Category: States

Multibillion-dollar insurance corporation sued for data breach

Insurance giant First American Financial faces a multimillion-dollar lawsuit, claiming the company “left more than 885 million sensitive documents dating as far back as 2003 exposed online,” Forbes.com reported on May 28. “Now the company is facing a… Read More

The bleak state of the immigration court system

A recent article by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) outlines the current state of the immigration court system and it is bleak: “In a report released earlier this year, the American Bar Association described the U.S. immigration court system… Read More

Apple Supreme Court ruling opens doors for more legal action against tech giants

The Supreme Court ruled today that consumers could proceed with a large antitrust class action lawsuit against Apple. The New York Times reports that the justices decided “that the plaintiffs should be allowed to try to prove that the technology… Read More

Does a New Breed of Pilot Error … Fighting Automation to the Ground … Need a New Kind of Pilot?

By Sara Corcoran, Courts Monitor Publisher Statistically speaking, traveling by plane is the safest mode of transportation. However, when there’s a system challenge in flight, a pilot’s ability to quickly identify and respond to the issue can often… Read More

HUD brings charges of housing discrimination against Facebook

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has announced a charge against Facebook, alleging the tech giant violated the Fair Housing Act “by encouraging, enabling, and causing housing discrimination through the company’s advertising platform.” In a recent… Read More