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Google says it won’t identify women who reported sexual misconduct on ‘Sh*tty Media Men’ list

Finally, something good. Google says it doesn’t plan to comply with a proposed subpoena that would ask the tech giant to hand over names, email addresses, and IP addresses of women who anonymously contributed to a Google Docs spreadsheet highlighting men in the media industry accused of sexual misconduct and other inappropriate professional behavior.  The...CONTINUE READING
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Facebook already hit with a lawsuit tied to the latest data breach

That didn’t take long. Hours after Facebook revealed that at least 50 million users were “directly affected” by a data breach, two of the social network’s users have come together in a class-action lawsuit.  It started early on Friday. Facebook alerted users that a security issue had been discovered on Tuesday, Sept. 25. A vulnerability...CONTINUE READING
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Former Facebook content moderator sues company for giving her PTSD

The mental toll of moderating unsettling content on the internet is well-noted, and now it’s the subject of a lawsuit against Facebook. Former content manager Selena Scola has lodged a suit against the social media company, claiming “constant and unmitigated exposure to highly toxic and extremely disturbing images” had left her with post-traumatic stress disorder....CONTINUE READING
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Elon Musk said he hoped the cave rescuer would sue him. Now it’s happening.

Elon Musk just got the lawsuit he was looking for. Thai cave rescuer Vernon Unsworth is now officially suing Elon Musk for calling him a pedophile on Twitter. SEE ALSO: Tesla whistleblower alleges ‘narcotics trafficking’ and ‘unauthorized wiretapping’ in SEC complaint The feud between the billionaire Tesla CEO and the cave diving expert kicked off...CONTINUE READING
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Google sued over tracking locations even when ‘Location History’ is off

Last week, a bombshell AP investigation found that Google was still tracking iPhone and Android device users, even if they turned off the “Location History” setting. Now, the first lawsuit has been filed against the search engine giant over this issue, according to documents posted by Ars Technica.  SEE ALSO: Google tracks you even if...CONTINUE READING
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The DNC just served Wikileaks with a lawsuit over Twitter

Wikileaks just got served with a tweet. On Friday, the law firm representing the Democratic National Committee served Wikileaks with a single tweet, linking to a number of legal documents related to its lawsuit against the organization founded by Julian Assange. @wikileaks By Court order, you are being served with the following legal documents: https://t.co/ICg8qWnsUy,...CONTINUE READING
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The call to break up Facebook’s ‘monopoly’ is getting louder

Facebook may have grown to a point where it’s too big for its own good. Or anybody’s, for that matter. The largest U.S. media and communications labor union, Communications Workers of America, is adding fuel to that point of view. It’s just joined the Freedom from Facebook Coalition, which is petitioning the Federal Trade Commission...CONTINUE READING
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Judge tosses out climate suit against big oil, but it’s not the end for these kinds of cases

A federal judge just tossed out a lawsuit brought against the world’s largest oil companies for selling fuels they knew would boost sea levels and disrupt the global climate. This decision, on its surface, is a victory for big oil. But the fight against these huge companies and their roles in causing climate change is...CONTINUE READING
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Supreme Court rules police need a warrant to access a suspects’ cellphone location data

The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 today that police cannot freely access people’s cellphone location data, regardless if they are suspected for a crime. Police have always needed court-approved warrants before searching people’s phones (due to the search and seizure protections under the Fourth Amendment), but they routinely breeched that protocol by accessing data from wireless...CONTINUE READING
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