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Increased Vehicle Thefts During COVID-19

Increased Vehicle Thefts During COVID-19

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If you thought the bad old days of Mean Streets-type street crime were over, think again. The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has caused automobile vehicle thefts to spike 63 percent in New York City. The trend is not limited to the Big Apple. Metropolitan areas around the country, such as Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, and…Read the article
Are Aging Dams Ticking Time Bombs?

Are Aging Dams Ticking Time Bombs?

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In general, time heals all wounds and degrades all things. If these general principles apply to the nation’s dams, and they probably do, the recent Michigan dam failures could be just the beginning. One national safety and advocacy group says more than 2,000 dams in the United States are deficient and highly likely to fail.…Read the article
Untold Truths Behind Cyber Security and Data Breaches

Untold Truths Behind Cyber Security and Data Breaches

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According to one security report from BBC News, data breaches are a time bomb that allows the customer’s privacy to be violated and their information to be exposed. Another article from the same source reveals that criminals on the internet can see through your smart cameras and baby monitors when they are on their default…Read the article
Cómo mantener a tu familia segura durante el brote de COVID

Cómo mantener a tu familia segura durante el brote de COVID

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Hace unas semanas el COVID-19 principalmente afectaba a personas en lugares que muchos neoyorquinos (incluyendo a muchas personas que trabajamos en esta oficina) no conocían. Luego se identificó un caso en el “Tri-State área”, seguido de otro y de otro. Rápidamente ocurrió lo inimaginable. El número de casos súbitamente triplicó y el Gobernador Cuomo declaró…Read the article
DOJ Goes After Fake Robocalls, Phone Scams

DOJ Goes After Fake Robocalls, Phone Scams

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According to a press release that was released at the end of March, from the United States Department of Justice, telecommunications carriers from both New York and Arizona have been banned from transmitting fake robocalls in large volumes. The bans come after orders were given in 2 cases in New York’s Eastern District. VoIP Calls…Read the article
Biometrics Information in the Workplace

Biometrics Information in the Workplace

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Biometrics Information in the Workplace Technology is everywhere around us, from our smart appliances to our healthcare records to the phone in your pocket right now. We have refrigerators that tell us when we are out of milk and smartphone apps that let us know if we forgot to lock our back doors. And now…Read the article
New York Proposal: Suspend Rent Payments for 90 Days

New York Proposal: Suspend Rent Payments for 90 Days

| Coronavirus
Lawmakers in New York and elsewhere are acting to preserve your health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. Lawmakers are also acting to preserve your economic rights, but this response is a bit slower. New York state Sen. Michael Gianaris proposed the suspension, which has bipartisan support. The proposal would also apply to mortgage payments.…Read the article
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

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One advocacy group has big plans for Brain Injury Awareness Month, highlighted by an advocacy day in Albany on March 25. Some legislative priorities include “keeping the TBI waiver out of Medicaid managed care, expanding the Concussion Management and Awareness Act of 2011 and creating a resource facilitation program,” said Brain Injury Association of New…Read the article
Cruise Ship Passengers Allege Coronavirus Misconduct

Cruise Ship Passengers Allege Coronavirus Misconduct

| Coronavirus
Princess Cruise Lines knew that several people aboard the Grand Princess were infected with the coronavirus COVID-19, yet the ship set sail for Hawaii anyway, according to court documents. An earlier coronavirus outbreak on the Diamond Princess put the company on notice that there was a problem, the plaintiffs allege. Therefore, when individuals on the…Read the article
Coronavirus Triggers Partial Judicial Shutdown

Coronavirus Triggers Partial Judicial Shutdown

| Coronavirus
The coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic triggers partial judicial shutdown via scheduling changes throughout the Empire State. Apart from criminal trials if the defendant is in custody, until further notice, there will be no jury trials in New York except for those already underway. The partial judicial shutdown due to the coronavirus also applies to most…Read the article
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