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(Reuters) — A federal judge said current and former Wells Fargo & Co. officers and directors, including CEO Tim Sloan, must face nearly all of a lawsuit by shareholders seeking to hold them personally liable for sales abuses and the creation of millions of unauthorized accounts.http://www.businessinsurance.com/article/20171005/NEWS06/912316331/Wells-Fargo-executives-board-directors-must-face-lawsuit-over-fake-accounts?utm_campaign=BI20171005DailyBriefing&utm_medium=email&utm_source=ActiveCampaign

 

The complaint, filed by attorneys with The Doss Firm, argues that an estimated 28 million small business operators in the US face special risk of suffering multiple damages arising from the spectacularly wide-ranging data breach first uncovered in early Sept.https://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/news/small-business-class-action/

 

 

The makers of the EpiPen failed to properly investigate more than 100 complaints that the device malfunctioned during life-threatening emergencies — including situations in which patients later died, according to a Food and Drug Administration warning letter sent to a Pfizer company.https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2017/09/07/epipen-maker-failed-to-investigate-product-failures-associated-with-patient-deaths-fda-says/?utm_term=.d818c6678020

 

In a case that is on remand from the U.S. Supreme Court, an appellate panel has ruled that a plaintiff in a Fair Credit Reporting Act case has alleged a concrete injury from an inaccurate consumer report and can proceed with his case.http://www.businessinsurance.com/article/20170816/NEWS06/912315221/Fair-Credit-Reporting-Act-case-against-Spokeo-can-proceed

 

 

 

Viacom Inc. allegedly allowed mobile gaming application developers to embed codes to collect data about children’s online activities for advertising and other commercial purposes, according to a class action complaint ( Rushing v. Viacom, Inc. , N.D. Cal., No. 3:17-cv-04492, class complaint filed 8/7/17 ).https://www.bna.com/viacom-faces-childrens-n73014462913/

 

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In the neonatal intensive care unit of Cook Children's Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas, a father is rocking a baby attached to a heart monitor. http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2017/07/26/539290596/hospitals-face-growing-cybersecurity-threats

In the neonatal intensive care unit of Cook Children's Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas, a father is rocking a baby attached to a heart monitor. http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2017/07/26/539290596/hospitals-face-growing-cybersecurity-threats

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