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Melnick, supra note 14, at 39 (noting that "OCR's 2001 abandonment of the standard tort/liability regulatory approach made it easier for the agency to move from the individual malfeasor to the inequality/subordination understanding of the underlying problem"--the understanding that undergirds OCR's post-2011 enforcement campaign).
Terrorism -- the very act that helps to ratchet up fear levels and justifies extra-constitutional illegalities committed by states has virtually made every citizen a malfeasor in the eyes of security agencies.
too does the chance that a malfeasor can reverse engineer a dataset that
One need only look at the revolution in bankruptcy law to appreciate the insulation a corporate malfeasor might enjoy.
malfeisour (OED) 14th century variant of malfeasor, an evildoer, in 1379 quote at router
Punishment of the malfeasor involved publishing the offending author's name, refusing to accept any future paper submitted by this author, requesting the leading citations and abstracting indexes to delete references and citations to the offending article, informing other leading journals in economics of the outcome, and advising senior administrators in the offending author's employing institutions of the circumstances.
32) This type of suit for damages is separate from the tort action that the injured spouse has against the malfeasor.
involvement with or specific knowledge regarding the primary malfeasor.
Note, however, that the likelihood is that the users themselves, rather than a Bitcoin entity, are the malfeasors.
In the case alluded to above, certain private investigators were engaged and these investigators were talented enough to be able to seat one of their operatives (a stunning, former Mossad operative with a "photographic" memory) on a transoceanic flight in the seat next to one of the malfeasors - a self-professed lady's man (although married).
Some spyware captures every keystroke, in order to secretly send the information to con artists or other malfeasors.