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Judge Backs Parents, Saying Their 30-Year-Old Son Must Move Out

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“Attention geeks living in their parents’ basements!” writes PolygamousRanchKid , sharing this tale from NPR: The promise of journey did not do it. Neither did the trap of independence, or the burden of his 30 years. Instead, it took a judge to pry Michael Rotondo from his parents’ home. The …

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Tesla Agrees To Settle Class Action Over Autopilot Billed As ‘Safer’

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An nameless reader quotes a record from Reuters: Tesla on Thursday reached an agreement to settle a class action lawsuit with consumers of its Model S and Model X vehicles who alleged that the corporate’s assisted-driving Autopilot device was once “essentially unusable and demonstrably dangerous.” The lawsuit mentioned Tesla misrepresented …

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Samsung Must Pay Apple $539 Million For Infringing iPhone Design Patents, Jury Finds

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Samsung must pay Apple $539 million for infringing five patents with Android telephones it offered in 2010 and 2011, a jury has present in a prison combat that dates again seven years. “The unanimous choice, within the U.S. District Court in San Jose within the center of Silicon Valley, is …

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ACLU Sues ICE For License Plate Reader Contracts, Records

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An nameless reader quotes a record from SFGate: The American Civil Liberties Union on Wednesday sued U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for records about the agency’s use of license plate reader technology, after ICE it appears failed to show over data following more than one requests. In December, ICE bought …

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Yelp Files New EU Complaint Against Google Over Search Dominance

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Yelp has filed a grievance with the EU’s antitrust watchdog towards Google, arguing that the search company has abused its dominance in local search and pressuring Brussels to release new fees towards the tech large, Financial Times reported Tuesday. From the file: European antitrust government fined Google $2.8B in June …

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Uber Drops Arbitration Requirement For Sexual Assault Victims

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Previously, Uber required court cases to be resolved in obligatory arbitration — out of courtroom and in the back of closed doorways. Today, the corporate announced it’s “converting its insurance policies to permit shoppers, workers and drivers who’re sexually confused or assaulted to take their complaints to court and to …

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Illinois To Sue EPA For Exempting Foxconn Plant From Pollution Controls

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Last week, Reuters reported that “Illinois’ Attorney General mentioned she plans to sue the EPA for allowing a proposed Foxconn plant in neighboring Wisconsin to perform with out stringent air pollution controls.” From the file: On Tuesday, the EPA recognized 51 spaces in 22 states that don’t meet federal air …

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BitGrail cryptocurrency exchange returns, immediately shuts down

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The Nano-BitGrail incident has taken any other twist, bringing extra readability to affected Nano holders. BitGrail got here again to lifestyles on 2 May, however simplest very in brief before a three judge panel in Florence, Italy, ordered it to close again. “The order is to have immediate effect, with …

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California Leads States In Suing the EPA For Attacking Vehicle Emissions Standards

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California, along side seventeen different states, announced a lawsuit towards the Environmental Protection Agency nowadays over its recent rollback of Obama-era automobile emissions and gasoline economic system requirements. The states argue that the EPA “acted arbitrarily and capriciously” in overturning the previous administration’s decision. The Verge reviews: The requirements in …

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Chile’s courts side with cryptocurrency exchanges over banks

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Chile’s crypto exchanges sued the banks over unexpected account closures, and it sort of feels to be going their means. Chile’s conventional and crypto monetary instutitions had been clashing, with the banks abruptly closing the country’s cryptocurrency exchange’s accounts on 14 April. It turns out to had been a coordinated …

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