Zoom to pay $85M for privacy miscues at start of pandemic
Zoom has agreed to pay $85 million to settle a lawsuit alleging allegations its videoconferencing service’s weak privacy controls opened too many peepholes into its users’ personal information and made it too easy to disrupt their meetings during the early stages of the pandemic
Coronavirus daily news updates, August 2: What to know today about COVID-19 in the Seattle area, Washington state and the world
Biden's Rescue Act Targets Americans' Freedoms
Since the 1800s, surly Americans have derided politicians for spending tax dollars “like drunken sailors.” Until recently, that was considered a grave character fault. But Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan Act shows that inebriated spending is now the path to national salvation. It was a common saying in America in the 1930s that “we cannot squander our way to prosperity.” But that was before th...
What $3.5 Million Buys You in California
A modern farmhouse in Ventura, a three-bedroom home in West Hollywood and a six-acre retreat with dramatic water views near Mendocino.
DC mayor pushes back after conservative media slams her for not wearing mask at wedding
Photos of a maskless Muriel Bowser, her office said, were taken “during the indoor dinner, when she was eating or drinking.” Muriel Bowser , the Democratic mayor of Washington, D.C., is pushing back against conservative media slamming her for going maskless at a wedding this weekend after her office reinstated an indoor mask mandate in the wake of rising coronavirus cases due to the delta varia...
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Laurel Hubbard, transgender weightlifter, exits Olympic competition early after failing on all three attempts
Explosive Trailer Of 'La Casa De Papel' (Money Heist) Gives Peek Into Final Season
Explosions, shootouts, rage, with a rallying cry of "always fight, never surrender" make for a fiery suspenseful trailer for the final season of the international hit series.
Here’s Where Renters Appear Suddenly Most At Risk For Eviction (Some Southern States Are Especially Vulnerable)
Associations can collect legal fees on delinquent accounts with no obligation to settle for a lower sum
The laws regarding collection are difficult to skirt, and the longer you fight a valid claim, the greater the amounts that will end up being due.
Human rights activist and close ally of detained Dubai princess had phone hacked by NSO spyware, forensic test finds
A tsunami of deferred debt is about to hit homeowners no longer protected by a foreclosure moratorium
US employers ratchet up the pressure on the unvaccinated
A growing number of employers are imposing rules to make it more onerous for employees to refuse getting vaccinated for COVID-19.
COVID update: Bay Area health officers expected to issue new mask order
Infections have risen sharply in the highly vaccinated Bay Area, though most cases are among those who haven't had the shots.