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Anthem to shell out $115m in largest-ever data theft settlement

Good day to be an attorney, or a Maserati salesman Health insurer Anthem has today agreed to pay $115m to settle a class-action suit brought on by its 2015 cyber-theft of 78.8 million records.…

Check Point says Fireball malware hit 250 million; Microsoft says no

Either way, Microsoft assures us that Windows 10 S would have been immune.

How the CIA infects air-gapped networks

Sprawling “Brutal Kangarooldquo; spreads malware using booby-trapped USB drives.

Lawsuit: Comcast sabotaged small ISP’s network, then took its customers

Comcast "systematically destroyed" an ISP with 229 customers, lawsuit claims.

Obama’s Energy Secretary is starting a low-carbon energy think tank

Energy Futures Initiative will offer analysis to “policymakers, industry executives, and NGOs.”

Utility that says Comcast didn’t pay bills threatens to pull wires...

Comcast says its bill was doubled and that it will pay “correct amount.”

How well have climate models done in the upper atmosphere?

Digging into the differences between models and satellite data.

Google Glass is apparently back from the dead, starts getting software...

Google's aging face computer gets a firmware and companion app update.

With help of coal tax credits, Mylan had a negative 294-percent...

The company invests in five coal processing companies to get highly valuable tax credits.

InfinityQS Upholds ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 27001:2013 Certifications

Prestigious certifications demonstrate company’s ability to achieve and maintain an integrated process approach to deliver quality management systems and meet information security standardsInfinityQS® International, Inc. (InfinityQS), the global authority on data-driven manufacturing quality, announced today that it has successfully sustained its certification to the International Organisation for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2013 standards. In doing so, the company reaffirms its ability to achieve, maintain, and continuously improve an integrated process approach to deliver quality... Source: RealWire

Supreme Court rules: Offensive trademarks must be allowed

Justice Samuel Alito: "Giving offense is a viewpoint."

GTA Online publisher goes after paid cheating services

Menyoo, Lexicon, and Force Hax forced offline after "discussions."