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   1.  Chipotle Announces Massive Data Breach
   2.  Washington Post Questions Whether Aurora Organic Dairy Milk Is Truly Organic
   3.  Bose Accused in Class Action of Gathering and Transmitting Customer Listening Data
   4.  Student Aid Processor Higher One Accused of Deception
   5.  New York Restaurants Sue Insurers for Inflated Workers’ Compensation Premiums
   6.  2016 Was Another Overdraft Fee Bonanza Year For Big Banks
   7.  Act Now To Protect Your Constitutional Right To Fight Back Against Corporate Wrongdoing
   8.  Loan-Care Force Placed Insurance Settlement
   9.  WARNING: St. Jude’s Medical Warns of Potential Premature Battery Depletion In Installed Defibrillators (pacemakers)
   10.  Dodge Trucks Accused Of Understating Diesel Emissions
   11.  Yahoo’s “500 Million Users Hacked” is Nothing — According to Insider It Was Twice That
   12.  Yahoo Announces Largest Data Breach Ever; 500 Million Yahoo Accounts Hacked
   13.  Yahoo Expected To Announce Data Breach Affecting Hundreds of Millions
   14.  Wells Fargo Charged Customers for Unauthorized Bank and Credit Card Accounts
   15.  What Every Consumer Should Know About the Fair Credit Reporting Act
   16.  Medical Device Maker Warns Europeans of Infection Risk, Waits Three Years To Warn Americans
   17.  TransAmerica Sued Over Devestating Premium Hikes
   18.  Wendy’s Identifies 1,000 Restaurants Hit BY Data Breach
   19.  Pokemon Going Into Your GMAIL?
   20.  Ikea Recalls 29 Million Dressers, 6 Kids Killed
   21.  Credit Reporting Bureasus Take Top Complaints Prize At CFPB
   22.  MetLife Switched Tens of Thousands of Savers Into Worse Annuities, According to FINRA
   23.  Mitsubishi Reported Inflated Gas Mileage In Japanese Cars, EPA Orders New Testing of U.S. Models
   24.  GNC Sued In Class Action for Alleged Sham “Sale” Pricing
   25.  RECALL ALERT: Chrysler Recalls 1.1 Million Autos for “Roll Away” Dangers
   26.  Lies to Table: Journalist Exposes Sham Claims In Florida
   27.  Study Links Heartburn Medications (Prilosec, Nexium, and Prevacis) to Kidney Disease
   28.  TD Bank’s Penny Arcade May Be Penny Foolish
   29.  Personal Data Is So Easy To Steal, Prices Are At All Time Lows
   30.  Nest To Shut Down Revolv-Branded Home Devices
   31.  Bumble Bee Recalls More Than 30,000 Cases Of Tuna Nationwide
   32.  Fitbit Sued For Inaccurate Heart Rate Measurement
   33.  Recall Alert: Trader Joe’s Recalls Cashews
   34.  Trader Joe Accused of Cheating Consumers On Tuna
   35.  The Bancorp Inc. To Refund Money To 21,000 Consumers In Settlement With FDIC
   36.  Not So Happy Holidays at Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s: Retailers Accused of Sham Pricing
   37.  Milberg Files Homeowner Class Action Against Alleged Foreclosure Mill
   38.  FiOS Customer Discovers Verizon Censoring Emails with Hyperlinks
   39.  Amazon Delivery Drivers File Wage and Hour Class Action Lawsuit
   40.  RushCards Users Unable to Access Funds
   41.  DraftKings and FanDuel Accused of Fraud in Class Action Lawsuit Stemming From Scandal
   42.  Excellus Cyberattack May Compromised 10 million Insurance Records
   43.  Hackers Target PR Firms in 0M Insider Trading Scheme
   44.  FDA Prohibits Hampton Creek from Calling its Product “Mayonnaise”
   45.  FTC Settles False Advertising Claims Charges with Sellers of UV “Disinfectant” Devices
   46.  TelexFREE Pyramid Scheme Victims Receive .5M Fund
   47.  EPA Mine Investigation Causes Water Contamination in Colorado
   48.  Regulators Investigate Citibank Student Loan Servicing Practices
   49.  Schneiderman Investigates Apple for Allegedly Manipulating Music Streaming Service Competition
   50.  Nationwide Class Action Lawsuit Accuses Banks of Conspiring to Manipulate Treasury Auctions
   51.  FTC Investigating GM for Misrepresenting Used Vehicles as Certified Pre-Owned
