It’s nowhere near its peak, but the coronavirus pandemic has already torpedoed the stock market and robbed millions of Americans of their livelihoods.
The coronavirus pandemic has sowed chaos around the world, and as with any crisis, there are people looking to exploit confusion for profit. Some are hoarding supplies and selling them for ten times their usual value.
Almost 5 million Americans wear dental braces, and you can bet that almost all of them wish they could pay less for them. Enter Smile Direct Club, a company that bills itself as an orthodontic “disruptor,” aiming to make teeth-straightening more accessible and affordable.
Hackers got a hold of the personal information of 10.6 million guests of the MGM Resorts hotels chain last summer, but this week hackers posted the data to a popular hacking forum, according to reports from ZDNet and the BBC.
In a February 2020 email to Google Photos users, Google announced that users’ private videos had accidentally been shared with other user accounts due to a “technical issue.” The email warned that if users had downloaded their data, the data may be incomplete and may contain “videos that are not
What’s more annoying than an air conditioner that doesn’t keep you cool? One day everything is fine, and the next, you wake up covered in sweat because the AC decided to take a nap.
Facebook is yet again accused of failing to protect the sensitive personal information of its users, leaving hundreds of millions potentially vulnerable to scams and phishing schemes.
When you’re a victim of identity theft, it can be a surreal experience. You didn’t buy that, you didn’t borrow that, you didn’t rent that, and you were never in Albuquerque in the first place!
You are not alone. It seems like new cars, trucks, and SUVs are constantly breaking down, way before you would expect them to.
In the aftermath of a data breach, it is very important for anyone whose personal information was publicly exposed to take steps to protect their credit and finances.
An estimated 18,000 people are suing Bayer nationwide, alleging that the weed killer Roundup caused their non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
The end of an era was announced Sept.
Roundup cancer lawsuits are full of legally complex questions, expert opinions, and procedural battles between opposing attorneys.
More than 13,000 people have filed lawsuits against Monsanto/Bayer in the United States, alleging they developed non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma due to the glyphosate-based weed killer Roundup.