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Judge allows Facebook to ask appeals panel if hundreds of workers belong in OT pay class action

By Dan Churney | Apr 10, 2019

A Chicago federal judge has granted Facebook's request to allow a federal appeals panel to weigh in on whether the judge had properly allowed a group of 450 Facebook employees to move forward with a class action accusing the company of shorting them overtime pay, as Facebook asserts a large number of those worker pay disputes are barred by arbitration agreements.

Woman shot in Paris attacks sues Twitter, Facebook, Google over ISIS social media use

By Scott Holland | Mar 6, 2018

An Illinois resident who was shot during terrorist attacks in Paris in 2015 is suing Twitter, Facebook and Google, which owns YouTube, saying the companies’ policies allow organizing of and recruiting for such attacks in a manner that violates federal antiterrorism laws.

Challenger in Cook County Assessor's race asks court to unmask creators of sham campaign websites

By Jonathan Bilyk | Oct 18, 2017

A Democrat running to unseat incumbent Cook County Assessor Joe Berrios has asked a court to help him unmask the people he claims are responsible for creating sham websites and social media pages for his campaign.

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