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This isn’t Liberty’s first run-in with the law.
“As the Court noted, Exxon’s claims in this lawsuit were ‘implausible’ and unsupported, while its strategy amounted to a type of ‘legal jiu-jitsu’ that resulted in nothing more than a ‘huge waste’ of time and money,” Schneiderman said.Healey called it a “turning point” in their investigation and a “victory for the people.
”The Irving, Texas-based Exxon said it was reviewing the judge’s decision and evaluating its next steps.“We believe the risk of climate change is real and we want to be part of the solution,” Exxon said in a statement.
“We’ve invested about $8 billion on energy efficiency and low-emission technologies such as carbon capture and next generation biofuels.
”Under Armour confirmed late Thursday that a data breach has affected approximately 150 million MyFitnessPal accounts.
The initial reports suggest that stolen data may include usernames, email addresses and hashed (not plain-text) passwords.
According to?CNBC, the data stolen doesn’t include payment data such as credit cards, which is stored separately.I’m told that clearances are routinely pulled even when someone is caught having an extramarital affair.
The FBI didn’t return calls for comment.The shifting rules of YouTube’s advertising program and algorithms have long frustrated users — as revenues and viewers seemingly vanish overnight on the whims of the web-video giant.
Facing backlash from advertisers over offensive videos, the company last year began pulling ads from content it deemed unsuitable, and then booted less popular users off its “partners program” in a move it said would create a “higher standard.”Among those affected was shooter Nasim Aghdam — who seethed online about YouTube de-monetizing her bizarre animal rights and exercise videos.
But even those who are able to monetize their content remain subject to the site’s mysterious recommendation algorithms — which are responsible for 70 percent of what people watch on YouTube, its chief product officer revealed in January.