Things are going from bad to worse for hotel chain Marriott. After the 383 million account breach, class action lawsuits have been filed.
In 2014, Neiman Marcus had a data breach of 370,000 payment cards. Now, the luxury retailer will pay $1.5 million in a settlement.
Facebook once again is in the news over a lawsuit filed against it for the Cambridge Analyica scandal.
It’s been a well-documented problem that US carriers are throttling competing services. Now US senate Democrats want answers from four major carriers.
The US Supreme Court has ruled that laws protecting net neutrality are legal. Unfortunately, those are the laws that were already scrapped.
Consumers hoping California will protect their interests will have to wait a little longer. They agreed to wait for lawsuit resolutions.
As the litigation war intensifies between ISPs, states, and the Trump administration, American’s are increasingly relying on VPN services for protection.
Big US ISPs are continuing their litigation tour of America. Their next target to stop network neutrality is Vermont.
It was a data breach that affected 78.8 million people in 2015. Now, Anthem is settling with the US government for $16 million.
If you have $42,200 burning a hole in your pocket, you too can buy the voter registration information of 35 million American’s on a hacking forum.