University of Western Australia Law professor Camilla Baasch Andersen has helped businesspeople draft legally binding contracts that take the form of simple comic-strips, arguing that their simplicity not only promotes understanding, but also insulates companies from the risk of courts finding their contracts unenforceable because they were too confusing (an Australian court hasRead More
While some of Mr. Trump’s advisers have derided him as an insignificant campaign volunteer or a “coffee boy,” interviews and new documents show that he stayed influential throughout the campaign. Two months before the election, for instance, he helped arrange a New York meeting between Mr. Trump and President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt. TheRead More
A hacker who appears to have ongoing, continuous access to Australia’s electronic health care records is selling access to any full record for 0.0089 bitcoin, or about USD22.
The records are for sale through a darknet auction site, and the seller promises that they will soon offer bulk access. All that’s neededRead More