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Facebook bans ads for bitcoin, ICOs, cryptocurrencies

Court Dismisses FTC, States’ Antitrust Charges Against Facebook

Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) scored a legal victory after a federal court dismissed the antitrust complaints filed against it by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission...

Supreme Ct. agrees with Highschool Cheerleader in 1st Amendment case 

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a highschool cheerleader instead of her local school district. The court ruled her social media...

Georgia Sued By Justice Department Over Election Security Legislation

Earlier this year, the state of Georgia passed election security legislation known as S.B. 202. In this bill, Georgia bars unrequested absentee ballot mail-outs,...

John McAfee, Eccentric Genius Dead in Spanish Prison 

Eccentric software entrepreneur John McAfee was found dead in his prison cell in Spain. Suicide is suspected. According to Reuters, the Catalan justice department...

153 Houston hospital workers fired or resign for anti-vaccine stance

The Houston Chronicle reported that 153 employees of a Houston medical system were fired or resigned because they refused to take the COVID-19 vaccine....

US Father and son plead guilty in Japan for helping Ghosn escape

An American father and son have admitted to a Japanese court their role in helping Carlos Ghosn escape from Japan. And they received $1.3...
Project Veritas Lawsuit moves ahead

Project Veritas Lawsuit against New York Times Allowed to Proceed

The New York State Supreme Court refused to dismiss Project Veritas‘ defamation lawsuit against the New York Times.   Veritas is suing the newspaper over “biased”...
Supreme Court California indoor worship services ban violates religious rights

Supreme Court Rules California Violates Religious Rights for Banning Indoor Worship Services Amid Pandemic

A divided Supreme Court ruled against California in a case challenging the state's ban on in-person, indoor worship services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Under California's...
Bayer settles Roundup lawsuits for over $10 billion

Bayer Inks $2 Billion deal to Resolve Future Roundup Litigations

Bayer AG (OTCMKTS: BAYRY) reached a $2 billion agreement to resolve all future Roundup litigations claiming that its weedkiller product causes cancer. The German multinational...
Amazon cuts web hosting for Parler

Judge Refuses to Order Amazon to Reinstate Web Hosting for Parler

A federal judge rejected a request by Parler for a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) to prevent Amazon Web Services (AWS) from suspending its account...

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FTC sends refunds to victims of credit card debt relief schemes

Victims of certain credit card debt relief schemes will receive refunds, according to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). The federal consumer protection watchdog said it...