Vibrator Company Says NY Subway Has Sexist Ad Policy

The New York City subway has a sexist double standard on racy advertisements, according to a lawsuit from a Brooklyn vibrator company that says its tasteful ad submissions were arbitrarily banned, though MTA trains are covered in lurid ads for men’s arousal products and erectile dysfunction treatments.

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Uber

A California appeals court affirmed that Uber must comply with San Francisco’s administrative subpoenas for data and records provided to the California Public Utility Commission, as the city and county have broad authority to investigate entities they suspect of violating the law, and had reasonable suspicion that “transportation networking companies” were responsible for most of the city’s moving violations.

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ICE Contractor Faces Suit Over ‘Inhumane’ Van Ride

A five-hour bus trip to bring immigrant detainees from Northern California to Bakersfield turned into a day-long ordeal, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday accusing a Homeland Security contractor of using a windowless van to transport the immigrants in suffocating heat that caused them to vomit and faint.

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