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Legal | Drupal.org

Thu, 03/10/2016 - 16:13 -- rprice

Displays your Terms & Conditions to users who want to register, and requires that they accept the T&C before their registration is accepted.

If T&Cs are changed users with an existing account will be asked to accept the new version, and will not be able to log in until they have.

Terms & Conditions can be displayed as styled text, or in a scroll box.

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Legal | Drupal.org

Thu, 03/10/2016 - 16:13 -- rprice

Displays your Terms & Conditions to users who want to register, and requires that they accept the T&C before their registration is accepted.

If T&Cs are changed users with an existing account will be asked to accept the new version, and will not be able to log in until they have.

Terms & Conditions can be displayed as styled text, or in a scroll box.

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Legal | Drupal.org

Thu, 03/10/2016 - 16:13 -- rprice

Displays your Terms & Conditions to users who want to register, and requires that they accept the T&C before their registration is accepted.

If T&Cs are changed users with an existing account will be asked to accept the new version, and will not be able to log in until they have.

Terms & Conditions can be displayed as styled text, or in a scroll box.

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Iowa City to ban red-light cameras, drones, and license plate readers too | Ars Technica

Mon, 06/10/2013 - 16:34 -- rprice

On Tuesday evening, Iowa City is scheduled to hold the first reading (PDF) of what is likely the first municipal bill anywhere in the country to simultaneously ban the local use of drones, license plate readers, and red-light cameras—three tools increasingly used by law enforcement and often fraught with privacy-related controversy. The ordinance is the result of a local petition brought forward by a citizen group (and represented by the American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa) that originally began as a referendum on red light cameras.

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Feds urge court to reject laptop encryption appeal

Mon, 02/27/2012 - 10:20 -- rprice

Ruling that the woman’s Fifth Amendment rights against compelled self-incrimination would not be breached, US District Judge Robert Blackburn ordered the woman in January to decrypt the laptop by the end of February. The judge refused to stay his decision to allow Fricosu time to appeal.

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