The FDA is weighing a possible rule change that would make birth control pills available without a prescription from a doctor for the very first time. This comes as manufacturer HRA Pharma seeks approval for its over the counter drug Opill. In a document released last Friday, however, FDA officials raised concerns about patients with a history of breast cancer who should not take the drug and those who reported taking it improperly.  The agency is expected to make a decision by this summer.


A new report from cyber threat intelligence firm SpyCloud found unsafe internet habits from employees of Fortune 1000 companies. The report identified 2 billion "cookies" — the saved data in your browser that helps keep track of your online activity — on the dark web. It also found that 62 percent of employees who had been exposed used the same passwords after getting hacked. Finally, the report found that telecommunications companies such as AT&T and Verizon were uniquely vulnerable to hacking, data breaches, and leaked passwords. 

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