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Senate Votes To Make Sure You Can't Sue Your Bank Or Credit Card Companies

Lawmakers who regularly claim to love the Constitution and espouse their trust of the American consumer have done both a disservice...
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This happened: Lawmakers who regularly claim to love the Constitution and espouse their trust of the American consumer have done both a disservice, passing a resolution that makes sure that bank and credit card customers can be blocked from exercising their constitutional rights to a day in court.

The walls have ears: Now that the products we use in our homes are increasingly voice-activated and listening in — including your kids’ toys — how can Amazon, Google, Apple, or any tech company legally make an always-on device that doesn’t violate your little one’s privacy?

iWait: It may be more difficult than usual for iPhone aficionados to get their hands on the iPhone X when the device launches, because Apple’s manufacturer is reportedly having trouble meeting its looming deadline.

Don’t do it: A coalition of 25 state attorneys general urged the Department of Education and Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to reject a recent campaign by student loan servicers and debt collectors calling for the government to stymie state oversight of the industry.

Make up your minds: Even though President Trump recently promised that your 401(k) retirement accounts would not be negatively affected by the ongoing effort to cut taxes, the folks in Congress who are actually deciding what tax laws will be changed say that putting limits on retirement plans is still a distinct possibility.

“I know I don’t have that kind of money.” — DirecTV customer talking to WJW-TV after she was slammed with a $184,000 bill. 

“I wanted to grab it but they’re quick, and it crawled back inside, behind the screen." — British Airways passenger who claimed her family was bitten by bed bugs on an overnight flight, recalling her experience to CTV.
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