A robot for the food delivery market first debuted at George Mason University in January 2019 from Starship Technologies (Starship). Starship did minimal marketing for these new robots for package and food delivery, but students found them, found the app, and then started requesting package and food delivery. It took off from there.

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Following its data breach in 2014, Home Depot was sued by thousands of financial institutions requesting recovery of costs associated with the issuance of new credit and debit cards to 50 million individuals affected by the breach.

Last week, an Alabama federal judge approved a proposed settlement with the financial institutions for $27.25 million.

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The Illinois Department of Employment Security has revealed that somewhere between 1.2 million and 1.4 million Illinois residents who have received unemployment benefits from the State of Illinois have had their names, dates of birth and Social Security numbers compromised through a hacking of its vendor’s database. The residents are those seeking jobs and using

Since 1958, when the Supreme Court held that the State of Alabama’s attempt to compel the NAACP to disclose its membership lists infringed on the members’ constitutional rights to freedom of speech and assembly, charities and donors have expected donor information to remain confidential. However, recent developments in New York have thrown that expectation into question.

Most 501(c)(3) public charities annually file IRS Form 990 (or Form 990-EZ), which is a public document. Public charities that receive more than $5,000 from a single donor, if the amount exceeds 2 percent of total contributions for the year, must complete Schedule B, and provide the names, addresses, and total contributions received from all such donors. Unlike the rest of Form 990, Schedule B information is confidential. The Internal Revenue Code prohibits the IRS from disclosing Schedule B, and permits public charities to redact Schedule B.
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