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Employee found guilty of charges of submitting a substituted urine sample during the administration of a random drug test

Employee found guilty of charges of submitting a substituted urine sample during the administration of a random drug testOATH Index No. 1880/18A New York City sanitation worker was served with disciplinary charges alleging that he had submitted a "substituted urine … Continue reading

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AT&T's Big Plan for HBO Is to Fill It With More Random Trash Like Netflix

There are many reasons that AT&T’s merger with Time Warner presented the clear possibility of harming consumers. Somewhere on the list is the possibility of turning the carefully curated, profitable, and beloved HBO into a big-data monster like Netflix. To … Continue reading

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NIST’s New Quantum Method Generates Really Random Numbers

“Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have developed a method for generating numbers guaranteed to be random by quantum mechanics. Described in the April 12 issue of (link is external)Nature (link is external), the experimental technique surpasses … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania state court preliminarily enjoins school district from enforcing random student drug testing policy

M.K. v. Delaware Valley Sch. Dist., No. 11-434 (Pa. Ct. Comm. Pl. Jul. 21, 2011), is an interesting case. There, a Pennsylvania lower court issued a preliminary injunction barring Delaware Valley School District (DVSD) from enforcing its random drug testing… … Continue reading

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PA Superior Court Rejects Random Searches of Home as Condition of Probation

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