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22 Jul 19
BestySells

Price: [price_with_discount](as of [price_update_date] – Details)   ❤ NELIUYA Women's Asymmetrical Long Sleeve Dress, Mid Length, Knee Length: ❤ From a wedding reception to a fun family night out, this pretty dress is a must-have for all fall occasions! ❤ We love the light and wonderfully soft material – you will wear it all day! […]

22 Jul 19
CBS Los Angeles
NEW YORK (AP) — Equifax has agreed to pay $700 million, potentially more, to settle with the federal authorities and states over its 2017 data breach that exposed the Social Security numbers and other private information of nearly 150 million people, roughly half of the U.S. population, including 15 million Californians. The settlement with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Federal Trade Commission, as well as 48 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, would provide up to $425 million in monetary relief to consumers, a $100 million civil money penalty, and other relief. The breach was one of the largest ever to threaten the private information. The consumer reporting company, based in Atlanta, did not detect the attack for more than six weeks. The compromised data included Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses, driver license numbers, credit card numbers and in some cases, data from passports. The breach resulted in the abrupt dismissal of Equifax’s then CEO, as well as numerous other executives at the company. “The (settlement) that we are announcing today reinforces our commitment to putting consumers first and safeguarding their data – and reflects the seriousness with which we take this matter,” said Equifax CEO Mark Begor. Equifax stock, which plunged 30% in the days following the disclosure of the breach, have returned to levels where they traded before the incident. Shares of Equifax rose 2% to $140.26. A share cost $141.45 in the hours before the breach was disclosed on Sept. 7, 2017. The relief is coming in multiple forms. Equifax will pay initially $380.5 million into a fund to cover potential identity theft that was caused as a result of the breach, as well as any costs that a potential victim had to pay for credit monitoring. An additional $125 million would be paid additionally by Equifax if victims’ out-of-pocket expenses end up depleting the initial fund. Equifax could also potentially pay $2 billion to cover credit monitoring services if all 147 million victims sign up for credit monitoring services. Victims of Equifax’s breach will be eligible for up to 10 years of credit monitoring services for free, seven years of identity-restoration services, and six free copies of Equifax’s credit reports per year for the next seven years. That’s on top of the free credit reports each U.S. resident is eligible for from the credit reporting companies under U.S. law. If consumers choose not to enroll in the free credit monitoring product, they may seek up to $125 as a reimbursement for the cost of a credit-monitoring product of their choice. Consumers must submit a claim in order to receive free credit monitoring or cash reimbursements. Equifax will have to spend at least $1 billion over five years to enhance its cybersecurity practices. On top of that, Equifax will have to pay a $100 million fine to the CFPB, and pay tens of millions of dollars to states and territories to settle those lawsuits as well. “Companies that profit from personal information have an extra responsibility to protect and secure that data,” said FTC Chairman Joe Simons. “Equifax failed to take basic steps that may have prevented the breach that affected approximately 147 million consumers. This settlement requires that the company take steps to improve its data security going forward, and will ensure that consumers harmed by this breach can receive help protecting themselves from identity theft and fraud.” Consumer advocates were generally positive on the settlement, but had concerns on the timescale of the settlement. Because the thieves stole permanently identifiable information like Social Security numbers and birthdates, the data could be used for decades to commit identity theft. “What happens if a consumer is the victim of ID theft in the fifth year resulting from the breach, which costs the consumer tens of thousands of dollars?,” said Chi Chi Wu, staff attorney at National Consumer Law Center. The settlement must still be approved by the federal district court in the Northern District of Georgia. For information on the terms of the settlement, as well as to file a claim, potential victims should click here. (© Copyright 2019 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
22 Jul 19
FOX2now.com

Sharks are known to stalk and sniff out prey before they attack. But all this newly discovered shark species has to do is glow in the dark, and the prey comes to them. The 5 1/2-inch American Pocket Shark is the first of its kind to be discovered in the Gulf of Mexico, according to […]

22 Jul 19
kplr11.com

Sharks are known to stalk and sniff out prey before they attack. But all this newly discovered shark species has to do is glow in the dark, and the prey comes to them. The 5 1/2-inch American Pocket Shark is the first of its kind to be discovered in the Gulf of Mexico, according to […]

