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Pension Alimentaire: votre ex masque ses revenus - JAFLand: les affaires familiales. Si votre ex conjoint cherche à cacher ses revenus à la justice, cela est répréhensible pénalement et constitue une tentative d'escroquerie au jugement, ou même une escroquerie au jugement si la décision fixant la pension a été rendue sur base de fausses déclarations de revenus.
Et pour déterminer si votre ex a bien tout déclaré au JAF, il faut savoir que celui qui doit payer la pension a le droit de connaitre les revenus déclarés à l'administration fiscale par son ex, de même que le créancier de la pension alimentaire a le droit de connaitre les revenus déclarés par son ex. Le secret fiscal n'est en effet pas opposable dans ces situations, qui sont expressément prévues par la loi fiscale... Vous pourrez alors agir sur un plan pénal et civil. 1/ Sur le plan pénal, le texte qui fonde l'action est celui concernant l'escroquerie: Car les tribunaux considèrent que le jugement est un titre exécutoire qui emporte obligation ou décharge.
DIVORCE – L'APPEL - Lire-surveillance-des-reseaux-vodafone-balance-tout-le-monde-informatique-57725. Selon Vodafone, la curisiosité des gouvernements ne conait plus de limites sur les réseaux mobiles et haut débit.
Why Women Leave Academia. Young women scientists leave academia in far greater numbers than men for three reasons.
During their time as Ph.D. candidates, large numbers of women conclude that (i) the characteristics of academic careers are unappealing, (ii) the impediments they will encounter are disproportionate, and (iii) the sacrifices they will have to make are great. This is the conclusion of The chemistry Ph.D.: the impact on women's retention, a report for the UK Resource Centre for Women in SET and the Royal Society of Chemistry. In this report, the results of a longitudinal study with Ph.D. students in chemistry in the UK are presented. Men and women show radically different developments regarding their intended future careers. Automated cars and AI: reasons why the tech industry must consider ethics. Imagine that you're in an autonomous car when a lorry jack-knives in front of you on the motorway while a cyclist appears alongside.
The computer inside your car now has to choose between swerving out of the way and killing the cyclist, or remaining where it is and risking your life. What would it do? That would depend on the software's algorithms initially decided upon by a computer engineer, which throws into doubt the concept of the neutrality of the tech industry. With AI and automation on the horizon, are ethics and philosophy are about to become as important to computer engineers as noughts and ones? Does the self-driving dilemma above have a correct answer? Council of Europe Prepares to Review Convention 108. Regulators To Facebook And WhatsApp: 'We're Watching You' Information held in electronic databases not property which can be possessed, rules UK court. The Court of Appeal rejected arguments to the contrary and refused to interpret existing laws in a manner which would, it admitted, "have the beneficial effect of extending the protection of property rights in a way that would take account of recent technological developments".
The judges said that whilst it is possible to exert control over electronic information it is not possible to gain possession of it. The distinction was drawn in a case concerning a dispute between a publisher and an IT supplier. Magazine publisher Datateam Business Media Limited (DBM) agreed a contract with Your Response Limited (YR) to outsource the management of its database of subscribers. YR was given access to the database so as to perform its management duties. Lessig, Liberation Music, and the issue of “fair use”
The issue of “fair use” in relation to copyright in sound recordings came sharply into focus recently when Australian music label Liberation Music found itself as the defendant in a law suit filed in the US District Court in Massachusetts by a Harvard Law Professor, Lawrence Lessig.
Lessig is suing Liberation on the basis of provisions in US copyright legislation that seek to prevent copyright owners from making threats to alleged copyright infringers without proper basis. Lessig’s suit is actually a further step in what has been an interesting example of the use of copyright protection measures used in relation to You Tube material. U.S. Expresses Concern Over Google Antitrust Debate in Europe - WSJ. Six degrés de séparation. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.
Visualisation artistique du principe des six degrés de séparation. Mediation - Introduction (Official City of Bellevue Website) What is Mediation?
Mediation is a voluntary process in which people in dispute meet with a neutral third party (a "mediator") who guides them through a structured and confidential negotiation. The goals of mediation include: clarifying the needs and desires of each party; establishing common understanding of important information; and reaching an informed and mutually agreeable solution. European Data Protection Supervisor Smacks ICANN Over Privacy Issues With 2013 RAA - Domain Industry & Internet News. ICANN has been sent a letter by the European Data Protection Supervisor calling them out with respect to both data collection, retention and privacy within the context of the 2013 Registrar contract (RAA).
The letter is the first instance of one, to my knowledge, which makes reference to the ECJ’s recent ruling that rendered the data retention directive null and void. While the letter is very polite, as they always are, they make it very clear that they consider the RAA’s default requirements to be in breach of EU law. Afpfr : [INFOGRAPHIE] Les principales... Lennar : A house is made of brick and...
Google, once disdainful of lobbying, now a master of Washington influence. Google's Eric Schmidt is no stranger to D.C. He has spent lots of time at the White House and on Capitol Hill lobbying on behalf of his titan technology company. But his relationship with Washington and the Obama administration has not always been a comfortable one. Tom Hamburger Matea Gold E-mail the writers In May 2012, the law school at George Mason University hosted a forum billed as a “vibrant discussion” about Internet search competition.
Dropbox pressed to ditch Condoleezza Rice board appointment. Dropbox founders responded to an Internet revolt that swelled this week after the tech company asked Condoleezza Rice to serve on its board. CEO Drew Houston issued a sort-of apology Friday and said inviting the former secretary of state to serve on the company’s board would not impact its fight for transparency and government surveillance reform. Connexion - Identification. Independent : The UK 'is violating a basic... Sûreté nucléaire en France : des incidents « persistants » Heartbleed and Your Online World. Heartbleed is a Sucking Chest Wound in the NSA's Reputation. Behind the Machine's Back: How Social Media Users Avoid Getting Turned Into Big Data - Alexis C. Madrigal.
To prevent being tracked by algorithms, we've begun thinking like algorithms. Renee Magritte via Wikimedia Commons/The Atlantic Social media companies constantly collect data on their users because that's how they provide customized experiences and target their advertisements. All Twitter and Facebook users know this, and there is a broad array of feelings about how good or bad the persistent tracking of their social relationships is. How to Detect Criminal Gangs Using Mobile Phone Data.
The study of social networks is providing dramatic insights into the nature of our society and how we are connected to one another. So it’s no surprise that law enforcement agencies want to get in on the act. Criminal networks are just as social as friendship or business networks. So the same techniques that can tease apart the links between our friends and colleagues should also work for thieves, drug dealers, and organized crime in general. Governance Lab Fellow. Everything is a Remix.
Copy-me: A Webseries About Copying. Copy-me is an infographic-style animated webseries that deals with our modern attitude to copying. It assembles the most relevant information and makes it accessible to everyone. It will span eight short-and-sweet episodes that talk about copyright, public domain, originality, artists and how they can make money, digital copies and lot more! Everything will be concise, short, informative, and accessible to everyone. It will appeal both to copyright literates, as well as to those with no previous knowledge on these topics. Our biggest goal is to raise awareness and highlight our concerns regarding the copyright realities of today. Urges Appeals Court to Reconsider Dangerous Copyright Ruling. San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is urging a federal appeals court to reconsider its decision to order Google to take down the controversial "Innocence of Muslims" video while a copyright lawsuit—based on a claim that the Copyright Office itself has rejected—is pending.
As EFF explains, the decision sets a dangerous precedent that could have disastrous consequences for free speech.