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Reset Button is approaching student debt from a new angle

Student loan debt in the U.S. totals $1.5 trillion, and more than 44 million Americans have outstanding student loan debt. According to research by Jason Iuliano, Villanova law professor, a million student loan debtors have filed for bankruptcy in the past five years. However, 99.9 percent of them did not include their student loan debt ...

Elon Musk, SEC agree to guidelines on Twitter use

Tesla,  Elon Musk and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission reached an agreement Friday that will give the CEO freedom to use Twitter —within certain limitations — without fear of being held in contempt for violating an earlier court order. Musk can tweet as he wishes except when it’s about certain events or financial milestones. In ...

Dakar Network Angels begins startup investments in francophone Africa

The Dakar Network Angels network launched this month, making its first investment in francophone Africa to cleantech venture Coliba. The Ivorian startup—that uses a mobile app to coordinate waste recycling—will receive mentorship and a minimum of $25K in seed funds. The deal is part of Dakar Network Angels’ mission of convening experts and capital to ...

ACLU asks court to release a secret order forcing Facebook to wiretap Messenger

Earlier this year, the U.S. government tried to force Facebook to secretly recode its Messenger app to allow the feds to listen into an encrypted, real-time voice call on suspected members associated with the notorious MS-13 gang. It was only when reporters revealed that when Facebook declined, the feds pushed the court to hold the ...

The New York Times sues the FCC to investigate Russian interference in Net Neutrality decision

The ongoing saga over the FCC’s handling of public comments to its net neutrality proposal continues after The New York Times sued the organization for withholding of information that it believes could prove there was Russian interference. The Times has filed multiple Freedom of Information Act requests for data on the comments since July 2017, ...

Review: iPhone XS, XS Max and the power of long-term thinking

The iPhone XS proves one thing definitively: that the iPhone X was probably one of the most ambitious product bets of all time. When Apple told me in 2017 that they put aside plans for the iterative upgrade that they were going to ship and went all in on the iPhone X because they thought ...

Identifying The Best Personal Injury Lawyer Is A Big Undertaking

11.06.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

When it comes to picking the best personal injury lawyer there are going to be many options available to you. However, before proceeding further you need to be clear about what such lawyers can do for you and how they differ from other kinds of lawyers. In effect, a lawyer that handles cases of personal ...

Find An Attorney Today – Lawyer Search Has Become Easier Than Ever

09.22.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

With the changes in the legal formalities and the regulations, the need for having a lawyer has drastically increased. The increasing number of legal issues and the difficulty of a common man to handle all of them has forced people to find an attorney for themselves. This makes things much better as the lawyer would ...

Impressive Rolex On O.J. Simpson’s Wrist Was Fake After All

07.31.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Like celebrities? Like name brand luxury watches like Jacob watches? Yea, me too. ... Don't be surprised however when a celebrity chooses to wear iced out diamond replica watches. Even celebrities and sports stars are rockin the fake diamond breitling watches. ...

Why Banks Recommend Homeowners in Foreclosure Do Not Hire an Attorney

05.12.2009 · Posted in Mortgage Articles

The lenders have always counted on the inability of borrowers to understand the complicated mortgage documents they sign to purchase their home. Banks themselves do not understand the documents. ...