According to an advisory issued by the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario and the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia: “LifeLabs advised our offices that cyber criminals penetrated the company’s systems, extracting data and demanding a ransom. LifeLabs retained outside cybersecurity consultants to investigate and assist with restoring the security of the data.” … [Read more...] about Hackers steal data for 15 million patients, then sell it back to lab that lost it
Jay z donated 15 million to nipsey
A postseason baseball game in which the benches clear on multiple occasions is pretty interesting — the kind of thing that gets some extra attention on nightly highlight shows. The same could be said for a game that was played under protest, after an obscure rule came into play. Same goes for an oddity like a team making an error on three consecutive plays. And for a game that included a dramatic, late-inning homer in front of fans hungry for a postseason series victory. But cram all that and more into one long string of chaotic events, as the Blue Jays and Rangers did in the seventh inning of the winner-take-all fifth game of the ALDS on Wednesday night, and you’ve got the wildest inning you’ll ever see. … [Read more...] about The Blue Jays and Rangers Played the Wildest Inning You’ll Ever See on Wednesday Night
Why it's here: Close to shopping, restaurants, and museums, this adorable 1951 ranch was recently updated with granite counters, double farm sink, custom built-ins, and hardwood floors. The dining room is being used as an art studio by the current owner, and there's also an unfinished walk-out basement. … [Read more...] about Sacked! Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari’s Discounted Mansion Is the Week’s Most Popular Home
Paradoxically, of course, a washing machine that lasts forever is not going to do much good for the economy - or for people in the developing world who can't afford new ones. In terms of a philosophy of wise recycling, Minter exhorts the media to "stop stigmatizing the trade in secondhand - especially the immigrant and ethnic-minority businesses that make up most of it. Instead, it needs to recognize secondhand as a globally significant industry and start covering it as such. From Mexico to Ghana to India, secondhand is the consumer economy. But good luck finding any quality, consistent news coverage." … [Read more...] about Book World: What really happens to all that unwanted stuff you donate?
Talking about her son’s gesture, Juhi said: “I recall he had mentioned to me that 500 million animals have been killed in the Australian bushfires and he asked me ‘what are you doing about it?’ I said I’m helping plant trees in our country in the Cauvery Calling project.” … [Read more...] about Juhi Chawla’s son donates Rs 28,000 from pocket money to Australian bushfire relief