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‘I Felt Used, I Felt Abused’: Multiple North Texas Customers Scammed

‘I Felt Used, I Felt Abused’: Multiple North Texas Customers Scammed

At least a dozen customers of an alarm company were targeted by ... “I felt used, I felt abused,” Vandygriff said. ... A spokesman told the Ones for Justice at least 12 customers in the Dallas area fell for the same scam.
Ring Employees Fired for Snooping on Customer Doorbell Videos

Ring Employees Fired for Snooping on Customer Doorbell Videos

Over the past four years, Ring has fired four employees after finding each one attempted to access video data that went beyond what was necessary to do their job.
New regulations for Illinois gun dealers take effect Friday …

New regulations for Illinois gun dealers take effect Friday …

A law taking effect on January 17, 2020 will impact firearms dealers, their certification and how they do business.
1.20.20 NESA Monitor

1.20.20 NESA Monitor

Industry News 'I Felt Used, I Felt Abused': Multiple North Texas 1.17.20 CBS DFW - At least a ...

BUSINESS TIPS

Business & Legal Topics the Security Industry Must Watch in 2020

Business & Legal Topics the Security Industry Must Watch in 2020

Legal expert Ken Kirschenbaum shares topics to keep an eye on in 2020, including recurring monthly revenue, the exculpatory clause, insurance coverage and more.
Security Industry Has Sights on 3G/CDMA Sunset

Security Industry Has Sights on 3G/CDMA Sunset

As the world inches closer to widespread 5G coverage, security installers are concerned about now sunsetting 3G networks.
Debunking 4 of the biggest cloud myths

Debunking 4 of the biggest cloud myths

Despite becoming more mainstream, many still believe popular misconceptions about the technology
Security Marketing on a Shoestring Budget

Security Marketing on a Shoestring Budget

Seven tips and tons of advice from industry veterans John Loud and Joseph Mitton

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Here are the bills we’re watching during Maryland’s 2020 …

The 2020 Maryland legislative session is set to be one of the state’s most momentous and impactful in recent memory. And that’s really saying something, given that within the last decade the Maryland General Assembly has passed legislation that raised the minimum wage in most industries to $15 per hour, abolished the death penalty, and strengthening of gun control.

Bills to watch for the 2020 Legislative Session

Hoping to keep up with what is happening at the State Capitol this year? Look no further than the Y’all Politics bills to watch list. This list will be updated throughout the 2020 Legislative Session as bills die and survive.

Keeping an eye on licensing

Occupational licensure is the requirement to meet various educational and experience measurements to practice a trade or profession within a state. In Oklahoma, the Occupational Licensing Advisory Commission was created to review the occupations that require this standard.