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Hyundai and Kia suppliers in Alabama really love child labor

Hyundai and Kia suppliers in Alabama really love child labor

Photo: Buyenlarge / Contributor (Getty Images) Back in July Reuters announced that SMART Alabama, a supplier owned by Hyundai, had been employing children from the age of 12. The following month, the US Department of Labor accused a second supplier, SL Alabama LLC, of ​​also using child labor. Today, Reuters published another report which claims …

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Lawsuit claims Apple AirTags have 'become the weapon of choice' for stalkers

Lawsuit claims Apple AirTags have ‘become the weapon of choice’ for stalkers

Photo: Apple Two women have filed a class action lawsuit against Apple after claiming their ex used company quartercut Airtag trackers to track them down. The lawsuit, seen by Gizmodo, claims that Apple’s alleged missteps over privacy considerations with AirTags constitute negligence and violate California’s constitutional right to privacy. AirTags, according to the lawsuit, are …

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Lincoln Police: Mickey Joseph punched and strangled his wife during an argument over infidelity

Lincoln Police: Mickey Joseph punched and strangled his wife during an argument over infidelity

Former Nebraska acting football coach Mickey Joseph pushed, punched and choked his wife and pulled her hair during an argument the couple had over infidelity, Lincoln police allege in a court document filed Thursday. Lancaster County prosecutors charged Joseph, 54, with one count of assault by strangulation or suffocation, which carries a sentence of up …

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Exclusive: Behind the fall of FTX, the fight against billionaires and a failed attempt to save crypto

Exclusive: Behind the fall of FTX, the fight against billionaires and a failed attempt to save crypto

November 10 (Reuters) – (This story contains language that some readers may find offensive in paragraph 2) On Tuesday morning, Sam Bankman-Fried, owner of cryptocurrency exchange FTX, caught his employees off guard with a grim message. “I’m sorry,” he told them. “I screwed up.” The reason for the mea culpa: its announcement half an hour …

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