Man Found Guilty for Illegally Selling Drugs Through Social Media, Highlights the Dark Side of Online Platforms

CHARLESTON, South Carolina — A jury has convicted a South Carolina man for advertising the sale of drugs on social media platforms, according to the prosecutor. The verdict was reached after a trial in Charleston and marks a significant outcome in the fight against illegal drug sales in the state. The convicted man, whose name is being withheld due to privacy concerns, was found guilty on charges related to drug distribution and online drug trafficking. The prosecution presented evidence that the man used social media platforms to openly advertise the sale of drugs, reaching a … Read more

Class Action Lawsuit Accuses Temu App of Illegally Accessing Users’ Phone Data

BOSTON (AP) — Temu, a Chinese-owned company, is facing a class-action lawsuit in multiple states over allegations of accessing customer information on their phones. The lawsuit was filed on February 16 by a law firm on behalf of more than a dozen plaintiffs from Massachusetts, California, Illinois, New York, and Virginia. According to the plaintiffs, Temu deliberately loaded its app with malware and spyware and misled customers about how their data is used. A court filing highlighted the complaint, stating that Temu has access to “literally everything” on users’ phones. The online marketplace is also … Read more

Unjust Obstruction: Lawsuit Claims School District Illegally Denying Transgender Student Use of Boys’ Bathroom

Wasilla, Alaska – A lawsuit has been filed against the Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District (MSBSD) alleging that they are unlawfully denying a transgender student access to the boys’ bathroom. The lawsuit argues that this action violates the student’s rights and is discriminatory. The plaintiff, whose identity remains anonymous, identifies as male and has been using the boys’ bathroom at his school without incident. However, the MSBSD recently enacted a policy that restricts transgender students from using the bathroom that aligns with their gender identity. Instead, the district requires these students to use a separate gender-neutral … Read more