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Freelance Report: The Only Winners are the Lawyers

08 MAR 3302

Controversial chef Oliver Gordon experienced a different kind of heat today, as he was served with a writ demanding he change the name of his restaurant 'PanGalactic'.

Lawyers for the Pan Galactic Mining Corp told members of the press that: "Our clients want to make clear that this restaurant and its head chef have no connection whatsoever to their corporation. As such, they have served notice regarding the name 'PanGalactic', and will pursue the case vigorously."

Legal experts are intrigued by the case as it could set a precedent for galaxy-wide intellectual property rights. Professor Janus of the Federal Bar Council ventured that: "It would be an interesting case, if it were heard, although it does highlight the need for more closely aligned intellectual property law."

It seems Oliver Gordon's no-holds-barred approach to cuisine may have thrown him from the frying pan into the fire.

Commander Matzov

Galactic News: Weekly Security Digest

08 MAR 3302

In this weekly report, the latest GalNet data is assembled to present ten minor factions experiencing civil unrest or lockdown in their systems.

Here are 10 of the 622 minor factions in lockdown:

Labour of Ross 151

Kamchairra Allied Services

Independent CK Arietis Green Party

LP 302-22 Jet Electronics Comp

Strigenses Netcoms Solutions

Synteini Industries

Tailtsur Blue General Comms

HIP 96943 Public Industry

Labour of 70 Ophiuchi

Gwiones Travel Exchange

Lockdowns increase the security rating for a system but also have a negative effect on the system's wealth. Increased bounty hunting activity can shorten the lockdown period.

Here are 10 of the 624 minor factions experiencing civil unrest:

47 Ursae Majoris Dynasty

LP 387-31 allied

Liberals of LP 102-320

League of LHS 529 First

Liberty Party of Lodhary

Arevakimos Hand Gang

Bureau of Unktock Front

Union of Malina Confederacy

Stein 2051 Services

Nationals of 10 Theta Piscium

Civil unrest is caused by illegal activity within the system as well completing contracts from more nefarious sources. The wealth rating and standard of living will suffer when a system contains civil unrest. Combat missions and activities can be utilised to end civil unrest.

Data is correct at time of publishing.