Marriott hotel was recently fined $600,000 by the Federal Trade Commission as the result of an investigation confirming that they had illegally blocked guests from accessing their own personal Wi-Fi or hotspots. The investigation began after multiple complaints were received from participants and guests of a convention in Nashville, TN held at a Marriott property. […]

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The proof is in the pudding or in this case Target’s Quarterly Reports. Recall that over the holidays 110 million Target customers’ personal information was compromised. In what is being called one of the largest data breaches in history, Target’s headquarters confirmed that in addition to the 40 million customers whose credit and debit card […]

Why You Need An Identity Theft Attorney If you are like most people, at some point over the holidays, you shopped at Target; and, chances are that you are one of the 110 million people whose personal information has been compromised.  In what is being called one of the largest data breaches in history, Target’s […]

Throughout Houston, plate recognition cameras are gaining way and becoming a standard tool used by law enforcement officials. Police officers have indicated that they are using these license plate readers as a crime-fighting tool. Of course, these automatic license plate readers are also striking controversy across the nation, as people feel it is invading their […]

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