1. Magna Carta 1215
2. Columbus Letter Announcing His Discovery 1493
3. The Mayflower Compact 1620
4. Pennsylvania Charter of Privileges 1701
5. Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death Patrick Henry, 1775
6. The Declaration of Independence 1776
7. Articles of Confederation 1777
8. Constitution of the United States ratified 1788
9. Bill of Rights and the Later Amendments
I Peter Jefferson of the County of Abemarle being of perfect and sound memory (for which I bless God) Do make and Publish this my Last Will and Testament revoking & annulling all former or other Wills by me heretofore made in manner & form following that is to say Imprima I Give and devise to my Dear & Well beloved Wife Jane Jefferson for and During her Natural Life or Widdowhood
Archeology in the U.S. is rooted in the 1700s when European settlers encountered and were intrigued by ancient mounds and earthwork complexes. Systematic archeological recording and the creation of collections began later in the early and mid-1800s spearheaded by the American Philosophical Society, the American Antiquarian Society, and the Smithsonian Institution. Myths about ancient mound builders in the midwest and southeast also spurred archeological research, particularly as a science. During the 1800s, American archeology was linked closely with cultural anthropology, linguistics, and physical anthropology since Native Americans were seen as examples of what human life had been like in prehistoric times. Near the end of the 1800s, Worlds Fair and museum exhibitions displayed American Indian antiquities, and various investigators published accounts of their archeological discoveries. Unfortunately, the growing popular appeal of American archeology was accompanied by commercial demands for authentic prehistoric antiquities and the looting of artifacts from archeological sites for private use. Scientific investigators visited and reported on the destruction and looting of prominent ruins, such as Pecos in New Mexico. These descriptions were used to argue for federal action to protect archeological sites enacted in 1906.
Digital cash is here today, and many more smart contract mechanisms are being designed. So far the design criteria important for automating contract execution have come from disparate fields like economics and cryptography, with little cross-communication: little awareness of the technology on the one hand, and little awareness of its best business uses other. The idea of smart contracts is to recognize that these efforts are striving after common objectives, which converge on the concept of smart contracts.
This [Act] applies to any electronic record or electronic signature created, generated, sent, communicated, received, or stored on or after the effective date of this Act- “Transaction” means an action or set of actions occurring between two or more persons relating to the conduct of business, commercial, or governmental affairs.
This Agreement shall be open for acceptance, by signature or otherwise, by contracting parties to GATT 1947, and the European Communities, which are eligible to become original Members of the WTO in accordance with Article XI of this Agreement.
‘Agreement’ shall mean this agreement executed between the Parties, along with its schedules, annexures and exhibits, if any, and all instruments supplemental to or amending, modifying or confirming this agreement in accordance with the provisions of this agreement, if any, in each case as they may be supplemented or amended from time to time;
The Supreme Court unanimously allows the Secretary of State’s appeals and dismisses Ms Begum’s cross-appeal. The result is that Ms Begum’s appeal against the LTE decision is dismissed, her application for judicial review of the LTE decision is dismissed, and her application for judicial review of SIAC’s preliminary determination in her appeal against the deprivation decision is dismissed.
Recalling its resolution 2205 (XXI) of 17 December 1966, by which it created the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law, with a mandate to further the progressive harmonization and unification of the law of international trade and in that respect to bear in mind the interests of all peoples, in particular those of developing countries, in the extensive development of international trade,
The blocking of website may be the need of several agencies engaged in different walks of public and administrative lives due to a variety of reasons. Explicit provision for blocking of the website in the Information Technology Act, 2000 is available only in section 67, relating to pornographic content on the website. In addition, section 69 empowers the Controller of Certifying Authorities to intercept any information transmitted through any computer resource in relation only to the following five purposes
Government notifies Information Technology (IntermediaryGuidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules 2021-Social media platforms welcome to do business in India but they need to follow the Constitution and laws of India-Social media platform can certainly be used for asking questions and criticise-Social media platforms have empowered ordinary users but they need accountability against its misuse and abuse-The new Rules empower ordinary users of social media, embodying a mechanism for redressal and timely resolution of their grievance-Rules about digital media and OTT focuses more on in house and self-regulation mechanism whereby a robust grievance redressal mechanism has been provided while upholding journalistic and creative freedom-The proposed framework is progressive, liberal and contemporaneous-It seeks to address peoples’ varied concerns while removing any misapprehension about curbing creativity and freedom of speech and expression