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Hidden Camera Disguised as Rock Found Pointing at California Home
In The News

May 12, 2024 - A recent discovery in a Los Angeles area neighborhood has raised concerns about privacy and home security. A hidden camera, cleverly disguised as a rock and pointed directly at a residence, was found embedded in the dirt next to a sidewalk. This incident, which occurred in the wake of a similar discovery last month in the LA area, is believed to be a way for criminals to remotely case homes for robbery. In this particular case however, one local resident pointed out that the street on which the camera was placed is near a school and on a street that children take to get to school. This has raised fears that the camera could have been placed in order to monitor children.

Financial Disaster in Waiting - Biden Announces His Tax Plan if He Wins a Second Term
Federal Issues

April 27, 2024 – While campaigning over the past week, Joe Biden has started to outline the tax policies that he would like to put in place if he wins the election in November. Frankly, the policies that he has outlined would be a disaster for just about every single American, and would likely amount to the largest tax increase in American history; hitting those that can least afford them the hardest.

American Families Grapple with Surge in Part-Time Jobs While Full Time Positions Are Eliminated
Federal Issues

April 25, 2024 - Employment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) paints a complex picture of the American labor market in March, revealing both gains and losses that carry significant implications for families across the nation.

American Homebuyers Struggle as Housing Prices and Payments Soar to Record Highs
Personal Finances

April 24, 2024 - Amid soaring housing prices and skyrocketing mortgage rates, American homebuyers are facing unprecedented challenges. Recent reports reveal that the median monthly housing payment has surged to a record-high $2,775, up 11 percent from the previous year.

SEC Accused of Unconstitutional Surveillance of Stock Investors
Federal Issues

Lawsuit Claims Agency Collects Data Without Congressional Authorization or Warrants

April 21, 2024 - A new lawsuit accuses the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of illegally surveilling American citizens who invest in the stock market. The bombshell lawsuit, filed by the New Civil Liberties Alliance (NCLA), alleges that the SEC's "Consolidated Audit Trail" (CAT) program has been unlawfully collecting massive amounts of personal data on investors, all without proper authorization from Congress and in flagrant violation of the Fourth Amendment.

The Skies Have Eyes: Insurance Companies Aerial Surveillance Raises Privacy and Economic Concerns
In The News

April 17, 2024 - In a world where privacy feels increasingly elusive, insurance companies are taking to the skies, employing drones and satellite imagery to scrutinize homeowners policyholders' every move. This aerial surveillance isn't just about keeping tabs on properties; it's becoming a tool for insurers to assess risk factors and, alarmingly, drop homeowners insurance policies based on what they observe from above. As concerns mount over the intrusion into privacy and the economic fallout for consumers, it's time to confront the unsettling reality of insurance companies' airborne surveillance tactics.

Choosing the Wrong College Major Could be a Costly Mistake for Parents and Students Alike
Children & Finances

April 7, 2024 - Choosing a college major is a significant decision that can shape your future career prospects and financial stability. But all majors and not created equally. Recent data from the New York Federal Reserve sheds light on college majors with the highest unemployment and underemployment rates, providing valuable insights for parents and high school students navigating the maze of higher education choices.

AT&T Data Breach Exposes Millions to Identity Theft and Privacy Risks
In The News

March 31, 2024 - On Saturday, telecommunications giant AT&T disclosed that data belonging to approximately 73 million current and former account holders has been leaked onto the dark web. The breach, which affects around 7.6 million current customers and a staggering 65.4 million former customers, presents grave implications for both privacy invasions and identity theft.

Government Collaboration with Gaming Companies Raises Privacy and Constitutional Concerns
In The News

March 30, 2024 - We live in an era increasingly defined by digital interactions; something that is especially relevant in the world of online gaming. Many computer games today are collaborative and involve communications between the players. So recent revelations of collaboration between federal agencies and gaming companies to monitor gamers have sparked widespread discussions surrounding privacy and constitutional rights. 

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