Jun 222018
 

Gurdip Singh reports: ‘Contract specialist’ Sharon Rachael Gursharan Kaur allegedly got $95,000 to sell information used to sway defence bids. Singapore: A 57-year-old Indian-origin Singaporean woman, accused of being involved in the largest bribery case in the history of the US Navy, may face a jail term of more than three years, a media report said […]

Jun 222018
 

Matt Miller reports: A former Coca-Cola employee has failed to convince a federal appeals court to revive his lawsuit against the soft drink colossus over a data breach. Shane Enslin simply has no proof that unauthorized charges to his online accounts stemmed from a Coke tech’s theft of company computers containing Enslin’s personal information, a […]

Jun 222018
 

Sarah Taylor reports: Sam Lavigne, who is reportedly an adjunct professor at New York University as well as a digital designer and developer, released a list of more than 1,500 Immigration and Customs Enforcement employees’ personal information on Wednesday. What are the details? In a since-removed blog post on Medium, “Lavigne wrote, ‘I’ve downloaded and […]

Jun 212018
 

June 20 – The Federal Trade Commission today announced that the agency will hold a series of public hearings on whether broad-based changes in the economy, evolving business practices, new technologies, or international developments might require adjustments to competition and consumer protection enforcement law, enforcement priorities, and policy. The multi-day, multi-part hearings, which will take […]