   52.  Ashley Madison Accused of Failing to Secure Client Privacy After Online Infidelity Site Hacked
   53.  Judge Rules that Minute Maid Pomegranate Blueberry Juice Class Action Can Proceed
   54.  Cox Accused of Charging Cable Customers Hidden Fees
   55.  Google Chromium Unauthorized Audio Spying Capabilities Raises Privacy Concerns
   56.  Whole Foods Investigated for Overcharging on Pre-packaged Goods
   57.  California Tax Prep Operator Pleads Guilty for Conspiring in 8M Tax Refund Scheme
   58.  Bottled Water Sourced from PA Recalled for E. Coli
   59.  DOJ Probes Banks for Manipulating Treasuries Market
   60.  Tom’s of Maine and Colgate Accused of Falsely Advertising “Natural” Toothpaste
   61.  Deutsche Bank Agrees to Pay M to Settle SEC False Financial Report Charges
   62.  AT&T Accused of Failing to Pay Overtime
   63.  FTC Charges Supplement Marketers with False Weight Loss Claims
   64.  Qihoo 360 Technology Loses Certifications and Rankings for Anti-Virus Products
   65.  New York Attorney General Schneiderman Sues NY Tanning Salons for False Advertising
   66.  Trek Recalls 998,000 Bike for Safety Issues
   67.  PwC Settles MF Global Class Action Lawsuit for M
   68.  Teva Settles Generic Drug Delay Lawsuit for 2M
   69.  Vitamin Shoppe Pulls Supplements That Contain Amphetamine-Like Stimulants
   70.  FTC’s Data Throttling Case Against AT&T Moves Ahead Pursuant to Court Ruling
   71.  Lawsuit May Put DirecTV’s MLB and NHL Subscription Packages on Thin Ice
   72.  Lumber Liquidators Sued Over Formaldehyde Home Test Kits
   73.  Milberg LLP Announces Investigation of Premera Blue Cross Cyberattack
   74.  CFPB Issues Report on Arbitration Clauses Governing Financial Products and Services
   75.  Connecticut Investigates Potential Violations and Impact of Unauthorized Lenovo Adware
   76.  DOJ Wins Anti-Competitive Case against AmEx over Merchant Steering Rules
   77.  FTC Accuses Viatek of Falsely Advertising Mosquito Repellent Wristbands
   78.  Defective Door Locks Alleged in Kia Optima Class Action
   79.  Class Action Lawsuit Alleges Hyundai Hid Renewal Fees for Built-In Communication System
   80.  Intuit Halts All State e-filings On Fraud Concerns
   81.  Anthem Insurance Data Breach Exposes Social Security Numbers, Income Data and Other Sensitive Personal Information of Millions of Customers and Employees’
   82.  PGA Tour Sued by Caddies for Share of Corporate Sponsor Ad Revenue
   83.  FTC Announces that Dog Waste Bags Claims of Biodegradable and Compostable May Be False
   84.   AG Investigation Indicates Herbal Supplement Products Don’t Contain Ingredient on Label
   85.  TracFone Settles with FTC for M over Alleged False Unlimited Data Ads
   86.  Lawsuit Claims that Muscle Milk Labels Misstate Protein Benefits
   87.  FXCM Downgraded in Wake of Swiss Franc Surge
   88.  Dish Network Found Liable for Millions of Telemarketing Violations
   89.  FTC Settles with Video Game Maker over Unfounded Cognition Claims
   90.  FTC Settles Charges against Children’s Speech Disorders Supplement Company
   91.  Anheuser-Busch Settles Suit Over Hidden US Origin of Kirin Beer
   92.  Petco Stops Selling Chinese Treats That May Sicken Pets
   93.  FEMA Waits 11 Months to Investigate Allegations of Forged Documents to Underpay Hurricane Sandy Claims
   94.  Morgan Stanley Fires Employee Suspected of Stealing Data on 350,000 Clients
   95.  FTC Settles Case with Maker of Derma Tend Wart Removal Product for False Solace Claims
   96.  Grocers Sued for Selling Frozen Re-baked Bread as Fresh
   97.  NCL Warns Consumers of Online Smart Phone Resale Fraud
   98.  Bayer AG Accused of Unfounded Brain Boost Claims for its Flintstones Gummies
   99.  California Prosecutors Accuse Uber of Illegal Business Practices
   100.  Sensa Consumers to Receive M in Refunds from FTC

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