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Biden Admin Will Share Millions of AstraZeneca Vaccine Doses Worldwide

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Politico: The Biden administration is preparing to send up to 60 million AstraZeneca doses to countries in need over the next several months, once a federal safety review is conducted, according to two senior Biden administration officials. The company has produced about 10 million doses of the vaccine for the U.S. but the ... Read More »

Network Security Company Proofprint Goes Private In $12.3 Billion Deal

Private equity firm Thoma Bravo has announced plans to acquire cybersecurity company Proofpoint in a deal worth $12.3 billion. VentureBeat reports: Founded in 2002 by former Netscape CTO Eric Hahn, Proofpoint was originally known for an email security product that helped businesses identify spam, viruses, and other electric correspondence that might contravene company policies. In the subsequent years, the Sunnyvale, ... Read More »

Lambda School Reaches Settlement with DFPI, Agreeing To End Deceptive Educational Financing Practices

The California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (DFPI) today finalized a settlement with San Francisco-based Lambda, which removes deceptive language from Lambda School’s student contracts, clarifying for students that this type of financing can be discharged in a bankruptcy filing. From a report: The language violates the new California Consumer Financial Protection Law (CCFPL), which took effect this year ... Read More »

Police Investigating Arson After Pornhub CEO’s Mansion Goes Up In Flames

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: A mansion owned by Feras Antoon, a Pornhub executive, was torched in an apparent arson last night. Police told VICE they were initially called to a property in Montreal’s upper class Ahuntsic-Cartierville neighborhood at 11:30 P.M when two people were spotted trespassing on the property. Julien Levesque, a media relations officer for ... Read More »