Two FTC Lawyers, Accused of Retaliating Against Company, Seek Immunity

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Two Federal Trade Commission lawyers should be shielded from liability for their roles in a data-breach case the agency brought against a medical-test company, the U.S. Justice Department told a federal appeals court Thursday.

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  • O.W. Holmes

    Tiversa did try to blackmail LabMD, and the Obama administration‘s FTC did collude with Tiversa in an effort to extort money from LabMD for more spending on hapless single mothers and community organizing. Meanwhile, the mendacious Sheer and Yodaiken best not vest too much hope in the SCOTUS‘s Abbasi decision last year. After all, the Bush administration officials implicated in that collection of cases had actually acted in good faith with the safety and security of the nation at stake. All the FTC did was hector an innovative company into oblivion in pursuit of free money. And Justices Roberts, Kennedy, Thomas, Alito and Gorsuch aren‘t likely to take kindly to that.

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