Once Again, YouTube Prevails In Viacom Case YouTube has once again beaten Viacom in the long-running copyright case that the companies have spent the last several years fighting. This marks the second time U.S. District Judge Louis Stanton has taken YouTube’s side in the case, agreeing that the streaming video provider was protected by “safe harbor” provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. More
Woman Sues NFLer Cam Thomas for Giving Her Herpes A woman who is using the alias “Adrienne” is suing Cam Thomas, a defensive lineman for the Pittsburgh Steelers, because she alleges that he infected her with herpes. Adrienne filed the lawsuit in San Diego, where Thomas started 10 games as a nose ... 07/29/2014 - 4:14 am | View Link
Woman Sues Pittsburgh Steeler For Allegedly Infecting Her With Herpes Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle, Camaron Thomas, Is being sued by a woman known simply as Adrienne E. for allegedly infecting her with the herpes virus—Popdust can exclusively report. According to the lawsuit, the two met in 2009 at The Ultimate Sports ... 07/25/2014 - 11:10 am | View Link
Woman Sues MAC After Rihanna’s Lipstick Gave Her Herpes Looks like Rihanna should consider changing the name of her MAC lipstick to ‘Woo! Herpes!’ if this new lawsuit is to be believed. A woman named Starkeema Greenidge is suing the cosmetics company alleging that a particular tube of RiRi’s lipstick ... 05/31/2013 - 7:42 am | View Link
Harlem woman sues after getting herpes from Rihanna-endorsed MAC lipstick at pop-up shop at singer's Barclays concert She wanted her lips to look hot — not inflamed. A Harlem woman claims in a lawsuit that she got herpes at a Rihanna concert in Brooklyn from lipstick the singer endorsed. Starkeema Greenidge, 28, alleges she contracted the virus when a representative of ... 05/30/2013 - 11:23 am | View Link
Please Stop The Music! Woman Sues After Getting Herpes at Rihanna Concert She found more than love in a hopeless place. A 28 year-old Harlem woman is suing MAC Cosmetics after she contracted herpes from a Rihanna-endorsed lipstick at one of the singer’s concerts earlier this month. Starkeema Greenridge was allegedly left ... 05/30/2013 - 10:15 am | View Link
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Lisa King will be the new executive director of Summit Metro Parks. The park commissioners on Wednesday selected King over five other finalists. She will officially become the executive director when the park board meets at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Seiberling Nature Realm, 1828 Smith Road, Akron. She will be paid $124,000 a year and will serve a one-year probationary contract.
Twelve Ohio Republicans in Congress on Wednesday sent a letter to President Barack Obama raising questions about renaming Alaska’s Mount McKinley to Denali. They are seeking an immediate stay of action on the name change and want a full reply to their letter by Sept. 11. They said the federal action ignores congressional jurisdiction and established law.