New Poll Shows Lack of Faith in Scientists by Americans

A recent poll conducted by HuffPost, in conjunction with YouGov, found that United States citizens do not have much faith in information reported by scientists. In fact, just 36 percent of respondents said that they trust the information presented by scientists is reliable and accurate.

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California Rules Google’s Self-Driving Cars Will Require Steering Wheels and Brake Pedals

Summary: Considering the experimental stage of Google’s self-driving cars, California’s Department of Motor Vehicles has issued new rules that will require “autonomous” vehicles to have steering wheels and brake pedals so that drivers in need could take over immediate physical control of such c...

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Google Expects Drone Deliveries to be Available in “Less than a Decade”

Summary: Google has introduced Project Wing, a drone delivery service that is expected to be available for commercial use in the next few years.

The New York Times reports that last week, introduced Project Wing to the world. Project Wing is an experimental program from Google X, Google’...

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Google to Pay $19 Million for Kids’ In App Purchases

Summary: Many parents complained that it was too easy for their children to buy hundreds of dollars worth of apps in Google’s app store. In response to an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission, Google will pay $19 million to reimburse these consumers.

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Google Will Pay $19 Million for Kids’ In App Purchases

Summary: Many parents complained that it was too easy for their children to buy hundreds of dollars worth of apps in Google’s app store. In response to an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission, Google will pay $19 million to reimburse these consumers.

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New California Law Will Not Allow Fines for Negative Restaurant Reviews

Summary: Governor Jerry Brown has signed new legislation that prohibits restaurants from fining or taking legal action against customers who leave negative reviews online.

Channel3000 reports that a new law has been established in California that allows users to post honest reviews of rest...

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California Prohibits Retaliation from Restaurants for Negative Reviews

Summary: Governor Jerry Brown has signed new legislation that prohibits restaurants from fining or taking legal action against customers who leave negative reviews online.

Channel3000 reports that a new law has been established in California that allows users to post honest reviews of rest...

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Netropolitan Offers “Elite” Social Network for $9,000

Summary: A new social network for the wealthy, called Netropolitan, will allow exclusive memberships to consumers who pay $9,000 to join.

We all have those annoying friends in our news feeds—the complainers, the braggers, the drama queens, and possibly worst of all, those that post selfie...

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What Does the Term “Legal Tech” Really Mean?

Summary: Legal technology, which assists law firms with different areas of daily practice, has grown in the past few years and offers job opportunities to attorneys and entrepreneurs alike.

The practice of law has come a long way over the past few decades. Long gone are the days where attor...

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Nine Charged with Cyber Fraud in Spain

Summary: A Spanish judge has indicted nine people for participating in the theft of $45 million in a hacking and cyber fraud scheme.

FindLaw.com reports that nine people have been indicted by a Spanish judge due to allegations that they were part of a $45 million theft after hacking a bank...

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Nine Indicted for Cyber Fraud in Spain

Summary: A Spanish judge has indicted nine people for participating in the theft of $45 million in a hacking and cyber fraud scheme.

FindLaw.com reports that nine people have been indicted by a Spanish judge due to allegations that they were part of a $45 million theft after hacking a bank...

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