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Your smart TV may be watching you
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Vizio Smart TV takes tracking to new level

When you watch your Smart TV, it could also be watching you. A report this month from Julia Angwin at ProPublica reveals that Vizio, a top television maker, automatically tracks the viewing habits of Smart TV owners and shares that information with ... Denver Post, 1 week ago
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Black lives don't matter in the gun debate: America's crisis is much bigger than mass murder

This originally appeared on ProPublica . They had been invited by the Obama administration to talk about what the country should do to address gun violence. Vice President Joe Biden had been meeting with victims and advocates all day, and he ...
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Brand-Name Drugs Increase Cost But Not Patient Satisfaction

(Before It's News) Special Report from ProPublica this post authored by Charles Ornstein This story was co-published with NPR's Shots blog. In recent days, presidential candidates and even the American Medical Association have griped ...
 Before It's News2 days ago Brand-Name Drugs Can Raise Costs Without Boosting Patient Satisfaction  NPR1 week ago Brand-Name Drugs Increase Cost, but That May Be All They Do  Pacific Standard6 days ago Brand-name drugs are more expensive, but don't increase patient satisfaction  Business Insider1 week ago

Privacy not included: Federal law lags far behind new tech

This originally appeared on ProPublica . This story was co-published with the Washington Post . Jacqueline Stokes spotted the home paternity test at her local drugstore in Florida and knew she had to try it. She had no doubts for her own ...
 Salon1 week ago How Your Most Private Healthcare Info Can be Revealed Despite Laws Saying Otherwise  Jewish World Review1 week ago Privateness Not Included: Federal Regulation Lags Behind New Tech  Amazonbug.com1 week ago Federal privacy law lags far behind personal-health technologies  Washington Post2 weeks ago
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Own a Vizio Smart TV? It's Watching You -

by Julia Angwin, originally for ProPublica TV makers are constantly crowing about the tricks their smart TVs can do. But one of the most popular brands has a feature that it's not advertising: Vizio's Smart TVs track your viewing habits and share it ...
 Broadband Reports2 weeks ago Is Your Vizio TV Spying On You?  TWICE2 weeks ago Vizio and Vendors Face Lawsuit Over Tracking Viewers  Response Magazine6 days ago Vizio's Smart TVs are too nosy, class action claims  Consumer Affairs1 week ago

When Businesses Opt Out Of Workers' Comp, Employees May Struggle For Care

As states consider allowing employers to completely opt out of workers' compensation plans, NPR and ProPublica take a look at how the concept has worked
 NPR1 month ago Texas, Oklahoma Permit Companies To Dump Workers' Compensation Plans  NPR1 month ago

Black America is being squeezed: How collection suits decimate communities of color

This originally appeared on ProPublica . On a recent Saturday afternoon, the mayor of Jennings, a St. Louis suburb of about 15,000, settled in before a computer in the empty city council chambers. Yolonda Fountain Henderson, 50, was elected last ...
 Salon1 month ago The Color of Debt: How Collection Suits Squeeze Black Neighborhoods  MSN News US1 month ago

Alabama hospitals are quietly drug testing new mothers — without their consent

This originally appeared on ProPublica . This story was co-published with . In Alabama, a positive drug test can have dire repercussions for pregnant women and new mothers. Their newborns can be taken from them. They can lose custody of ...
 Salon1 month ago New Mothers Tested for Drugs without their Consent by Some Alabama Hospitals  AllGov1 month ago Some Alabama Hospitals may Drug Test New Moms without their Consent  WBHM1 month ago

Big Coal's disgusting cash grab: Miners are being victimized all over again

This originally appeared on ProPublica . This story was co-published with The Daily Beast . There was plenty in the complex deal to benefit bankers, lawyers, executives and hedge fund managers. Patriot Coal Corp. was bankrupt, but its mines ...
 Salon1 month ago
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FP/wire say U.S. FTC has its eye on Valeant Pharma

The Financial Post reports in its Wednesday, Oct. 28, edition that ProPublica, citing unnamed sources, says the United States Federal Trade Commission is looking into whether Valeant Pharmaceuticals International illegally cornered the market for a ...
 Stockwatch1 month ago FTC looking at Valeant's contact lens dealings - ProPublica  Sharenet1 month ago FTC looking at Valeants contact lens dealings - ProPublica  Reuters UK1 month ago Justice Dept., FTC probe Valeant's Bausch & Lomb, Paragon lens operations  MassDevice1 month ago
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