Cyberbullying

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By: Best Education Degrees

Jeffrey Lapin‘s insight:

Very informative and scary infographic and statistics about Cyberbullying (by Best Education Degrees)

 

Cyberbullying is defined as the “willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices.”

 

It is time to understand that technology is connecting teens in ways they can’t escape.

 

"Stay informed and protect your children because sometimes words hurt more than sticks and stones."

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The ABC’s Of Safe Winter Weather Driving

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By: Jeffrey Lapin The forecast for eastern Nebraska, including Lincoln, calls for snow and winter weather. So far, Lincoln has been spared any snow or ice on the roadway.

Jeffrey Lapin‘s insight:

With snow and ice in the forecast for much of Nebraska, Lapin Law Offices reminds drivers of "The ABC’s of Safe Winter Driving"

 

Lapin Law Offices has two other winter driving posts:

 

Drivers Prepare: Winter Weather Is Arriving Soon: http://lapinlawoffices.com/lapin-law-offices-blog/drivers-prepare-winter-weather-is-arriving-soon

 

Drivers Take Care: Winter Weather Is Almost Here: http://lapinlawoffices.com/lapin-law-offices-blog/drivers-take-care-winter-weather-is-almost-here

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The Gettysburg Address – 150 Years Ago Today

Today, November 19, 2013, marks the 150 anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln’s infamous Gettysburg Address.
The speech was given at the official dedication ceremony for the National Cemetery of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania.

The exacting wording of the speech is unknown. There are at least five recognized manuscripts of the Gettysburg Address. The most famous, and the only one that bear President Lincoln’s signature, is the “Bliss version,” named after Colonel Alexander Bliss, to whom a signed copy was given.

Learn more:
History: The Gettysburg Address
Google Cultural Institute: Gettysburg Address



By: Jeffrey Lapin of Lapin Law Offices



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Distracted Driver Hits Manure Trailer | Lapin Law Offices’ Blogger Blog

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Jeffrey Lapin‘s insight:

Texting driver crashes into manure trailer.

 

Lesson: SH*T HAPPENS WHEN YOU DRIVE DISTRACTED

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Distracted Driver Hits Manure Trailer

A Wisconsin man driving a rental car crashed into a tractor pulling a trailer full of liquid manure. He was allegedly just finishing talking and texting on his phone when the crash occurred.


LESSON: SH*T HAPPENS WHEN YOU DRIVE DISTRACTED


SH*T HAPPENS WHEN YOU DRIVE DISTRACTED



Article source: KCCI News: Texting driver in rental car hits manure trailer

Lapin Law Offices cautions everyone to not drive distracted.


By: Jeffrey Lapin of Lapin Law Offices



via Blogger http://lapinlawoffices.blogspot.com/2013/11/distracted-driver-hits-manure-trailer.html

Distracted Driver Hits Manure Truck

A Wisconsin man driving a rental car crashed into a tractor pulling a trailer full of liquid manure.


LESSON: SH*T HAPPENS WHEN YOU DRIVE DISTRACTED


SH*T HAPPENS WHEN YOU DRIVE DISTRACTED



Article source: KCCI News: Texting driver in rental car hits manure trailer

Lapin Law Offices cautions everyone to not drive distracted.


By: Jeffrey Lapin of Lapin Law Offices



via Blogger http://lapinlawoffices.blogspot.com/2013/11/distracted-driver-hits-manure-truck.html

Judge rules that peer-to-peer file-sharing data isn’t private

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A federal judge in Vermont has ruled that there should be no expectation of privacy for data shared across peer-to-peer file-sharing services. In a case centered around the detection of child…

Jeffrey Lapin‘s insight:

A federal judge in Vermont has ruled that there should is no expectation of privacy for data shared across peer-to-peer file-sharing services. The case involved automated detection of child pornography, which three defendants claimed has been illegally obtained in a P2P. Source: Tom Warren / The Verge

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