A Mountie went to the Provincial Court seeking the production order for the American Internet classified advertising service in connection with an investigation where it alleged an accused placed an online ad to attract clients to the accused criminal enterprise.The officer wanted information from Craigslist including the ad user name or physical address, the user e mail address and the Internet service provider address assigned to the user.A judicial justice of the court rejected the application after finding that Craigslist is an American company and the court didn have the jurisdiction to issue a production order for the documents.The officer, who is not identified, was told to resubmit the application if an office for Craigslist could be located in the province or there was legal precedent to support the order. Supreme Court, which upheld the Provincial Court ruling and declined to issue the order. Court of Appeal, which found that production orders are effective against persons in Canada and may require those persons to produce documents located elsewhere.
“Then it was Minnesota turning the ball over five times. Hey, someone caused those turnovers. It kind of drives me crazy.” In watching film of the Colts’ defense, Nicks sees a smaller but quicker unit that can create havoc on an opponent with their schemes and changing formations.
TRUMP: a country (USA) is losing many billions of dollars on trade with virtually every country it does business with, trade wars are good, and easy to win. Example, when we are down $100 billion with a certain country and they get cute, don trade anymore we win big. It easy! a tweet on Friday in support of his announcement that he will impose tariffs of 25 per cent on steel imports and 10 per cent on aluminum imports..
They don’t miss tackles on defense and they don’t drop a lot of balls on offense. When they catch a five yard crossing route, they get extra yards. I think that’s what helps their offense go so well. Nike happens to be pretty notorious for its ambush strategies. Arguably, the brand took best prize for World Cup advertising with its award winning Write the Future campaign, sans FIFA sponsorship, and it became famous for its ambush during the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, which compelled the IOC to rethink its marketing guidelines for the game. Agency Lean Mean Fighting Machine came face to face with Olympics “Brand Enforcers” after enlisting team members Nat and Luke to create something around the games that would help make the shop famous.