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Facebook responded Thursday afternoon with a long statement accusing Apple of trying to distract users from its own privacy issues.

Despite a new process to remove board members from office, Kevin Beiser – who has been accused of sexual harassment and unwanted touching by four men – is likely to stay on the San Diego Unified school board.

Kiken is one of about a half-dozen doctors who have been publicly accused of covertly inseminating patients with their own sperm.

More recently, a professor at George Washington University was accused of Blackfishing during her entire professional career.

The marketplace giant has been accused of using data from independent sellers on its website to launch competing products.

In May Johnson put his own authority on the line to defend Cummings, who was accused of breaking lockdown rules by driving more than 250 miles to seek childcare help when the public were being ordered to stay at home.

When Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg testified in Congress in July, House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler of New York accused Facebook of buying Instagram because it saw the company as a threat and bought it instead of competing.

When I heard that Giuliani, the president’s personal lawyer, was accusing the state of Pennsylvania of faking the mail-in ballot results, I was astonished.

A courtroom thriller following the attorney for an accused murderer in a small Mississippi town where families are divided between loyalty and justice.

Calls to defund the police after the death of George Floyd got a lot of attention in the 2020 election season, with each presidential candidate accusing the other of seeking to slash the budget for law enforcement.


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