TN Attorney General Joins Lawsuit Against Google

Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III Has Joined With Attorney Generals From 37 Other States In A Lawsuit Against California-Based Google. The Lawsuit Alleges That The Company Violated State And Federal Antitrust Laws.

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Inmates In Possession Of Cell Phones May Now Face Felony Charges

Tennessee Inmates In Possession Of A Cell Phone, Or Any Telecommunications Device While Inside A Penal Institution, May Be Charged With A Class E Felony, Effective July 1st, 2021.

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Tennessee Inmate Runs International Crime Network

According To Prosecutors, A Tennessee Inmate Spent At Least Three Years Running An International Crime Ring From Inside The Prison, Orchestrated A Number Of Violent Acts As Well As Instructed The Flow Of Cash From Drug Sales Between Middle TN And Mexico.

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Facebook Sued For Monopolistic Practices By 48 States And Federal Trade Commission

Lawsuit Claims Facebook Has Used Its Social Media Monopoly Power And Dominance To Eliminate Smaller Rivals And Competition, Monetize Consumer Data And Stifle Innovation. User Privacy Breaches Are Also Cited As Well As Anti-Competitive Practices.

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