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Ok, this isn't quiiite law related, but it's me-related.

Check out this article on America.gov about the Islamic Society of North America's annual convention

Danya Shakfeh, who also attended the convention, said the event provides an opportunity for Muslims to meet. "It is a good platform for Muslims to get to know each other and to network," Shakfeh said.

What a Law Blog Should Be?

I admit, I admit. I've been scouting the competition trying to figure out what a legal blog should be like. I admit that most blogs I've come across are- well, with all due respect- not my cup of tea. Firstly, I want my blog to appeal to everyone: lawyers and non alike. Secondly, I want it to be fun and amusing. It's easy to just ruminate about the law in the news or up and coming legal opinions (or in some cases, just summarize), but that's boring.

So I'm asking my dear audience: everyone. What kind of stuff would you like to read about? Of course it has to be related to law in some form of another, but am looking for some creativity.

Internet as a Fundemental Right?

There has been much talk lately about the internet being a fundamental right. That basically means that the government has to go through much more hoops to take it away from you, even in the case of emergencies. As a fun exercise of contrast: A. Finland has declared the internet as a fundamental right. and B. The United States is trying to pass the Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act, which essentially allows the president to 'turn off' the internet in the face of perceived threat. This is why it has been dubbed the 'internet kill switch.' There is an obvious irony in turning off the internet out of fear for a terrorist cyber attack.