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'We're not lazy, we're old': 71-year-old worker at Costco wins right to sit on the job - Montreal
16546
Saudi Arabia arrests second richest man in kingdom
3874
CBD oil declared illegal in Indiana by Attorney General Curtis Hill
2225
He spent 39 years behind bars for two murders he didn't commit. Gov. Jerry Brown just pardoned him
614
Double win: Cancer patient collects lottery jackpot and responds to chemo - Newfoundland & Labrador
288
Coffee shop apologises for 'happily gentrifying the neighbourhood' sign
31296
A homeless man spent his last $20 to keep her safe. She’s raised $34,000 to repay him
6316
Slain Baltimore detective was to testify in indicted officers case
135
Thanksgiving help for the homeless: 'We haven't seen numbers like this since the Great Depression'
470
Police bust prostitution ring run out of senior living facility
1596
High-profile cannabis foe with medical marijuana card sues pair who allegedly disclosed it
43803
Colorado child sex trafficker sentenced to 472 years in prison
267
Mother calls for Sleeping Beauty to be banned from primary school as it promotes ‘inappropriate behaviour’
92
Sheriff: Las Vegas shooting gunman fired over 1,100 rounds
222
Unpaid Zara garment workers say they still haven't seen a cent
68
Thanksgiving Day Shooting: 3 Shot Near Denver High School
159
Woman accused of mailing explosives to Gov. Abbott, Pres. Obama
50
Australian paramedics fulfil dying woman's wish to go to the beach
1905
MS-13 gang 'behead man' in Maryland park
93
Sheriff: Fayetteville teen arrested after attacking girlfriend, decapitating puppy
9867
Mom puts recorder in child's backpack to catch bullying, now faces felony charge
1393
The FTC is reportedly looking into TripAdvisor after it censored users' reports of rape
258
Tens of thousands with outstanding warrants purged from background check database for gun purchases
47
Probation ordered for man who reported scam when he sought teen for sex
6587
Bots are influencing the debate over net neutrality, says New York’s attorney general
316
White nationalist Richard Spencer banned from 26 European nations
5485
More travelers say TripAdvisor blocked warnings of rapes and injuries at hotels around the world.
25
Apprenticeship numbers fall by 59% after levy imposed
13
Supreme Court of Canada to hear case on whether ISPs can charge for IDing online pirates
37
Missing Argentine submarine: 'Explosion' heard
82
YouTube to crack down on videos showing child endangerment
22
Japanese 'Twitter killer' faces first murder charge
36
Abortion rates in US hit historic low, CDC report finds
241
James Bulger killer returned to prison after probation officers 'find child abuse images'
140
Dr. Larry Nassar pleads guilty to 7 counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct
25
EU ban on bird imports sees 'massive' cuts in global trade
561
Vladimir Putin says all big Russian businesses should be ready for war production
12
ISIS sexual violence victims: Minorities targeted more than documented, face honor killings if returned
972
'All I want is my life': Woman raped, beaten by men who hired her to strip, warrant says
8
No subsidies for green power projects before 2025, says UK Treasury
257 ozric101 They should be sued out of existence.
188 gwdope I'll get to that later, what's the worst that could happen?
136 SaruMushashino Please disappear for good Equifax.
74 willyreddit How in the hell can these major corporations be that lax on Information Assurance? Hell most of its automated now a days. If this crappy company doesn't sink. I'm going to allow them to pay me to patch there scuzzy network.
30 mojo5red The Equifax breach is less revealing than the Homeland Security breach of last year & they faced no lawsuits. Homeland just sent letters telling all the gov employees & contractors that they had no recourse. If fools are guarding the data, there is no security.
30 MasonJarBong The issue was surely raised within Equifax when the vulnerability was first disclosed. It is likely that expedited patching was proposed, and subsequently shot down, as being too risky to production. Happens all the time in big corps. Who will take the fall? The little guys who couldn't patch because management wouldn't let them. Welcome to IT in the corporate world.
18 Bye1Bye Big companies are terrified to release to production. And this is the result.