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Fitness App Users Take Another Run At Ad Co. Spying Suit

A suit alleging mobile advertising company Kiip Inc. spied on users of a smartphone running application is taking a second lap, this time in Illinois state court, after a pair of app users on Friday rebooted a proposed class action that was largely thrown out by a federal judge last year…

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Challenge To Trump’s ‘2-For-1’ Reg Order Skirts Dismissal

Public interest groups survived a bid to kill their suit against President Donald Trump over an executive order that said for every new regulation, two have to be repealed, but a Friday ruling by a D.C. federal judge said the groups still haven’t shown they have standing to bring the case…

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Roger Stone Says Gag Order Would Violate 1st Amendment

Roger Stone told a D.C. federal judge on Friday that his First Amendment rights would be violated if the judge imposes a gag order in the case alleging the conservative political operative acted as a middle man between Donald Trump’s election team and WikiLeaks…

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Vale Sued By Investors Over 2nd Brazil Dam Collapse

Brazilian mining company Vale SA lied to investors about safety measures at a mining dam in the South American country that collapsed on Jan. 25, in an incident similar to a 2016 disaster, according to a proposed class action filed Friday in New York federal court…

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Booz Allen Made ‘No Poach’ Pact, Intelligence Worker Says

Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., CACI International Inc. and Mission Essential Personnel LLC illegally agreed not to hire each others’ employees for intelligence contracting work at a U.S. military installation in England, a former employee alleged Thursday in a proposed class action in Ohio federal court…

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Bezos Accuses National Enquirer Co. Of Sextortion Scheme

Jeff Bezos unveiled emails Thursday allegedly sent by an executive and an in-house lawyer for the National Enquirer’s publisher, claiming the messages show “blackmail and extortion” in retaliation for the Amazon founder’s probe of how the tabloid obtained explicit photos and text messages he had sent to a romantic partner…

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