Corporate Crime Blotter

May 23: Nigerian gov't suing for ~$6.4 BILLION on behalf of communities affected by 2011 . https://t.co/Plwanlo4Jf
May 23: 4 UofCA@Berkeley students are suing for scanning their emails without consent to mine for data https://t.co/grUYQwCeXC
May 23: to spend $100 MILLION to compensate ~168,000 consumers of 2016 Enclave, Traverse & Acadia for false MPG stickers https://t.co/pXiqfV17T3
May 23: : van software that terminates under certain conditions "to protect engine" is legal https://t.co/8va2M6e7Am
May 22: lawsuit: devices too inaccurate to track heart-rate or fitness, but marketing implies otherwise https://t.co/o53Zkx7ozo
May 19: Lawsuit: , , , , and rigged global SSA bond prices since 2005 https://t.co/3PsdokI8Wl
May 18: "Majority of mortgages issued during don't have chain of title proving that banks actually own them" https://t.co/GOspXiFfI5
May 18: president / COO & VP resign after company admits falsifying data for 25 years — CEO remains https://t.co/dabsNiHGM4
May 18: Japan's 4th-largest automaker admits it didn't follow govt rules to test fuel efficiency of 2.1 million cars https://t.co/JfdOn7oxUk
May 17: Multiple lawsuits say co-formulant in besides are not as as claims https://t.co/kYzj28axlp

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