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Effective August 1, Facebook will no longer permit third-party tools to automatically post to “Profiles.”
Facebook is sunsetting its API which allows users to automatically post updates to their “Profile Page” or News Feed. Only the Facebook API allowing automatic posts to Facebook Pages, will remain. View Full Post
A recent change in immigration policy is adversely impacting a vulnerable population, and is likely to have a chilling effect on immigrants reporting crime and cooperating with law enforcement. Undocumented immigrant victims of domestic abuse, who prior to the updated guidance could freely file petitions for U Nonimmigrant status or Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) self-petitions without fear of bringing on deportation proceedings, now may suffer the very real repercussions of an unfavorable petition or application. View Full Post
There’s a battle brewing in Michigan…and this time it isn’t over college football.
In May 2018, the Michigan Civil Rights Commission issued a statement re-interpreting the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act, the state civil rights law, to cover discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. View Full Post
The company removed 32 pages and accounts from Facebook and Instagram for “coordinated inauthentic behavior.”
The National Risk Management Center will give critical infrastructure companies much needed-support when under cyberattack.
Poultry industry data company Agri Stats Inc. lost its bid to trim down the scope of a request for electronic documents in a lawsuit accusing chicken producers of […]
In an effort to stay afloat, MoviePass will raise prices and limit availability.
An attorney won’t be sanctioned for failing to discover that his client had lied about when digital photos were taken in order to support her case against New […]
A consumer suit alleging Synchrony Bank’s debt collection agency sent illegal collection notices may proceed as a certified class action, the Sixth Circuit affirmed July 30. The notices […]