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The billions of people who had their sensitive information snatched from their Yahoo accounts between 2013 and 2016 are now eligible for two years of free credit-monitoring services and other potential restitution in a legal settlement valued at $117.5 million for repeated data breaches.
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The movie theater giant will now allow its AMC Stubs members to buy or rent around 2,000 films on its website, and mobile and smart TV apps.
The hearing will seek to address concerns regarding company policies governing rider safety, driver screening policies and pay practices.
In light of a pro-democracy comment made by an esport gamer last week, betters can now wager on if a similar statement will be made at this weekend's The League of Legends World Championship in Berlin.
The ad was intended to troll Facebook for allowing the Trump campaign to run a blatantly false ad about Joe Biden.
Officials said the company broke securities laws.
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Once dominant, Netflix's stock has taken a hit in recent weeks and one insider is seeing more competition as problematic.
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TikTok has more than 1 billion users worldwide.
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PayPal has backed out of the Libra Association. Could other companies follow?
"We recommend charging your Tesla to 100% today to ensure your drive remains uninterrupted," the company told customers Tuesday.
China pressuring Apple to remove a smartphone app that allows Hong Kong protesters to report on police activity.
Aniston worked with Weinstein – the co-founder of production company Miramax – on the 2005 movie “Derailed,” with Clive Owen.
One of the proposals would allow countries to tax digital companies based on sales, rather than physical presence.
The company has been under pressure amid stiff competition in the media industry and the rise of new streaming rivals.