Posts Tagged ‘law’
Posted in Chris Comins, Christopher Comins, Comins v VanVoorhis, Fifth Amendment, First Amendment, Herman Edwards, Joe Pisarcik, Lawson Lamar, Orange County, Orlando, Philadelphia Eagles, tagged Comins v VanVoorhis, Judges, judicial disqualification, law on July 3, 2010|
CNN reported this morning on how the banks have been increasingly out of control when it comes to these fees. It is one thing to charge people for overspending on their debit cards at a point-of-purchase transaction; but banks had even begun to let customers unknowingly overdraft in their ATM transactions, rather than informing them they had insufficient funds.
Around this time last year I wrote about how debilitating these fines can be when you’re just trying to make ends meet. (Read Customer Dissatisfaction with BBVA Compass Bank). Naturally, a bunch of bankers and other privileged individuals freaked out and bashed the poor in the comments section. I can only imagine the tantrums they’re throwing today. (more…)
Posted in Custom Fab Inc., Facebook, First Amendment, Florida, founding fathers, Global Exchange, Hijacking Catastrophe, Jim Carey, Justin Kurtz, Kalamazoo, law, Orlando, SLAPP, T & J Towing, T & J Towing v. Kurtz, Thomas Jefferson, Washington D.C., Western Michigan University, tagged Big Dog Towing, civic engagement, Comins v VanVoorhis, First Amendment, Justin Kurtz, law, media, SLAPP, strategic lawsuit against public participation, T & J Towing, T&J Towing on June 6, 2010|
Posted in ===Legislation===, Associated Press, Blawg Review, Blawg Review #262, Citizen Media Law Project, defamation, Digital Millennium Copyright Act, EFF, First Amendment, Fourth Amendment, free press, free speech, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, Gizmodo, Kalamazoo, Michigan, Murphy v. Millennium Radio Group LLC, National Enquirer, Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the West, Privacy Protection Act of 1980, T & J Towing, T & J Towing v. Kurtz, Twitter, UN, UNESCO, University of Florida, University of Queensland, Vogel v. Felice, Wired, tagged Blaw Review, blawg, Blawg Review #262, blawgs, Comins v VanVoorhis, DCMA takedowns, First Amendment, free speech, freedom of the press, iPhone, law, legal blogging, Vogel v. Felice, World Press Freedom Day on May 3, 2010|