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Offshore E-commerce Jurisdictions

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The last five years have seen the development of Second-level ISP’s. They are actually a type of anonymous internet access providers which is distinct from other anonymous browsing solutions ( proxy lists , Tor , JAP). A Second-level ISP provides secure and anonymous internet access using two main technologies: SSH tunneling and Virtual Private Networks (VPN) . The best ones offer both, often for the same price. Secure internet communications of this type used to be reserved to corporations, especially before year 2000 . Second level ISP’s are designed for use by individuals, which have an increasing demand for secure internet ...
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Mark Russell Bell is writing "Hollyweird," a book exploring the unexplained and pop culture to offer an account of life lessons in the Hollywood dream factory and beyond. Bell is the author of "Testament," a case study presented via Q&A interview transcripts, journals and photographs. Bell writes in the prologue of his new book, "Although I didn't know it then, working as a movie studio publicity writer while in my spare time researching and writing about the paranormal would provide me with a unique perspective upon finding myself experiencing a bizarre sequence of events beyond anything I'd ... market research, surveys and trends
Internet and e-commerce industry in the Isle of Man | Ecommerce ...
This wonderful and unique ancient island has been inhabited since before 6500 BC. The Isle of Man, known simply as Mann, represents a self-governing British Crown Dependency, located in the Irish Sea between the islands of Great Britain and Ireland, with Queen Elizabeth II, holding the title of Lord of Mann, as the head of state is. The Island of Man is not a part of the European Union, but has a limited relationship concerning the free movement of goods. The key sectors of the economy of the island, populated slightly over 80,000, are offshore banking, manufacturing, and tourism. It’s important to note, the Island of Man ... market research, surveys and trends


E-Commerce eludes the tax man: The click-and-mortar artificial ...
E-COMMERCE FIRMS POSE VEXING new challenges to "old economy" regulators. Virtual merchants' extreme mobility, remoteness from customers and ability to deliver some goods digitally rather than physically, have helped them stay far beyond the reach of most tax and customs authorities. But the obstacles to taxing and regulating e-commerce are more political than technical. Information technology firms and tax-averse conservatives have lobbied hard to keep government hands off of what they claim is an "infant industry" in need of nurturing. U.S. officials, eager to curry favor with the hi-tech ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Ireland E-Commerce
The Irish government is strongly encouraging the development of e-commerce. In July 2000 the government passed an e-commerce bill, signed with a digital signature, which sets out a formal legal framework for conducting business electronically. Considerably less legalistic and more business-friendly than the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Reitmans (Canada) Limited Press Announcement
Same store sales increased by 1.7%. Operating earnings before depreciation and amortization (EBITDA(1)) for the period increased 47.5% to $37,560,000 as compared with $25,460,000 last year. The Company's gross margin increased from 63.7% to 68.2% in the first quarter of fiscal 2011 primarily due to the strengthening of the Canadian dollar vis-à-vis the US dollar and sales growth generated from new and existing stores. The average rate for a US dollar in the first quarter of fiscal 2011 was $1.03 Canadian as compared to $1.24 Canadian in the first quarter of fiscal 2010. Net earnings increased 111.1% to $16,471,000 or $0.24 market trends, news research and surveys resources
BP Becomes Lawmakers' Pinata With Oil-Spill Hearings
June 8 (Bloomberg) -- BP Plc’s failure to stop the oil leaking from its well in the Gulf of Mexico is yielding a gusher of inquiries by U.S. lawmakers. Thirty congressional hearings have been held or scheduled so far. BP America President Lamar McKay has testified before the Senate four times and the House three times. Twelve panels claim jurisdiction over parts of the spill and the cleanup. BP is a perfect target for politicians with Congress’s approval ratings low and lawmakers fearing an anti-incumbent wave in the November elections, said Michael W. Robinson a former Mobil Corp. communications executive. Oil ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Data Protection - TheBrief
Jun 30, 2004 ... different in other offshore jurisdictions. Bermuda. Bermuda has not implemented any ... and E-commerce service providers who carry on ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Electronic Commerce: Legal Issues
The Electronic Commerce Working Group (ECWG) of the Department of Justice consists of lawyers from throughout the Department who are in regular contact to discuss legal issues related to electronic commerce.  The ECWG provides a convenient vehicle for Justice Department attorneys to disseminate information quickly regarding electronic commerce developments. The ECWG has studied complex and novel legal issues, and helps to coordinate Justice Department positions on emerging legal issues.  For example, the ECWG has a sub-group that meets regularly to study legal issues related ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Jurisdiction and Zoning - Internet Law Program
At its core, jurisdiction is about the boundaries of a sovereign's exercise of its power. What are reasonable constraints on its reach, such that faraway or otherwise unconnected people and institutions can be called to account by the sovereign? Closely related are concepts of choice of law - exactly which sovereign's law to apply to a situation that spans multiple jurisdictions - and venue, which determines the physical location in which the parties are best served to settle their dispute. The global nature of the internet - both its global reach and its perceived "boundaryless" architecture - presents a ...
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Google Answers: Working with foreign independent contractors
The question concerns the strategy of Offshore Outsourcing, the contracting of services that had previously been performed within the US, either within the company itself or by another company located in the US, to a service provider located in a foreign country. Offshore outsourcing is attractive to many businesses in that it can lower the cost of the service, thereby increasing the profit margin. Legal issues of offshore outsourcing for services mainly involve contractual terms of performance, liability, worker's rights, applicable foreign taxes, etc. Tax issues in the U.S. are the same as for onshore, but there ...