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  • Cottonelle Recalls Flushable Wipes Due to Possible Bacterial Contamination
    Cottonelle Recalls Flushable Wipes Due to Possible Bacterial Contamination

    People who bought toiletries in mass quantities at the start of the pandemic might be in for some distressing news now that Kimberly-Clark has announced a large-scale recall of its popular Cottonelle® ...

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  • Johnson & Johnson Lose Another Talc Powder Case, Ordered to Pay $9M
    Johnson & Johnson Lose Another Talc Powder Case, Ordered to Pay $9M

    Johnson & Johnson (J&J) has lost another talc powder lawsuit after a Florida jury ordered the corporate giant to pay $9 million to an elderly plaintiff. Like many of the other talc powder cases, the ...

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  • What You Should Know About Filing a Class Action Lawsuit
    What You Should Know About Filing a Class Action Lawsuit

    After dozens, hundreds, thousands, or even millions of people are all harmed by the negligent or fraudulent actions of a defendant or defendants, they will all want to file an individual claim to seek ...

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  • Massive Cybersecurity Breach Compromises Data of Wawa Customers
    Massive Cybersecurity Breach Compromises Data of Wawa Customers

    Wawa is a popular convenience store chain on the East Coast. In fact, its $10 billion revenue in 2018 puts it in the top 10 convenience store chains in the U.S. Unfortunately, this popularity means ...

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  • Capital One Hacked, Info of 100 Million Account & Application Stolen
    Capital One Hacked, Info of 100 Million Account & Application Stolen

    The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) has recently announced it is filing charges against a hacker – Paige Thompson – who allegedly hacked into Capital One’s private servers to steal ...

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  • Woman Says Her Identify Has Been Stolen Over a Dozen Times Since Equifax Data Breach
    Woman Says Her Identify Has Been Stolen Over a Dozen Times Since Equifax Data Breach

    The Social Security numbers of roughly 145 million Americans—nearly half of the U.S. population—were exposed after a breach at credit report agency Equifax. While not all have been negatively ...

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