Indiana Hotel Guest Charged $350 for Bad Review

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Digg StumbleUpon Email Reddit WhatsAppThe state of Indiana filed suit against the former owner of a hotel for charging Katrina Arthur $350 for posting a negative online review of the Abbey Inn & Suites in Brown County in March 2016. “It was a nightmare,” Arthur told WRTV-TV. “The room was unkempt, and it looked like it hadn’t been cleaned since the last people stayed there. We checked the sheets and I found hair and dirt.” The review, according to Arthur, was an honest account: there was…

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British Secretary of State’s Secret Meetings With Israeli Ambassadors

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Digg StumbleUpon Email Reddit WhatsAppPriti Patel, British Secretary of State in International Development, resigned last week due to a conspicuous breach in regulation when she met with Israeli diplomats upon her two-week holiday over the summer, contradicting her statement of visiting her family. This sudden and covert meet was arranged and violated ministerial protocol, causing her political termination. As the lead of International Development, Patel’s role is supporting and providing needs for the underdeveloped and communities of developing countries. Her duties can vary from education benefits…

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Breaches in cybersecurity are becoming more concerning

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Digg StumbleUpon Email Reddit WhatsAppThe more our society relies on computers and the internet, the more our information is at risk. As of late, there have been multiple reports of issues with cybersecurity–just look at Yahoo, the pioneer of internet search engines, for example. Reuters stated that Yahoo admitted to all 3 billion of its accounts being hacked in the 2013 data theft. This is 2 billion more than what Yahoo had originally estimated at the beginning of the investigation. Apparently, the stolen data did not…

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