Monthly Archives: December 2010

FCC Releases Details on Net Neutrality Rules

A breakdown of the new rules. Continue reading

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The Ins and Outs of Employment Background Checks in China

By Xiangjun (Jay) Si 12.27.10 It is common for employers in China to run background checks on job applicants before making an employment offer. Required information may typically include criminal records, educational background, qualifications, and references from previous employers. This … Continue reading

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Just In Time For the Holiday, The Actual Net Neutrality Rules From The FCC

The FCC has issued the rules. You can read them here. The actual substantive rules are quoted below. Substantive Rules   Part 8 of Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations is added as follows:   PART 8 – … Continue reading

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Uncertainty Prevails for U.S. Distributors and Retailers in Wake of Supreme Court’s Costco Decision

Full Court including Kagan is likely to revisit the issue 12.22.10 By Stephen C. Ellis and William L. Weigand Can a U.S. retailer import copyrighted goods it purchased overseas at prices significantly below those in the U.S., and then sell … Continue reading

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FCC Adopts Net Neutrality Rules

By Paul Glist On Dec. 21, 2010, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted net neutrality rules, which largely implement existing Internet traffic and management practices, impose new non-discrimination and transparency rules, but leave room for specialized or managed services and usage … Continue reading

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