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What the Law Says About Deploying Troops on U.S. Soil: QuickTake

President Donald Trump said he would send in the U.S. military to “quickly solve” the problems of looting and rioting but the use of the armed forces within U.S. borders is strictly governed by federal law. There would be serious questions about the legality of such a move.

Advent Says Revenues, Not Virus, Justify Breaking Forescout Deal

Advent International Corp. is arguing in Delaware court that it can walk away from its planned $1.9 billion take-private buyout of Forescout Technologies Inc. over the cybersecurity company’s precipitous revenue decline, whether it was caused by the Covid-19 pandemic or not.

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Section 230: Is Tech's Favorite Law in Trouble?

President Trump issued an executive order aimed at narrowing liability protections for Twitter, Facebook, and other tech giants. Here's everything you need to know about Section 230, the law that provides those protections.

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