VW's Cheating Proves We Must Open Up the Internet of Things
One of the biggest ironies of the Volkswagen case is that the Environmental Protection Agency actually fought rules that could have made it easier for independent researchers to catch the company's cheating. The EPA reasoned that making it easier for …
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ShopRite bids on LaGrangeville A&P
A&P, which filed for bankruptcy in July and wants to to sell nearly all of its stores before going out of business, was expected to announce some bids today in advance of the first set of auctions scheduled for Oct. 1 and 2. ​New Jersey-based Wakefern …
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Could the Vatican face racketeering charges for harboring abusive clergy?
Billions of dollars have been paid out to survivors of sexual abuse by clergy, leading some of the largest Catholic dioceses in the United States to declare bankruptcy. Dozens of priests have been criminally …. The court's prosecutor said it didn't …
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