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Destiny 2 Troll Gets Sued As Studio Opens Up About Impact Of Toxicity

Destiny 2 Troll Gets Sued As Studio Opens Up About Impact Of Toxicity

Image: Bungie Bungie is taking a Destiny 2 troll to court. The freshly minted PlayStation studio filed a lawsuit last Friday accusing one of the loot shooter’s players of serially cheating and harassing its developers. The complaint comes as toxic elements within the Destiny fanbase have led Bungie to be more tight-lipped about its decision …

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Daily Harvest sued over illness linked to lentils, but cause remains a medical mystery

Daily Harvest sued over illness linked to lentils, but cause remains a medical mystery

Problems continue to mount for Daily Harvest, a popular vegan food company that ships directly to customers. On Monday, an Oklahoma woman, Carol Ann Ready, sued the company, alleging she was hospitalized after eating its “French Lentil + Leek Crumbles” and had to get her gallbladder removed. At least 470 people have reported illnesses after …

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Texans are sued for enabling Deshaun Watson's alleged misconduct - ProFootballTalk

Texans are sued for enabling Deshaun Watson’s alleged misconduct – ProFootballTalk

Getty Images When the news broke last week that Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson had reached settlements in 20 of the 24 civil cases pending against him, many wondered whether attorney Tony Buzbee would proceed with his vow to sue the Texans for their alleged role in enabling Watson’s alleged misconduct. An answer has arrived, in …

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'Mysterious' company sued to expose billionaire’s Twitter critic. It didn't go well.

‘Mysterious’ company sued to expose billionaire’s Twitter critic. It didn’t go well.

Law firms Related documents (Reuters) – A company with “mysterious” origins and a “vague” business model tried to use the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to force Twitter to disclose the identity of an anonymous user who criticized private-equity billionaire Brian Sheth. That strategy backfired in quite spectacular fashion on Tuesday: A San Francisco federal judge …

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