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A Corona del Mar High School principal failed for months to warn parents about a private tutor and his suspected involvement in a cheating scandal that began at least as early as June 2013.
Western Michigan University has announced it will reimburse an employee whose credit union account was breached last year.
High school administrators suspended the Pennsylvania teen for 10 days, vowing expulsion and threatening a federal investigation after the school's computer server was hacked and corrupted by a virus.
The gay dating app Hunters is blocked in Sochi, the location of this month’s Winter Olympic Games, and about 72,000 user accounts were expunged throughout Russia.
GMR Transcription Services agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that the company exposed health and personal information on the open Internet, including consumer medical histories and exam notes.
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