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Prince William fires off paparazzi in angry letter for hounding Kate Middleton

The News International 03 Mar 2021
A Biography, an incident in 2005 prompted William to fire off a legal letter against paparazzi harassment. “In October, [Kate] was photographed on a bus while going for a job interview.
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US court to set timetable for Harry Dunn suspect to give evidence in civil case

Belfast Telegraph 03 Mar 2021
Charlotte Charles, mother of Harry Dunn holding a photograph of him aged 14 (Family Handout/PA) ... Charlotte Charles, mother of Harry Dunn holding a photograph of him aged 14 (Family Handout/PA). On Wednesday, the suspect’s legal representatives will submit motions to dismiss certain ...
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How these students are turning mail into the most personal art

Omaha World-Herald 02 Mar 2021
Guided by photographs provided by Border Kindness, a nonprofit that provides migrants with support that ranges from food to legal services, she used graphite, watercolor and acrylic to create portraits of children awaiting asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border ... holding the photograph.
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Manchester Police/Fire

Gloucester Times 01 Mar 2021
MANCHESTER — In news taken from the logs of Manchester's police and fire departments.. Sunday, Feb. 28. 4.44 p.m. ... Saturday, Feb ... Officers informed the resident that the photographer was within his or her legal rights to do so ... .
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Wolf tracked near Yosemite National Park for first time in 100 years

ABC7 01 Mar 2021
BRIDGEPORT, Calif ... RELATED. California's only known wolf pack gets bigger with 8 pups ... "I hope he can find one." ... That wolf, OR-54, eventually headed back north ... "He's another beacon of hope, showing that wolves can return here and flourish as long as they remain legally protected." ... Photographer captures black bear in Yosemite National Park snow. .
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Morning mail: rape claim fallout, sex crimes squad briefs schools, myth-busting unit

The Observer 28 Feb 2021
Legal experts are calling for an independent investigation of the historical rape alleged to have been committed by a federal cabinet minister, citing it as a “very serious” integrity issue ... Photograph ... Benny Tai, a Hong Kong legal scholar, speaks to the press before being charged with subversion. Photograph ... Photograph.
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Taking on the tech giants: the lawyer fighting the power of algorithmic systems

The Observer 28 Feb 2021
It wages legal battles against the increasing use of opaque and discriminatory algorithms in government decision-making; the spread of harmful technologies, such as facial recognition software; and the vast accumulation of power by tech giants ... Photograph ... In her tenure as legal ...
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Beyer's Byways: Vidal should have more to say, but it does have Wyatt Earp

Daily Press Victorville 28 Feb 2021
As I have written in past columns, there are places to which we are destined to travel without ever intending to go there ... And we did. I made a legal U-turn and headed back to that tall, crooked sign. We parked, snapped a few photographs and walked east on the dirt road (known as Old Parker Road, which is not to be confused with New Parker Road) ... .
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Ex-staffer Rachelle Miller to bring workplace lawsuit against ministers Tudge and Cash

The Observer 28 Feb 2021
The suit, to be run by Gordon Legal, relates to Miller’s allegations she was bullied when working as a senior media adviser while she and Tudge engaged in a consensual affair, and during her subsequent employment with Cash ...We can confirm that Gordon Legal are acting ... Photograph.
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Lockdown savings? Put them in an Isa while you can

The Observer 28 Feb 2021
Figures from the Bank of England show that households had accumulated £125bn in excess savings by November 2020. And this week the Bank’s policymaker Gertjan Vlieghe ... Photograph. Alamy ... Photograph. Alamy ... The savings can’t be withdrawn until the child reaches 18, at which point they are legally entitled to do what they like with the cash ... Photograph ... .
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O’Brien exits Irish media after 30 years of mixed fortunes

The Irish Times 25 Feb 2021
The sale of Communicorp to Bauer Media Audio represents Denis O’Brien’s exist from Irish media after 30 years of decidedly mixed fortunes ... It is not clear if O’Brien has actually made any money from the sale ... It all began with 98FM ... Photograph ... Photograph ... The various legal cases connected with INM will probably take years to play out ... Photograph ... .
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The Great British Art Tour: Britten, Pears and a missing arm

The Observer 25 Feb 2021
Although it was an open secret, for much of their lives that relationship was illegal and a plausible deniability had to be maintained at all times ... Double Concerto was commissioned by the two in 1967, very shortly after the Sexual Offences Act made their relationship legal at last ... Photograph. Britten Pears Arts/© the artist's estate ... Britten ... .
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Who Should Own Photos of Slaves?

PetaPixel 24 Feb 2021
Zealy to photograph seven slaves in his photographic studio ... Lawyer Kevin Mattei told the New York Times that Lanier could only claim ownership “by proving that the photographer had given them to the enslaved people who sat for them.” But to many scholars, the Times notes, “legal arguments are not really the point.
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