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(BusinessWeek)   JP Morgan doesn't see any "unusual fraud" after being hacked by the Russians. Just the "usual fraud" by their analysts and traders   (businessweek.com) divider line 7
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2014-08-29 08:21:21 AM  
These criminals need to be in prison.
 
2014-08-29 09:40:33 AM  
Company is so big they are suing themselves.
 
2014-08-29 09:53:28 AM  

BalugaJoe: Company is so big they are suing themselves.


Reminds me of a YouTube video I tried to watch about a year ago.  On the Warner Brothers own YT channel.  With a "copyright infringement" notice on the video that Warner Brothers issued on itself.

Wasn't there a case a few years ago where Sony (or Philips?  maybe Apple?) went to court only to find they were suing themselves?
 
2014-08-29 10:04:59 AM  
I told my wife to change our Chase online password*; I hope we only get farked by the American bank and not by the Russian hackers.

*I don't have any idea what data was compromised, and it's probably all we can do anyway short of leaving Chase.
 
2014-08-29 10:52:19 AM  
The Russians hacked in, took a look at what Chase does to its customers on a daily basis, apologized for the interruption, and backed away quietly.
 
2014-08-29 12:04:24 PM  
Its not fraud if you buy the right lawmakers.
Its an investment.
 
2014-08-29 03:20:57 PM  

Xanlexian: BalugaJoe: Company is so big they are suing themselves.

Reminds me of a YouTube video I tried to watch about a year ago.  On the Warner Brothers own YT channel.  With a "copyright infringement" notice on the video that Warner Brothers issued on itself.

Wasn't there a case a few years ago where Sony (or Philips?  maybe Apple?) went to court only to find they were suing themselves?


Microsoft filed an automated DMCA notice to Google telling them to stop linking to msn.com, as they were listing Microsoft products. Apparently the programmer forgot to include an exception for themselves. Google had a good laugh asked someone at microsoft about it, and Microsoft sheepishly withdrew it.

Additionally, when the Simpsons made fun of the extraneous tickers on fox news, News Corp. (Who owns fox news) sued 20th century fox for tarnishing their brand, not realizing they were both owned by the same company. The judge sent a letter saying no action can be taken against an entity suing itself, and the suit was withdrawn.
 
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