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Arbitration shmarbitration: While the free credit monitoring service being offered by Equifax to the millions victims of its massive data breach leaves a lot to be desired, the company is remedying one of the more controversial aspects of the program — a clause that stripped consumers of their right to file a lawsuit in court.
Go Go Naruto: A federal lawsuit over a famous 2011 photo taken by a macaque has come to an end without any real decision on whether or not non-humans can hold a copyright.
Small enough to jail: Only one bank has been indicted on felony fraud charges related to the 2008 financial crisis — and it was found innocent.
Start it up: Travel operations in the southeast are starting to get people back in the skies and on the seas after Hurricane Irma — though a few snarls remain.