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Exclusive: Recently, Consumerist received an anonymous tip pointing to a Home Depot internet address that hosted 13 Excel spreadsheets of customer records, including the full names, phone numbers, mailing addresses and email addresses of approximately 8,000 people. Here’s what you should know.
A slow death: Now that new FCC Chair Ajit Pai has introduced a plan to roll back the reclassification of broadband as a vital piece of infrastructure, here’s the timeline for the likely death of net neutrality.
Today in lawsuits: A new lawsuit says EpiPen price hikes were intended to keep a competitor out of pharmacies.
Make it stop: United Airlines’ decision to forcibly remove a paying passenger to make room for an airline employee has led to increased pressure for carriers to change their policies. A new piece of legislation wants to stop make it illegal for airlines to bump a passenger without their permission.
Just no: Retailers are blasting the new Financial CHOICE Act, voicing concerns that undoing the 2010 law will lead to higher prices and hurt small businesses.