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IN THE NEWS: INVESTIGATING CYBER SECURITY BREACHES

NORTHFIELD, Vt. (AP) -- So, what happens when there is a cyber security breach at a company? An official with the Federal Trade Commission suggests the answer is: not much. FTC Commissioner Julie Brill says the organization has looked into hundreds of security breaches at companies across the country -- but it has only sued 53 times. Brill says the FTC tends to file lawsuits only when it finds systematic failures in a company's data security practices. She says "the fact that a company experiences a security breach doesn't mean that the Federal Trade Commission will come calling, let alone will file a lawsuit." Brill was the keynote speaker at a cyber security conference at Norwich University in Vermont.

IN THE NEWS: FORMER NYC MAYOR JOINS ACTIVISION SUIT AGAINST NORIEGA

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (jool-ee-AHN'-ee) says he has jumped into the legal fight between a U.S. video game maker and Panama's former dictator. Giuliani says his firm will take the side of Activision Blizzard in asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Manuel Noriega (nor-ee-AY'-gah). The ex-dictator claims his likeness was used without permission in the 2012 game "Call of Duty: Black Ops II." Giuliani tells The Associated Press he took the case because he doesn't want the imprisoned Noriega to profit from his crimes. The former Panamanian strongman has been convicted of murder, drug trafficking and money laundering.

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