Legal & Regulatory

Ticketmaster Suffers From Massive Data Breach Amid DOJ Lawsuit

Ticketmaster was hit by a massive data breach while facing a lawsuit filed by the US Justice Department. Is this karma?

Nissan Issues Urgent Warning to Stop Driving Older Vehicles Over Exploding Airbag Risk

Nissan urgently advises owners of approximately 84,000 older vehicles to avoid driving them due to the heightened risk of Takata airbag inflators exploding following a fatal incident and multiple inju..

Samsung Under Investigation After Chip Plant Radiation Left Workers Hospitalized

South Korean authorities are investigating Samsung's Giheung plant after two workers were exposed to radiation, prompting hospitalization and suspension of the suspected equipment...

Trump Media Asks Louisiana to Investigate 'Anomalies' Surrounding the Trading of Its Shares

Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG), the owner of former President Donald Trump's social media platform Truth Social, has called on Louisiana's financial regulator to investigate alleged irregular..

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Scam Warning: This is the Most Common Time People Were Likely to Get Victimized
According to a survey conducted on over 3,000 individuals in the UK who have been targeted by fraud in the last two years, it was discovered that 43 percent of them fell victim to scams during a speci
Chuck Schumer Calls on FTC to Halt Chevron-Hess $53 Billion Merger
Chuck Schumer's call to action is based on his concern that such mergers could grant oil giants excessive influence over gas prices, leading to potential price increases that would impact consumers.
AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile to Pay $10 Million Settlement Over Misleading Claims About ‘Unlimited’ Plans
AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile will pay $10.25 million to settle a lawsuit alleging they lied about their "unlimited" and "free" plans.
RBNZ Expects 2.3% Drop in New Zealand’s Q2 Inflation Rate
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand is expected to report a drop in its second quarter 2024 interest rates, which could be estimated to be at 2.3%.
AU Court Says X No Longer Forced to Delete Videos of Sydney Church Stabbing as Legal Battle over Footage Continues
The Federal Court denied an injunction against platform X (previously known Twitter) for Wakely church stabbing tweets.
Maryland Apple Store Workers Vote to Authorize Strike Over Working Conditions
Nearly two-thirds of workers voting in favor of strike authorization reflects growing concerns among employees about their working conditions.
Hong Kong Cracks Down Fake Crypto Exchange Using Elon Musk Deepfakes to Trick Investors
The public has been cautioned by the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) about Quantum AI, an organization that is suspected of carrying out fraudulent activities involving virtual asset
UK's Former Chancellor Nadhim Zahawi Settles $6 Million Tax Error Payment
Former UK Chancellor Nadhim Zahawi admitted paying nearly £5 million to authorities to resolve tax affairs following an inquiry into a multi-million-pound settlement with HMRC over YouGov shares, main
Social Security Expansion Could Allow Food Stamp Recipients to Automatically Qualify for SSI Benefits
New Social Security Administration regulations aim to boost benefits and redefine assistance criteria, potentially alleviating financial burdens for millions of SSI and SNAP benefits recipients.
California's Landmark Price Transparency Law to Go Into Effect in July — Here's What You Need to Know
The price transparency law of California will take effect on July 1. Here's what you need to know.
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