22 Jul 19
WSPA 7News
NEW YORK (AP) — Equifax has agreed to pay $700 million, potentially more, to settle with the federal authorities and states over its 2017 data breach that exposed the Social Security numbers and other private information of nearly 150 million people, roughly half of the U.S. population. The settlement with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Federal Trade Commission, as well as 48 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, would provide up to $425 million in monetary relief to consumers, a $100 million civil money penalty, and other relief. The breach was one of the largest ever to threaten the private information. The consumer reporting company, based in Atlanta, did not detect the attack for more than six weeks. The compromised data included Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses, driver license numbers, credit card numbers and in some cases, data from passports. The breach resulted in the abrupt dismissal of Equifax’s then CEO, as well as numerous other executives at the company. “The (settlement) that we are announcing today reinforces our commitment to putting consumers first and safeguarding their data – and reflects the seriousness with which we take this matter,” said Equifax CEO Mark Begor. Equifax stock, which plunged 30% in the days following the disclosure of the breach, have returned to levels where they traded before the incident. Shares of Equifax rose 2% to $140.26. A share cost $141.45 in the hours before the breach was disclosed on Sept. 7, 2017. The relief is coming in multiple forms. Equifax will pay initially $380.5 million into a fund to cover potential identity theft that was caused as a result of the breach, as well as any costs that a potential victim had to pay for credit monitoring. An additional $125 million would be paid additionally by Equifax if victims’ out-of-pocket expenses end up depleting the initial fund. Equifax could also potentially pay $2 billion to cover credit monitoring services if all 147 million victims sign up for credit monitoring services. Victims of Equifax’s breach will be eligible for up to 10 years of credit monitoring services for free, seven years of identity-restoration services, and six free copies of Equifax’s credit reports per year for the next seven years. That’s on top of the free credit reports each U.S. resident is eligible for from the credit reporting companies under U.S. law. If consumers choose not to enroll in the free credit monitoring product, they may seek up to $125 as a reimbursement for the cost of a credit-monitoring product of their choice. Consumers must submit a claim in order to receive free credit monitoring or cash reimbursements. Equifax will have to spend at least $1 billion over five years to enhance its cybersecurity practices. On top of that, Equifax will have to pay a $100 million fine to the CFPB, and pay tens of millions of dollars to states and territories to settle those lawsuits as well. “Companies that profit from personal information have an extra responsibility to protect and secure that data,” said FTC Chairman Joe Simons. “Equifax failed to take basic steps that may have prevented the breach that affected approximately 147 million consumers. This settlement requires that the company take steps to improve its data security going forward, and will ensure that consumers harmed by this breach can receive help protecting themselves from identity theft and fraud.” Consumer advocates were generally positive on the settlement, but had concerns on the timescale of the settlement. Because the thieves stole permanently identifiable information like Social Security numbers and birthdates, the data could be used for decades to commit identity theft. “What happens if a consumer is the victim of ID theft in the fifth year resulting from the breach, which costs the consumer tens of thousands of dollars?,” said Chi Chi Wu, staff attorney at National Consumer Law Center. The settlement must still be approved by the federal district court in the Northern District of Georgia. For information on the terms of the settlement, as well as to file a claim, potential victims should go to https://www.equifaxbreachsettlement.com.
22 Jul 19
stitchnsewcreates

Confession I actually made these pants in May 2018 but I hadn’t actually got around to blogging about them. I was after some simple pull on elastic waisted pants, a wardrobe staple. After going through my pattern stash I decided I would try Simplicity 1446. The pattern looked fairly easy and it was what I […]

22 Jul 19
MEALAMI

It is important for the little mystery boutique to create products that do not use leather-based. They are looking to do their element to help people live a greater compassionate way of life. They do now not like hurting animals and they care approximately the surroundings. Their vegan leather merchandise are designed by way of […]

22 Jul 19
Heavy Feather Review

Part One Just three days before the White House National Security Advisor would be forced to resign—four days before Russia would deploy a missile violating a Cold War era arms treaty—a meme of world leaders awkwardly shaking hands with #notherpresident was making its rounds. And Andie was sitting in a DC hospital, phone in palm, […]

22 Jul 19
Rowe Pottery Blog

Hello to all and happy Monday! Last week, a heat wave ran through our part of the country and boy oh boy was it HOT. We’re talking swimming through the air, sweat everywhere when standing, need to be in the water, hot. After a torrential downpour, we have been blessed with the perfect summer weather, […]

22 Jul 19
TV Aerials Sunderland

Cristiano Ronaldo won’t face criminal charges after a woman accused him of raping her at a Las Vegas resort in 2009. from Pocket https://www.theguardian.com/football/2019/jul/22/cristiano-ronaldo-rape-allegations-no-criminal-charges-las-vegas via TV/a>

22 Jul 19
News Directory

One woman was called by insects and she had an immediate response; Another developed migraines two years after she ran through a park and found herself covered with ticks. Colleen Merk from Stafford County and Kara Karl of Spotsylvania County spent tens of thousands of dollars each one, as their properties further reinforced problems. Specialists […]

22 Jul 19

If you ever need proof that God is a woman , just take a look at Her greatest accomplishments___the female form. Tall or short, strong and muscular, round and curvy , to me there is nothing in this world more wonderful to behold than a woman who is confident, gutsy, and healthy. Have been away […]

22 Jul 19
Olusegun Egbeyinka

CHAPTER ONE It was very faint and almost unreal at first, like the calling of one’s name in the throng of very deep sleep. Then slowly, like the siren of an approaching car, the noise grew in intensity, and then it hit him, hard, like a punch from a mad boxer. The screams of pain […]

22 Jul 19
Wireless Alarm Installation

Cash-back credit cards often take a backseat to travel reward cards. And it’s true that getting free airfare or upgrading your hotel stay through the power of your points feels somehow glitzier than a statement credit. But wouldn’t you rather have money back at the end of the month? from Pocket https://twocents.lifehacker.com/should-you-get-a-cash-back-credit-card-1836601733 via Best Home […]

22 Jul 19
TV Aerials Sunderland

One face has always stood out from a picture on the clubhouse wall at Western Gailes Golf Club. Rory McIlroy’s participation in the 2007 European Amateur Team Championship in Ayrshire, as won by Ireland, came just days before an Open Championship debut at Carnoustie. from Pocket https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2019/jul/22/shane-lowry-life-different-open-golf-2019 via TV/a>