years he has served as a consultant for the Microsoft Network and for a number of Fortune 100 companies in the Internet / Electronic Communications realm. Randall Salter Chief Operating Officer Chung Y. Chow Chief Development Officer Chung has founded and operates a number of successful web community properties. Alan Schwartz Chief Financial Officer Steve de Mena Chief Technology Officer Besides his work at Annex, Steve has worked as an IT Server Manager at a large multi-national food company for many years, and before that spent a number of years as a computer consultant / programmer.
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Extractions: An interactive, web-based program that helps high school students become literate, savvy consumers.Consumer Jungle provides engaging and relevant consumer education curricula covering a variety of topics such as credit cards, transportation, living on your own, personal finances, telecommunications, and e-commerce fraud. Developed with input from teachers, students, and parents, Consumer Jungle delivers interactive games, activities, and relevant information directly to the home or classroom. Consumer Jungle is a new web-based program that helps turn high school students into savvy consumers without putting them to sleep. There's a camp for everyone. Students will discover a treasure trove of games, and teachers will find free classroom materials. There's even something for parents - a section filled with tips on how to help the young adults in their lives find their way safely through the real world. It's just a click away. Find your camp, and start exploring! The Arkansas Crime Victims Reparations Program and Sexual Assault Reimbursement Program allow innocent victims of violent crime to seek help with expenses related to their victimization.
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Extractions: Md. settles lawsuit over racial profiling (WASHINGTON, April 3, 2003) Maryland approved an agreement yesterday that is expected to influence state police conduct in routine traffic stops, providing safeguards against discrimination, and that brings to a close the longest-running racial profiling lawsuit in the nation. In unanimously approving a $325,000 consent decree, the three-member Board of Public Works ended an at-times bitter 10-year dispute that pitted the state against the American Civil Liberties Union, the NAACP and 14 African American motorists who say they were stopped by state troopers strictly because of the color of their skin.
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Extractions: by Jason A. Lefkowitz ( firstname.lastname@example.org If you asked the average citizen to tell you where important things were happening in American politics today, odds are that not many would point to Guilford County, North Carolina Far from the halls of power in Washington and the big-city machines of New York and Chicago, and even farther from the bustling country-within-a-country that is California, Guilford County up to now has been known more for its furniture industry than for any claim to political innovation. In the last few weeks, however, something unusual has been happening in sleepy Guilford County; something that may point to a fundamental change in the way Americans as participants in online communities choose their representatives. Like most fundamental changes, this one is starting slowly, building momentum as it goes, striving to reach
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Extractions: David Hurley The following member was absent: Steve LaBour Chairman Smith called the meeting to order at 6:04 p.m. Ms. Williams led in the pledge of allegiance to the flag. The Deputy Clerk called the roll and noted a quorum was present. PUBLIC COMMENT Mr. Kenneth Hoyt, 4610 Westford Circle, Village West Homeowners Association, Hillsborough County Conference of Communities, referred to material he would present at the next meeting regarding County government and how to bring home rule to citizens. Ms. Denise Layne, Hillsborough County Conference of Communities, submitted a list of top priority revisions for CRB consideration. ROB TURNER, PROPERTY APPRAISER
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Extractions: The victims of the hackers and hardware distributors are satellite programming providers such as DirecTV and DISH Network, companies that lose millions of dollars every year from satellite signal piracy. Additionally, members of the Motion Picture Association of America lose millions of dollars every year in unpaid royalties when satellite programming is stolen. In an illustration of the scope of the problem, one defendant already has pleaded guilty and admitted that he was responsible for losses of nearly $15 million. Another nine defendants have agreed to plead guilty to charges based on conduct that also caused significant losses. Six of the remaining defendants have been named in four indictments that were returned by a federal grand jury in Los Angeles last month and unsealed this morning. One additional defendant has been charged in a criminal complaint.