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January 13, 2016

Posted on Law & Public Safety

Bill Would Allow For Warrantless Police Surveillance From Above

The final version of a bill regulating unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV’s) will go to Governor Chris Christie with a provision that will ensure police can use soon the vehicles, sometimes referred to as “drones,” even without a warrant. Under A1039, the bill passed by both houses authorities will only need to have “probable cause” that a… Keep Reading

Posted on Commerce & Labor

Amazon’s Robbinsville “Fulfillment Center” Fined $7,000 by OSHA

Online commerce giant Amazon.com has been fined $7,000 by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for failing to document at least 26 different injuries and illnesses at their facility in Robbinsville. Investigators also found that “employees were exposed to several workplace ergonomic risks, included repeated bending at the waist and exertions and standing during their 10-hour… Keep Reading