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Facebook ‘intentionally and knowingly’ violated data privacy laws

UK lawmakers have accused Facebook of violating data privacy and competition laws in a report on social media disinformation that also says CEO Mark Zuckerberg showed "contempt" toward parliament by not appearing before them.

Argosy students waiting for more than $9M in financial aid

Students at Argosy University have worked for years toward degrees, but now their school can’t pay its bills. It’s under court-ordered receivership, leaving students without access to thousands of dollars in financial aid.

What else will batteries unlock?

Low-cost, high-energy batteries are beginning to do some really cool things such as replace gas peaker plants, power mainstream vehicles and kick-start electric aviation. Here’s another application to add to the list: slash electric vehicle (EV) demand charges.

Saudi Students’ Flights From U.S. Justice

The Oregonian reports on a series of cases in which Saudi students at U.S. colleges were accused of crimes but disappeared before facing U.S. criminal charges. Two senators introduce legislation calling for investigation of Saudi government's role.

The other victims when colleges decline or close: their hometowns

When Justin Cote and his partner started a vegetable farm six years ago, they landed an important and presumably reliable early client: Nearby Goddard College said it would buy all the Chinese cabbage they could grow.