• Cortana winning streak continues, predicting Argentina's win over the Netherlands

    • Jul 10, 2014

    Another day, another win for Microsoft's Cortana virtual assistant, who correctly predicted that Argentina would beat the Netherlands in last night's World Cup semi-final.

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  • Latest Developments Are Now Encouraging

    • Mar 20, 2002

    <b> the Jay Cohen Court Case: Latest Developments Are Now Encouraging</b>

    “There’s light at the end of the tunnel, and it may not be a train.”

    That was the optimistic observation from one of Jay Cohen’s legal team after getting the news that the Supreme Court has asked the government to file a response to his petition for Cert. For those not familiar with this issue, Cert refers to Cohen’s petition to the high court for it to hear the case.

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  • Latest Developments Are Not Encouraging

    • Mar 12, 2002

    <b> the Jay Cohen Court Case: Latest Developments Are Not Encouraging</b>
    There are those who think the world will end not with a bang, but with a whimper. Without trying to put too melodramatic of a spin on it, there is a grave possibility that the Jay Cohen court case could end in a similar fashion, aborted prematurely.

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  • Jay Cohen's petition for a writ of certiorari.

    • Feb 28, 2002

    In the Supreme Court of the United States - JAY COHEN, Petitioner, v. UNITED STATES,Respondent.

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  • A Supreme Case for Cohen?

    • Feb 27, 2002

    Jay Cohen, the only person in America to go to trial over criminal charges relating to Internet gambling, has petitioned to bring his case to the Supreme Court.

    Cohen, who filed a petition Feb. 22 for a writ of certiorari with the Supreme Court, is seeking to overturn a judgment rendered July 31 by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. The appeals court upheld Cohen's March 28, 2000, conviction in a New York federal court for one count of conspiracy and seven counts of violating the Interstate Wire Act of 1961.

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  • Man Jailed in 1st U.S. Online Gambling Conviction

    • Aug 10, 2001

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - The first person to be convicted on federal charges of running an illegal offshore Internet sports gambling operation was sentenced to nearly two years in prison.

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  • Internet Gambling Conviction Upheld

    • Aug 1, 2001

    NEW YORK (AP) - A federal appeals court has upheld the conviction of a San Francisco man who operated a sports betting business on the Internet, concluding that the business engaged in illegal gambling.

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