Category Archives: Law | Policy | Justice

Japan Revises Space Policy for the First Time in Five Years

Japan launches new unit to step up defence in outer space

The Japanese government held a meeting of its Strategic Headquarters for Space Development on Monday, where they outlined the country’s 10-year basic space policy. Revised for the first time in five years, Japan changed its space policy with the hope of sending the country’s astronauts to the Moon as part of a US lunar probe.

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California City Bans Predictive Policing

California City Bans Predictive Policing

A California city on Tuesday effectively banned the use of predictive policing tools in a move thought to be the first such measure in the U.S. and that comes amid calls for greater regulation of policing technology. The city council in Santa Cruz voted unanimously to bar police use of the software, which can use artificial intelligence to analyze crime patterns and project where cops should patrol.

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A New Site Covering Politics and Policy, Colorado Newsline, Staffs Up for July Launch

A new site covering politics and policy, Colorado Newsline, staffs up for July launch

Under the dome at the Colorado State Capitol. (Photo by Erica Meltzer, Chalkbeat Colorado) With a slogan “Start with the truth” and a four-person journalist team, a new nonprofit newsroom called Colorado Newsline plans to begin covering politics and policy at the start of July.

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Trump Administration Asks Supreme Court to Invalidate Entirety of Obamacare Law

Trump administration asks Supreme Court to invalidate entirety of Obamacare law

See the original article here: Trump administration asks Supreme Court to invalidate entirety of Obamacare law In a dramatic election-year request, the Trump administration Thursday night asked the Supreme Court to strike down the entirety of the Obamacare law, saying it wrongly limits consumer choices, raises Americans costs and violates the Constitution. In a closely-watched filing, the Justice Department told

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Telecoms Face Major Global Resistance To 5G Rollout

See the original article here: Telecoms Face Major Global Resistance To 5G Rollout They thought that if they called their new, alleged “communications technology”, adapted from the military Active Denial Technology, “5G” or fifth generation, the public would just assume that it was more of the same as 4G, 3G or 2G. And if they could characterise the rollout as a race,

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Pentagon Should Release UFO Report, Senate Intelligence Committee Argues

Pentagon should release UFO report, Senate intelligence committee argues

Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) (L) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), vice chair and chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, are pictured speaking to the press in 2018. The Pentagon should release a public report on UFOs, argues the U.S. Senate intelligence committee . In addition to requiring a public report, the committee plans to impose new rules on how the Department of Defense (DOD) shares information about UFOs.

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About the New Quantum Paradigm & The News

More and more news will be delivered via drastically non-traditional channels. At the time of this update (mid-year 2020), consider the features of the new 6G telecommunication parameters cited in this article: Holographic type communications Tactile internet for remote operations Intelligent operation network Network and computing convergence Space-terrestrial integrated network These new communication paradigms hint at — or already approach

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