A new South Korean law will bar citizens with a record of domestic violence from marrying immigrants, following recent uproar over a Korean man brutally beating his Vietnamese wife. The country’s Justice Ministry said in a legislative notice published Thursday that the new amendment to South Korea’s Immigration Control Law is expected to take effect in a year. … [Read more...] about New law to ban foreign spouses for abusive S Koreans
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Fully autonomous vehicles. Industry giants are competing for developing the best driverless car. Replacing the human driver with the Artificial Intelligence (AI) will eliminate the risk of accidents. When self-driving cars will replace the driver, radical changes will happen. From changing the laws to changing our lifestyle, the self-driving car is the most significant innovation that can affect the auto market and insurance industry. Driver override systems. The car’s AI will decide when to stop the vehicle. As soon as the sensors detect a possible collision, the car will apply the brakes, no matter how hard the driver tries to accelerate. Augmented reality windshield and dashboard. In the future, windshields and dashboards will be capable of displaying different data about the car and local area. Collision warnings and lane departure alerts will be directly displayed on the windshield. Health monitoring assistance. Future seatbelts and steering wheels will come fitted with … [Read more...] about What New Technologies Will Be Soon Implemented On Cars?
The law will cap consumer loan interest rates at 36 percentage points above the main interest rate set by the Federal Reserve, which is currently around 2%. It would apply to loans between $2,500 and $9,999, and it would also require lenders to offer borrowers a credit education summary. … [Read more...] about New California law will cap consumer loan interest rates
The bill by Sen. Nancy Skinner of Berkeley caps the number of public hearings on new projects, bans local governments from increasing fees on projects once an initial application is submitted and stops urban areas from freezing new construction. … [Read more...] about New California laws aim to speed housing construction
Democratic state Sen. Ben Hueso, who authored the bill, said animals in circuses endure cruel training and near constant environment. The southwest California Legislative Council opposed the bill, saying it would prevent people from experiencing “the thrill of a circus performance featuring beautiful, well cared for animals.” … [Read more...] about New California law bans most animals from circuses