Rite Aid to be barred from using facial recognition under proposed FTC settlement - YouTube
They falsely tagged consumers as shoplifters.
They took images and processed them with facial recognition without notifying customers.
The Dolan family has gotten in trouble for using facial recognition for banning people they didn't like from Madison Square Garden.
‘Drug stores are not a place where people should be recorded.’
Is there space in the market for ‘privacy stores', stores that explicitly state with signage they don't record or track you?

Couple Loses the Multimillion Dollar African 'Mask Case' - YouTube
You can't go get some of the money from something you used to own, that was later sold by someone else, France.
The previous owners failed to exercise due diligence in evaluating thie artistic and historical value.
They had said the art dealer who bought it mislead them. He said he didn't know it would be worth that much. When he found it was worth like $4m, he offered them $300k after the fact. He bought it for like $150.

New Law Requires Police to Tell You Why They Pulled You Over - YouTube
Cali starting Jan 1. 'For among other reasons, just so that they have a reason.' Otherwise, in some places, they'll just pull you over and ask you all kinds of questions, and may aggravate you, and then later tell you Oh you did this. Cali police will have to state their reason before asking any quesion on a subject.
Now, in Cali, if they say, Hey your headlight is out, and then they say Where you comin from? you will realize that quesiton has nothing to do with the reason they pulled you over.
To stop ‘pretextual stops’.
‘Do you know why I pulled you over’ puts you on the defensive immediately, and there is a tension there.
Oakland Privacy.
With the new law, the officer can still withhold the reason if he believes it is ‘necassary to protect life or property from imminent threat.'
Constitutionally (Federal), police don't have to tell you why they pulled you over, the Supreme Court has said (they've also said police don't have to tell you why you're being arrested). State laws may require it.
This is only California.

Woman Sued for $250K by Singer's Reps to Stop Her Merchandise Sales - YouTube
‘That would be one of the problems with allowing people to be served by email.’ Some states (including Illinois) allow this. Their email landed in her junkmail folder and she missed the 21-day window. I have email accounts I don't check for years.
The country singer called the woman personally and said they do have a team that goes after internional companies fake merch sellers who make millions, but he knows she's not doing that. He said it made him sick to his stomach. He sent her $11k, double what she's lost to medical bills for a heart condition. He's also going to make a similar profile on Tumblr, sell it and donate the proceeds to the woman. He invited her to a concert where he'll invite her on stage and give her a hug and apologize in person.
Most summons are done in person. Some (like for big companies with a resident reciever for these mails) can be served by mail, with their cooperation. You can consent to electronic service, but you have to consent, in other states (not Illinois).
Letho points out a good scam, where you can create a gmail account for the person you want to serve, serve them by email to that account, then log into that account and say you received it, and then the real person would have to prove that that's not their email account.

Landlords Required To Build EV Chargers At Renters' Request New Illinois Law! - YouTube

Giuliani Files for Bankruptcy - YouTube
Intentional torts not discharged with bankruptcy, so he'll maintain the debt. He was found to have falsely accused 2 2020 election workers of fascilitating fraud. $168m in damages. ??

SiriusXM Sued for How Hard it is to Cancel - YouTube

Gas Station Near Airport Accused of Price Gouging - YouTube

Controversial Florida law sends cities scrambling for new council members - YouTube
Sharing net worth.

Huge NEWS in Julian Assange Case: Lawsuit Against CIA for SPYING on Attorneys Will Proceed | Rising - YouTube

Nightmare Squatters Inspire New Anti-Squatting Law - YouTube
Better crafted than past failed lawsuits. First line of the suit is that we need independent journalism for democracy to work. It's a lawsuit not just about money. It's a gripe about input and output.
The output has included verbatim text from NYT articles.
The debate will be about fair use, the defense against copyright infringement.
Millions of articles.
Timing. Sue early. With Google during it's rise, it took journalism and payed nothing, until later we just consider that normal. Challenge assumptions before they become the norm.

New York Times sues AI companies over copyright infringement - YouTube