SAN FRANCISCO — The Federal Trade Commission sued AT&T Mobility on Tuesday, claiming the company misled smartphone customers who have unlimited data plans. AT&T reduced speeds for some customers with unlimited data plans, in some instances by almost 90 percent, according to the FTC.
Companies like Uber and Lyft face another gray area after the death of a young girl earlier this year.
Oct. 3 –Yahoo! Inc. is violating California privacy and federal electronic communications laws by scanning nonusers’ e-mails in order to target advertisements, a complaint filed Oct. 2 in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California alleged (Kevranian v. Yahoo! Inc., N.D. Cal., No. 5:13-cv-04547-HRL, complaint filed 10/2/13).
This segment originally aired on the August 18th, 2013 episode of Ring of Fire on Free Speech TV. Innovation is what helps drive the US economy and keep American businesses competitive both at home, and on the global market. So what happens when patents for new products are snatched up by the patent trolls? Ring of Fire guest host Farron Cousins speaks with attorney Ara Jabagchourian to help answer that question.
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Two tenants who say they lost most of their possessions in a fire that heavily damaged a Redwood City apartment complex sued the building’s owner
Over the course of more than a decade, 800 people were swindled out of their savings by a Central Valley-based company, HL Leasing, Inc. The victims of the scheme were lured to invest monies earmarked for their retirement by promises of safety, security and a modest rate of return. The investors were fleeced of more than $93 million in a sophisticated Ponzi scheme.