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Gearing up: New FCC chair Ajit Pai wants to do away with the 2015 Open Internet Order, which reclassified broadband as a utility-like service, prompting some lawmakers to promise to go to battle for net neutrality.
Password protected: Hackers have been apparently been attempting to breach accounts of Toys ‘R’ Us rewards program members using data they got from other hacks.
Watchers on the wall: Vizio will have to pay $2.2 million for watching TV watchers without telling them.
Gumming up the works: One method for keeping generics off the market? Allegedly flooding the Food and Drug Administration with pointless paperwork.
Off the menu: How did a sedative used in euthanasia end up in cans of a premium brand beef dog food that is now being recalled? The company behind the food, Evanger’s, would really like to know.