Virtual escape game to educate young people about consumer rights

EU leaders hope to use the game to teach young people about their consumer rights, after a proliferation of online spending and apps over the past two years. The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Consumers has set up what is described as an educational escape game aimed at 16-24 year olds. …

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Cyber ​​security culture survey launched

Anna collard An ITWeb survey on cybersecurity culture, conducted in partnership with KnowBe4, has been put online. The aim of the survey is to better understand the state (or perception thereof) of cybersecurity culture among South African organizations. Anna Collard, Senior Vice President of Content Strategy and Evangelist at KnowBe4 …

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How digital insurance policy documents can make your life easier

The insurance policy document is essential for filing a claim as it contains all the details of the insurance coverage and sets out all the benefits, conditions and exclusions, if applicable. It also contains the contact details of the insurer. The policy document is also important because it contains all …

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Survey: 90% of borrowers regret having taken out a personal loan

DebtHammer.org results show 80% say their short-term loan made their financial situation worse instead of helping them Low-income households see savings as impossible, but with the right strategy, it is possible to build up an emergency fund that can avoid the need for payday loans. – Dr Robert H. Scott …

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Beauty Pitch Alert: GlossWire Announces Top 12 Finalists in Global Pitch Competition | New

SEATTLE – (BUSINESS WIRE) – December 1, 2021– GlossWire is delighted to announce the finalists for its global virtual pitch competition. Finalists will have the opportunity to present their brand stories to a panel of esteemed judges on Thursday, December 2 at 4:00 pm EST for a grand prize of …

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‘Expiration’ Date Labels Needed to Guide Australians in Purchases of White Goods and Electronics, Report Says | Australia News

Home appliances and electronics must be clearly labeled with repair information and “expiration” dates, according to a new report from the Productivity Commission. The Right to Repair Commission report found that the labeling system should be tested in Australia. The commission spent the last year examining Australia’s so-called “right to …

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EwDoor botnet targets AT&T network edge devices in U.S. businesses

A recently discovered botnet attacks unpatched AT&T corporate network edge devices using exploits for a four-year-old critical severity blind command injection security vulnerability. The botnet, nicknamed Ew Holder by researchers at Qihoo 360’s Network Security Research Lab (360 Netlab), targets AT&T customers using EdgeMarc Enterprise Session Border Controller (ESBC) devices. …

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Pennsylvania cosmetics company sued for $ 65 million by L’Oréal says its insurance company should have warned them

A legal battle over liquid foundation makeup resulted in a lawsuit against a Pennsylvania company for $ 65 million by L’Oréal. Now this company is going after its insurers. The complicated story of the corporate intrigue comes from the voice of citizens, who reports that Process Technologies and Packaging LLC …

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Benefits of Payday Loans – BOSS Magazine

Reading time: 2 minutes Payday loans are short term, high interest loans that cash strapped people take out to meet their needs. The risks of payday loans may seem quite high but compared to their benefits, the risks seem low. Many people with low incomes (less than $ 40,000 per …

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Increased risk of deer-related accidents in the fall | New

Officials have reminded drivers of the higher risk of deer-related accidents in the fall and that insurance companies cannot add extra to car insurance premiums for such accidents. “Under Pennsylvania law, an accident involving a deer or other wildlife is considered a no-fault accident, and insurers cannot add extra to …

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