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Florida Car Accidents and Teen Drivers Offer Safety Concerns

Teen drivers are at a high risk to have car accidents. An car accident that occurred on Monday, June 16 at about 7 p.m. on Selma Church Road in Holmes County is a grim reminder of this fact. In that single car accident, Austin Martin, a seventeen year-old driver, was killed, while his fourteen year-old passenger sustained minor injuries. The overall difference was that Martin was not wearing his seat belt and was ejected from the car. His passenger remained

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Lawsuits Commence Against Painkiller Manufacturers

The Counties of Orange and Santa Barbara California have filed lawsuits against major pharmaceutical companies. The civil suits, brought on behalf of the entire state of California, allege that prescription drug makers are guilty of fraudulent advertising that contributes to the state’s, as well as the nation’s, problem with prescription drug addiction. According to the Miami Herald, the complaints base their cause for damages on false advertising, public nuisance, and unfair competition. The five defendant corporations are as follows: Johnson

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Car Accidents and Black Box Data Evidence

In Florida, if you are in a car accident and the other person is at fault, there are various forms of evidence that may be used in personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits. One type, which is also allowed in Pennsylvania, Illinois, New Jersey, and Massachusetts, is data from the vehicle’s black box. Black boxes may be found on many late model cars, as well as on commercial vehicles. This data can help prove that the person who is at

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The World’s Largest Internet Security Breach Perpetrated

eBay, the online auction house, has been the subject of what some are calling potentially the largest single security breach in history. Computer hackers broke into and removed data from the depository that secures the personal information of over 233 million worldwide eBay users. Identity theft on this massive scale puts the sanctity of online accounts everywhere into question According to the Guardian, eBay claims that encrypted financial information was not accessed, but other, non-encrypted information like users names, dates

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