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Here we go again: The final version of an Federal Communications Commission privacy rule that would limit what your broadband carrier can do with your personal data doesn’t ban pay-for-privacy agreements, but it does require certain opt-ins.
That's ruff: An artist claims in a new lawsuit Kohl’s sold socks and pajamas featuring her doggie drawings without her permission.
On the case: After a replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that should not be overheating caught fire on a Southwest Airlines flight this week, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has confirmed that it is looking into this incident.
Married, with supplement: A doctor who endorsed a sketchy joint pain supplement apparently failed to mention the small fact that she was married to the company's owner.
In agreement: Fourteen senators are asking the Department of Justice to launch a criminal investigation in the hope of ferreting out individuals at Wells Fargo who may have encouraged or turned a blind eye to fraud.