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Will No One Think Of The Online Daters? N.Y. Bill Would Ban Taking Selfies With Tigers

You can snuggle up to a bear and you can fist bump a monkey, but soon it might be illegal to take a selfie with a tiger in the state of New York. So all you cat-happy love seekers on Tinder and OKCupid are out of luck. Which yes, is apparently a popular photo to post on such services. [More]

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Study: Children’s Food Allergies Come With A $25 Billion A Year Price Tag

Dealing with a food allergy is no walk in the possibly peanut-filled park — any parent who has a child allergic to nuts, dairy or other foods knows it can be tough to deal with. It’s also a bit of pricy problem for the United States, as a new survey says it costs the country $25 billion a year for conditions that affect about 8% of kids. [More]

Woman Accused Of Groping TSA Agent Claims Turnabout Is Fair Play

Woman Accused Of Groping TSA Agent Claims Turnabout Is Fair Play

A woman accused of groping a female Transportation Security Administration agent is claiming that she was just showing the agent the kind of aggressive treatment she herself was subject to during a security screening. And she should know, she says –Â she’s a former TSA agent herself. [More]

Wireless Carriers Band Together To Form Theft-Prevention Database

Wireless Carriers Band Together To Form Theft-Prevention Database

It appears someone has produced a magic ring and activated it, calling U.S. wireless carriers together to create a database that will help protect consumers against cell phone theft. And while the carriers, representing 90% of phone service subscribers, aren’t really superheroes, there are high hopes that this new database will help thwart thieves. [More]

Dutch Court Says You Can't Beat Someone Up & Steal Their Stuff, Whether It's Real Or Virtual

Dutch Court Says You Can't Beat Someone Up & Steal Their Stuff, Whether It's Real Or Virtual

It’s pretty cut and dry when a kid beats up another kid and takes his sneakers, but what if the fighting results in one party having to give up his virtual possessions in an online game? The Dutch Supreme Court says it’s theft no matter what items were stolen, after a youth was beaten and threatened into surrendering his virtual property. [More]