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Which Countries Offer a Passport Without Applicants Having to Migrate?

A few countries in the world grant individuals full citizenship without the trouble of moving there and all other difficulties associated with it. Under such programs, these countries simply require a financial contribution or real estate investment in exchange of providing individuals and stakeholders a second citizenship in a period of two to six months. For wealthy and affluent businessmen and entrepreneurs who do not have the... ❯❯❯

Dealing With Cyber Crime

Like it's coming from nowhere. You are not at all aware of it. But in a slow and cruel way it crawls through our privacy. Cyber crime is what we call it. Another complicacy from modern technology. Our children are bullied. Sometimes they keep it hide from us. Leads to further complication. Even things sometimes ended up in suicide. Cyber crime, as a devastating and easiest way of crime, has an adverse impact on the individual and... ❯❯❯

The Corruption Of Our Major Political Parties In The US

Why is it that every time we look at Washington DC we see questionable activities borderlining on corruption or outright illegality? Perhaps this is one thing that both sides of the aisle agree on - they seem to agree this is acceptable, it's not. Let's take these recent issues with email scandals. We have the DNC being hacked by a Romanian Hacker and Hillary Clinton's illegal private email server with official State Department... ❯❯❯

12 eCommerce Legal Issues to Consider in Operating an Online Business

The following article provides a high-level summary of some key eCommerce law issues online business operators face in running a website or other eCommerce business. Conducting business online or maintaining a website may subject companies and individuals to unforeseen legal liabilities. The following is a brief survey of 12 key eCommerce law issues to consider: 1. Internet Business & eCommerce A good starting point is analyzing... ❯❯❯

Username Squatting and Online Impersonation: How to Stop and Avoid

Impersonation and username squatting have increasingly become a common problem for companies today. As companies strive to maintain an online presence, they often become vulnerable to unwanted online behavior like impersonation and username squatting. Impersonation generally refers to the improper use of a username on social media platforms with the intent to mislead others into believing that the account belongs to another (e.g.,... ❯❯❯

20 Things You Need To Know About Software Patents

On July 31, 1790, Samuel Hopkins was issued the first patent for a process of making potash, an ingredient used in fertilizer. President George Washington signed the patent. Since that day more than 6 million patents have been issued. I saw some potash/fertilizer the other day I need to tell you about. I don't watch much TV, but I do enjoy the show Shark Tank. For me, it looks like a lot of fun to be on the panel. I have tremendous... ❯❯❯

An Odd Antitrust Suit Over A Legal Monopoly

The idea behind a patent is to give the owner a legalized monopoly to encourage innovation. Patents are limited to 20 years, after which the invention enters the public domain and can be freely copied. Inventors thus have incentive to create new and better stuff, since they will profit off the monopoly long enough to make the effort worthwhile, but not so long they can rely on one invention indefinitely. No industry takes this model... ❯❯❯

Which Patent Application Form Is Best for You?

Provisional and non-provisional applications, administered by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), are two options for people wishing to protect their inventions. The provisional application has a lower price point which makes it the more economically attractive option for a first patent filing in the U.S., while providing parity between U.S. and foreign applicants under the GATT Uruguay Round Agreements. What Does... ❯❯❯

Know the Rules of Timeshare Buying and Selling Before Purchasing It

When you are about to purchase a timeshare property, you need to be extra careful to not make it a decision you might regret later. Before buying a property, you should do some personal research and make a checklist of questions related to timeshare that will help you get deep information on the subject. Although, you will primarily receive information on resort details, costs involved and other exchange systems; you should carefully... ❯❯❯

Real Estate Disclosure Laws

These laws legally force the seller of a home to disclose to the potential buyer any serious defects of the property. The laws were created to help protect the buyer from any defects that were not noticed until they closed on the house and become the owners. Many times it is hard to enforce real estate disclose laws because what is considered serious defects may be open to interpretation. Because of this, the laws are constantly... ❯❯❯