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Aetna Agrees to Pay $17M to Settle Lawsuit over HIV Privacy Breach

Aetna agreed to pay $17 million to settle a class action lawsuit involving a privacy breach of thousands of its customers with HIV. In July...

Bollman Hat Company Ordered to Stop False Claim That Hats Are Made in the...

Bollman Hat Company, headquartered in Pennsylvania, was ordered by federal court to stop making false claims that their hats are made in the USA....

Stratford Career Institute Failed to Meet Basic High School Requirements for High School Program

Recently, the FTC mailed out more than 8,000 refund checks to students who enrolled in Stratford Career Institute’s high school program. According to Stratford...

House GOP Calls For Probe Into “Missing” FBI Text Messages

House Republicans are seething over the FBI's "loss" of an extensive series of text messages between two FBI agents involved in probing Hillary Clinton's...

Kellogg’s Named in Lawsuit Alleging Religious Discrimination

Kellogg Company, founded by Will Keith Kellogg who was a practicing member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, was named as a plaintiff in a...

Cryptocurrency Investors Could Be Targeted by North Korea

If you’re a cryptocurrency investor, you already have the right to be concerned about the market, growing regulations, and watching once trusted providers go...

BREAKING NEWS: Feds File Two Fraud Cases Against Bitcoin Traders

Right behind the death of BitConnect, the major drop in value of Ripple, and the devaluation of cryptocurrency, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission...
South Korea investigating cryptocurrency insider trading

South Korea Investigating Cryptocurrency Insider Trading

The financial regulator in South Korea is investigating its staff involved in cryptocurrency insider trading. Last week, the South Korean government announced that it is...

Federal Lawsuit Filed by More Than 20 States Seeks to Prevent Repeal of Net...

The New York State Attorney General filed a federal lawsuit that names more than 20 states as plaintiffs against the FCC. The lawsuit was...

The Cryptocurrency Con: Cryptocurrency Companies Accused of Scamming Consumers

Bitcoin, the most well-known cryptocurrency, shocked the nation as it lost almost 50% of its value on January 17, 2018. It fell below $10,000....

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The Links Between Social Media and Chronic Addiction

The general public has regularly studied the psychological and scientific reasons behind addictions to social media. However, new reports from Business Insider affirm that...