Facebook could be forced to pay you nearly $8G after ‘disaster’ hack attack that left 50M users exposed

Hacked Facebook users could be owed as much as 6,000 pounds ($7,800) in compensation as a result of the security breach revealed last week. Legal experts have told The Sun that damages could run into the “thousands” for anyone affected by the hack — if you can prove you felt distressed. Continue Reading

Gov. Cooper Announces $18.5 Million to Provide Temporary Recovery Jobs to North Carolinians Affected by Hurricane Florence

North Carolina has won $18.5 million to hire North Carolinians from areas hit hard by Hurricane Florence to work on recovery efforts, Governor Roy Cooper announced today. The funds come from a grant requested by the North Carolina Department of Commerce’s Division of Workforce Solutions and awarded by the U.S. Continue Reading

Facebook Already Hit With A Lawsuit Tied To The Latest Data Breach

BY ADAM ROSENBERG That didn’t take long. Hours after Facebook revealed that at least 50 million users were “directly affected” by a data breach, two of the social network’s users have come together in a class-action lawsuit. It started early on Friday. Facebook alerted users that a security issue had been discovered on Continue Reading

NC Governor Cooper Orders Mosquito Control for Disaster Counties

Due to the increased populations of mosquitoes caused by flooding from Hurricane Florence, Governor Roy Cooper ordered $4 million to fund mosquito control efforts in counties currently under a major disaster declaration. Those counties include: Bladen, Beaufort, Brunswick, Carteret, Columbus, Craven, Cumberland, Duplin, Harnett, Hoke, Hyde, Johnston, Jones, Lee, Lenoir, Continue Reading

Yom Kippur: A Time to Repent!

By Callie Mitchell, SAVED News International Editorialist Correspondent, Jerusalem, Israel Fall Holy Days came early this year, all falling in September. Usually I write about the feasts from Leviticus 23 in advance so you all can participate with your church communities and families, but oftentimes, it isn’t until after the Continue Reading