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The fine print: Pokémon Go has a clause in its terms that strips you of your right to file a lawsuit against the company. But if you act fast, you'll still have time to opt out and preserve your constitutional right to a jury trial.

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That was fast: Congress passed a bill outlawing Vermont's brand-new GMO labels, which would replace them with barcodes. 

What is this thing?: Wireless companies like to throw around a lot of swanky-sounding terms to get you interested in their goods. The new hotness on everyone’s lips is 5G, which does not in fact exist yet. But it will. So what is it?

Rejected: It’s back to the drawing board for Volkswagen when it comes to finding an adequate fix for thousands of vehicles equipped with emissions cheating defeat devices in California.

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