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 seeks $20M from man she met online who didn't tell her about herpes before unprotected sex A woman is suing a man she met online for $20 million for giving her genital herpes and not telling her he had the condition before they had unprotected sex. The plaintiff, who uses the pseudonym “Jane Gold” in court papers, met the man online in ... 12/31/1969 - 7:00 pm | View Link
Woman Sues Ex for Giving Her Herpes Well, here's a good reminder of why it's so important to insist a guy rubbers up before you get it on. A Manhattan woman is suing her ex, whom she dated for two years, for allegedly giving her herpes. Apparently, the man slept with other women, including ... 12/31/1969 - 7:00 pm | View Link
Woman sues former Calvin Klein chief and major Bill Clinton donor for allegedly giving her herpes A woman claims a major Bill Clinton donor and the former boss of Calvin Klein infected her with herpes after they met though a dating website. Arnold Simon is accused of having unprotected sex with the woman and infecting her with the disease despite ... 12/31/1969 - 7:00 pm | View Link
Woman Sues Kris Humphries for Allegedly Giving Her Herpes After 72 days of matrimony, Kim Kardashian has filed for divorce from poorly cast husband Kris… And lest you start drawing conclusions, the passing of the herpes baton occurred in 2010, before Humphries and Kim Kardashian were a thing. Kayla Goldberg ... 12/31/1969 - 7:00 pm | View Link
Woman Claims Rihanna’s Lipstick Gave Her Herpes, Sues A woman has filed a lawsuit against MAC Cosmetics after she says she contracted herpes when she sampled Rihanna’s signature RiRi Woo lipstick earlier this month. 28-year-old Starkeema Greenidge says she stopped by a MAC pop-up shop when she attended the ... 12/31/1969 - 7:00 pm | View Link
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Long-defunct phone booths are scattered throughout the city of Philadelphia, magnets for trash and graffiti. But a member of City Council thinks they could have new life as kiosks that provide wifi and a way to reach emergency responders.
McDonald's said Thursday it will offer fresh beef Quarter Pounders nationwide by the middle of next year, after switching from frozen patties in a number of test markets. The fresh beef, which McDonald's says will be cooked to order, also will be on the chain's Signature Crafted line, which allows
The family of a Boca Raton woman who vanished more than three months ago is seeking the public’s help to find her. They want to know why Loraine Pino, 47, a grandmother with two grandkids, disappeared. “It’s a living nightmare,” said her sister, Rosannie Feliciano. Pino had no medical condition
In the strife-torn country of Venezuela, horseracing rivals baseball as the nation's most beloved sport. Kentucky Derby day is a highly anticipated and widely celebrated day in the republic. Canonero II, a horse with deep connections to the country, is still revered 46 years after his Derby victory.
Start-Up Now, a program designed to help Broward County residents launch a business, is accepting applications for its free program beginning in May. The deadline to apply is April 7. The six-month program helps budding entrepreneurs identify viable products and services in order to move them to