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Amazon Prime: Get Your Money’s Worth From Prime Shipping, Movies & TV, Music, Books and More

by Steve Weber

Here’s a concise guide that simply explains how to get the most bang from your Prime bucks.
Way back in 2005, I received an email from announcing a new program called “Prime.” It was a simple proposition: If I paid $79 a year for the annual membership, I’d get free two-day shipping on most of my orders. Plus, I could upgrade to overnight shipping at a huge discount–just a few dollars per
I’m plenty thrifty, but Amazon didn’t need to twist my arm before I coughed up my $79 fee for a Prime membership. It was a no-brainer. I
order something from Amazon at least once or twice a week–books, groceries, electronic gadgets (the list has grown every year). So I didn’t need to scribble the numbers on the back of an envelope to see that my annual Prime membership would pay for itself within a few months. Easily!
In the decade since then, Amazon has increased the Prime membership
fee just $20. Meanwhile, the company has stacked up more and more benefits to Prime, much beyond the special shipping deals that attracted me at the start:
— Free on-demand streaming of movies and TV shows.
The service, called Amazon Instant Video, is similar to Netflix’s online video service. And while Amazon’s video store doesn’t yet match Netflix’s selection, Amazon is gaining rapidly.
— Free monthly rentals of popular Kindle ebooks, thanks to the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library. Anyone with a Kindle device and a Prime
membership qualifies for the freebies, up to one book per month, with no due date.
— Free streaming music, a service like the popular Pandora or Spotify Internet music services.
Free same-day delivery for certain orders.
Whether you’re like me–someone for whom Amazon Prime is a must-have–or a more infrequent Amazon customer–this book will explain how to get the most bang out of your Prime bucks.

Human Rights in Business: Removal of Barriers to Access to Justice in the European Union

The capacity to abuse, or in general affect the enjoyment of human, labour and environmental rights has risen with the increased social and economic power that multinational companies wield in the global economy. At the same time, it appears that it is difficult to regulate the activities of multinational companies in such a way that they conform to international human, labour and environmental rights standards. This has partially to do with the organization of companies into groups of separate legal persons, incorporated in different states, as well as with the complexity of the corporate supply chain. Absent a business and human rights treaty, a more coherent legal and policy approach is required.

Faced with the challenge of how to effectively access the right to remedy in the European Union for human rights abuses committed by EU companies in non-EU states, a diverse research consortium of academic and legal institutions was formed. The consortium, coordinated by the Globernance Institute for Democratic Governance, became the recipient of a 2013 Civil Justice Action Grant from the European Commission Directorate General for Justice. A mandate was thus issued for research, training and dissemination so as to bring visibility to the challenge posed and moreover, to provide some solutions for the removal of barriers to judicial and non-judicial remedy for victims of business-related human rights abuses in non-EU states. The project commenced in September 2014 and over the course of two years the consortium conducted research along four specific lines in parallel with various training sessions across EU Member States.

The research conducted focused primarily on judicial remedies, both jurisdictional barriers and applicable law barriers; non-judicial remedies, both to company-based grievance. The results of this research endeavour make up the content of this report whose aim is to provide a scholarly foundation for policy proposals by identifying specific challenges relevant to access to justice in the European Union and to provide recommendations on how to remove legal and practical barriers so as to provide access to remedy for victims of business-related human rights abuses in non-EU states.

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by Ethan Lee

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