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  • FTC approves $22.5 million fine in Google privacy case

    The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will levy a $22.5 million fine against Google Inc. to settle allegations that the search giant bypassed privacy settings on Apple Inc.’s Safari browser, according to Reuters.

  • LegalZoom.com faces class action

    The do-it-yourself ethic has spawned a great following in America over the years, but one Midwestern state is now fighting back against the cause for self-empowerment, citing a statute last updated during Franklin Roosevelt’s presidency.

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