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The justices were considering the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, which generally forbids suits against foreign states.
You may want, for example, a doorbell cam, but perhaps you live in an apartment building and the landlord forbids any door-lock replacements.
Its residents—like those of two other major cities—are forbidden from venturing outside.
Notably, Telegram’s very brief terms of service forbid the promotion of violence on public channels but do not mention anything about promoting violence on private channels or groups.
Parler CEO John Matze said in a statement the company forbids incitement to violence and had worked to meet Apple and Google’s requirements for content moderation.
Players are forbidden from taking sanity pills, too, and only starter items are allowed.
Baltimore forbids indoor and outdoor dining as region tightens restrictionsThe order further states that the city will impose a 250-person cap on a wider variety of socially distant activities.
Apple’s new feature at the heart of the issue — App Tracking Transparency — won’t forbid companies like Facebook from collecting targeting data, but will ask them to disclose it and seek user opt-in.
Canada forbids manufacturers from marketing boosters for children under 40 pounds.
The decades-old law was introduced after lawmakers saw the 1983 movie WarGames and decided the US needed an anti-hacking law that forbids anyone from using a computer “without authorization or exceeding authorized access.”

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