Data servers, eggs, and memos are all cracking. This week’s Below the Fold covers the CareFirst health care data breach, the Nunes memo that alleges the FBI abused its surveillance authority to target a former foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign, and Panera’s request to the Food and Drug Administration to legally define eggs. Moderator Jessica Blackband, co-Host Natalia Abrahams, and co-Host Eli Richman discuss.
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See the sources:
Eli Richman: In a final appeal to the Supreme Court, CareFirst warns of a ‘flood’ of data breach lawsuits, FierceHealthcare
Natalia Abrahams: Nunes Memo: What’s In It And What’s Not, NPR
Jessica Blackband: Panera petitions FDA for clear definition of ‘egg’ for restaurants, Los Angeles Times