Privacy advocates have filed a federal complaint against TikTok, a mobile application popular among children, teenagers, and young adults. According to Reuters, The Center for Digital Democracy and Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood both asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate TikTok for violating consent decrees and children’s privacy online. The complaint alleges that TikTok
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Michigan-based staffing company involved in Medicare fraud.
Sen. Peter Lucido likely engaged in sexual inappropriate behavior.
New York’s Commission of Judicial Conduct recommends judge be removed from the bench.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is planning to halt GI Bill benefits to five schools, including the University of Phoenix and Temple University. According to The Washington Post, the decision follows an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission and a panel of state attorneys general. Collectively, they’ve determined that the affected colleges use deceptive recruiting
District issues letter to parents warning them of ‘fight club’ on school grounds.
Letter asks for answers to specific questions in federal judge’s sexual misconduct case.
Police continue to get reports of hazing incidents despite school investigation that did not turn up concrete evidence.
Eisenhower band teacher and basketball coach both charged with sexually inappropriate behavior.