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In the news…
Former-teen-star-turned-business-owner Melissa Joan Hart sued for racial profiling.
Violations of NCAA rule against illegal payments for prospects’ unofficial visits a growing concern.
In response to numerous recent hacking attacks, Department of Homeland Security is partnering with Idaho National Labs in infrastructure vulnerability research.
AT&T urges court to prevent Sprint from participating in the antitrust suit involving the proposed T-Mobile merger.
Google and Apple lobby Congress for tax holiday on offshore profits.
Facebook facing scrutiny from Irish regulators regarding privacy issues.
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