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Americans to Companies: We Don’t Trust You With Our Personal Data

Nov 15, 2019 - A recent study reveals that Americans are highly concerned about how their personal data is gathered and used by businesses.

Using public USB charging stations could drain your bank account, officials warn

Nov 14, 2019 - "Juice jacking" is the term used to describe how public charging stations can be loaded with malware that may clone the information on your phone.

The problem with ‘OK, boomer’

Nov 13, 2019 - The phrase "OK boomer" has become extremely popular, and is used to highlight the differences between Baby Boomers and younger generations.

In Florida, Bridging Generational Divides

Nov 08, 2019 - Visiting Teens is a group composed of high school students in Florida that travel to a local senior center and interact with the residents, which mutually benefit both groups.

Preventing Financial Abuse of Aging Clients

Oct 29, 2019 - Proposed amendments to procedures that will update the method used to process customer disputes against investment brokers were approved by FINRA's Board of Governors.

Failed dementia drug gets a second chance

Oct 24, 2019 - Biotechnology company BioGen recently stopped testing a drug called aducanumab aimed to fight dementia from Alzheimer's, but has now requested approval from the FDA for this drug.