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Hotels Blocking their Customers

Last year, Marriott paid $600,000 to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to settle a complaint that it had blocked customers’ wireless modems and hotspots, forcing them to pay for in-house internet access. Now Hilton is facing some of the same charges. The FCC started receiving complaints in August 2014 that Hilton ...

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American Tech Firms & Their Role in China

The United States and China have encountered privacy issues involving cyber-snooping from both parties. In recent weeks the Obama administration has threatened to impose sanctions on China for supposedly spying on American firms; these allegations have been denied by China’s president. The United States has not been free of blame ...

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