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Uber Sues Insurer for Refusing to Cover NYC Drivers in Crashes

Uber Technologies Inc. sued an auto liability insurer for what it says is a consistent pattern of failing to honor coverage for New York City ride-share drivers who get into accidents. American Transit Insurance Co.’s “unreasonable practices” handling claims has … Source: Claims Journal

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FTX Investors Sue Sullivan & Cromwell, Say Law Firm Aided Fraud

FTX investors sued Sullivan & Cromwell, accusing the law firm of aiding illicit schemes that helped advance a multi-billion dollar fraud before the crypto exchange’s collapse. Sullivan & Cromwell’s services “went well beyond those a law firm should and ordinarily … Source: Claims Journal

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FBI, UK Crime Agency Say They Have Disrupted LockBit Cyber Gang

A coalition of international law enforcement agencies, including the FBI and UK National Crime Agency, said they have disrupted LockBit, one of the most prolific hacker groups of all time, including shutting down websites the organization used for ransomware payments. … Source: Claims Journal

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Waymo Recalls 444 Self-Driving Vehicles Over Software Error

Alphabet’s Waymo unit has recalled 444 self-driving vehicles after two minor collisions in quick succession in Arizona because a software error could result in them inaccurately predicting the movement of a towed vehicle. All of the vehicles are in the … Source: Claims Journal

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Google Announces Free AI Cyber Tools to Bolster Online Security

Alphabet Inc.’s Google announced an initiative to provide artificial intelligence tools and investments to bolster online security, as the emerging technology is increasingly used to both protect against and perpetrate cybercrime. Google will introduce a new open-source resource powered by … Source: Claims Journal

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Hackers Exploit Ad Tools to Track Victims, Boosting Scam Efforts

Cybercriminals are using advertising tools to make their scams as “clickable” as possible. In a new kind of email phishing tactic, hackers are sending malicious PDF attachments containing a link that’s registered through an advertising network, security researchers from HP … Source: Claims Journal

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