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3 more US firm to file suit against Infosys

After Rosen Law Firm, three more US investors rights law firms including Bragar Eagel and Squire will file a class-action lawsuit against Infosys after a group of whistle-blowers alleged unethical accounting practices. As per the media report, the law offices of Howard G Smith said that a class-action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of investors who purchased Infosys securities. Investors majorly lost from the share price drop following the recent allegations. Src: https://bit.ly/367HPQo

Do you stand with @Infosys

I stand with @Infosys

10 votes

I don’t

21 votes

Adobe’s more than 700 million software users data exposed

Adobe Inc. has exposed the data of its 7.5 million creative software customers. Adobe has rectified the vulnerability on the same day and it shut off public access to a database of customer email addresses. The company posted on the website and wrote that the issue was not connected to nor did it affect the operation of any Adobe core products or services and they are reviewing development processes to prevent issues occurring in the future. Src: https://bit.ly/36hwjlw

Do you stand with @AdobeInc.

I stand with @AdobeInc.

8 votes

I don’t

20 votes

We broke our employees’ trust and want to find the ways to restore it: Sundar Pichai

The leaked video issued by Washington Post, of Google’s internal meeting which was organized to address a number of issues of employees at its office in California shows Sundar Pichai the CEO of the company saying that the company is built upon trust as the foundation brick and admitted that the company has broken the trust of its employees and is in search of the ways to restore it. Src: https://bit.ly/2NkWtey

Great/Sad @SundarPichai

That's Great @SundarPichai

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That's Sad @SundarPichai

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NASA set to send New VIPER Lunar Rover to Map Water Ice on the Moon

NASA is set to send a mobile robot to the South Pole of the Moon that will help to get a close-up view of the location and concentration of water ice in the region and for the first time ever, NASA will sample the water ice at the same pole where the first woman and next man will land in 2024 under the Artemis program. The VIPER mission will give NASA the surface-level detail of where the water is and how much is accessible for use. The discovery will help in taking a step closer towards NASA’s ultimate goal of a sustainable, long-term presence on the Moon – making it possible to eventually explore Mars and beyond. Src: https://go.nasa.gov/2qKnErj

Do you stand with @NASA

I stand with @NASA

10 votes

I don’t

20 votes