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Uber agrees to pay $4.4 million to settle EEOC sexual harassment and retaliation charge

Uber agrees to pay $4.4 million to settle EEOC sexual harassment and retaliation charge

Uber has agreed to pay a $4.4 million fine to settle a 2017 charge from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission pertaining to sex discrimination and retaliation. The investigation found reasonable cause to believe that Uber “permitted a culture of sexual harassment and retaliation against individuals who complained about such harassment,” the EEOC wrote in…
LogMeIn agrees to be acquired by Francisco Partners and Evergreen for $4.3B

LogMeIn agrees to be acquired by Francisco Partners and Evergreen for $4.3B

LogMeIn announced this morning that it has agreed to be sold for $4.3 billion to affiliates of Francisco Partners and Evergreen Coast Capital Corporation, the private equity affiliate of Elliott Management Corporation. The purchase price comes out to $86.05 per share in an all-cash deal. The company had a 52-week high of $96.87 per share…
Redbox agrees to stop selling Disney download codes

Redbox agrees to stop selling Disney download codes

Redbox has agreed to stop reselling Disney movies’ digital download codes, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The agreement settles a lawsuit Disney filed over the practice in December 2017. Redbox maintains agreements with film distribution companies like Warner Brothers, which provide Redbox with discs that Redbox then rents out to customers. However, Disney doesn’t have…
Facebook agrees to pay UK data watchdog’s Cambridge Analytica fine but settles without admitting liability

Facebook agrees to pay UK data watchdog’s Cambridge Analytica fine but settles without admitting...

Facebook has reached a settlement with the UK’s data protection watchdog, the ICO, agreeing to pay in full a £500,000 (~$643k) fine following the latter’s investigating into the Cambridge Analytica data misuse scandal. As part of the arrangement Facebook has agreed to drop its legal appeal against the penalty. But under the terms of the…
Man agrees to pay $25,000 for abusing YouTube’s takedown system

Man agrees to pay $25,000 for abusing YouTube’s takedown system

Busted — Man allegedly tried to extort payments up to $300 with bogus takedown threats. Timothy B. Lee - Oct 15, 2019 10:15 pm UTC A Nebraska man has agreed to pay $25,000 for abusing YouTube's takedown system under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, YouTube said in an emailed statement Tuesday. The man, Christopher Brady,…
NASA agrees to work with SpaceX on orbital refueling technology

NASA agrees to work with SpaceX on orbital refueling technology

Working together — "The civil servants at Marshall and at Glenn are very talented in this area." Eric Berger - Jul 31, 2019 11:55 am UTC Enlarge / NASA concept for an in-space propellant depot.NASAOn Tuesday afternoon, NASA announced 19 new partnerships with 10 US companies to help bring more cutting-edge technologies closer to production…
Equifax agrees to settlement of up to $700 million over 2017 data breach

Equifax agrees to settlement of up to $700 million over 2017 data breach

Equifax has agreed to a settlement over its 2017 data breach that saw as many as 147 million people’s personal information, including names, birth dates, addresses, and social security numbers, exposed by the company. As part of the settlement, the company will pay at least $575 million, but this could rise to as much as…
D-Link agrees to 10 years of security audits to settle FTC case

D-Link agrees to 10 years of security audits to settle FTC case

After years of litigation and countless security issues, D-Link has settled its case with the Federal Trade Commission over poor security practices. Under the terms of the settlement, the company has agreed to implement a comprehensive security program for its routers and webcams, including third-party security audits every two years until 2030. The company is…
D-Link agrees to new security monitoring to settle FTC charges

D-Link agrees to new security monitoring to settle FTC charges

WALK AWAY — Agreement settles charges D-Link left users open to critical and widespread threats. Dan Goodin - Jul 3, 2019 12:50 am UTC Router and webcam maker D-Link has agreed to implement a new security program to settle charges it failed to safeguard its hardware against well-known and preventable hacks and misrepresented its existing…

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AMD Announces Ryzen Pro 4000 for Mobile: 8 Cores, 15 W,...

On the back of AMD’s successful Ryzen Mobile 4000 series launch for consumer laptops, the company today launching its range of commercial processors from the same family. These processors are designed for the standard commercial verticals typically associated with company contracts, education deployments, medical use cases and any environment that requires a level of manageability…

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