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  • Study Finds One In Four Phishing Emails Gets Past Office 365 Security

    About one percent of all emails are phishing attacks, and, per a recent study, 25 percent of those emails are able to get past a security tool that’s built into Office 365. The Global Phish Report from...

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    Bill Would Give Californians a Private Right of Action

    California AG Xavier Becerra believes the California Consumer Privacy Act doesn’t provide the tools his office needs to protect the privacy of the state’s citizens. In a letter to the legislature he outlined his concerns. He pointed...

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  • Gay Man’s Death Row Appeal Declined By Supreme Court

    Charles Rhines is still on death row in the South Dakota state prison, as he has been for the past 26 years. It’s hard to know when the State will get around to executing him but on...

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  • Money Laundering Charges For College Admissions Scandal Defendants

    It’s almost impossible to commit a white collar crime like the one that has ensnared actresses Lori Loughlin and  Felicity Huffman without conspiring to launder money. Someone forgot to explain that to Loughlin, who reportedly thought she’d...

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  • Judge Flags Celebrity Divorce Firm For Excessive Fees

    A law firm known for representing wealthy clients in divorce proceedings was chastised for excessive fees, in a high-profile case in Chicago. In its representation of Cancer Treatment Centers of America founder and investment banker Richard Stephenson,...

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  • NYPD Detective Withheld Evidence Favorable to Weinstein

    Nicholas DiGaudio, an investigator with the NYPD, has built a career bringing sexual predators to justice and among victims he has a reputation of being an effective and sensitive interrogator, but defense attorneys for Harvey Weinstein claim...

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  • Christopher Darden Wrestles With His Karma

    What did Christopher Darden do in a former life to deserve what he’s getting in this one? It must have had something to do with race. A couple decades back, Darden, who is black, found himself facing...

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  • Nothing Safer Than Downloading A System Update, Right?

    Hackers using a fake authentication certificate got thousands of Asus computer owners to download what appeared to be a software update but was actually malicious code. The breach was discovered by cybersecurity firm Kaspersky, which estimates the...

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  • Fed Pick Was Reprimanded For Failure to Pay Child Support

    In an article written in 2014, Stephen Moore, President Trump’s pick for a seat on the Federal Reserve Board, wrote that “intact families” are important for the economy and criticized “those who cheer divorce as a form...

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  • Top Law Schools For Hollywood Power Lawyers

    It’s probably too late for you, but tell your kids that if they want to forget all that depressing stuff about the climate and instead mingle with the stars and make big deals in Hollywood they should...

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