Lonely Island Plot FirstEver US Tour To Follow Bonnoroo Appearance

first_img Lonely Island Plot First U.S. Tour In June lonely-island-plot-first-ever-us-tour-follow-bonnoroo-appearance Facebook Twitter News Lonely Island Plot First-Ever U.S. Tour To Follow Bonnoroo Appearance Email The comedic pop trio plan to hit the road, tongues planted firmly in cheek, for eight dates across the U.S. In JuneNate HertweckGRAMMYs Feb 20, 2019 – 11:52 am GRAMMY-nominated pop comedy outfit Lonely Island have announced their first-ever tour. The trek will take them through eight U.S. cities, starting with an appearance at Bonnoroo in Manchester, Tenn.on June 15 and hitting Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Detroit and more before wrapping in Minneapolis, Minn., on June 29.The trio, made up of Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone, have been releasing hilarious original music since their 2009 debut album, Incredibad. They earned their first nomination at the 52nd GRAMMY Awards for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for “I’m On A Boat.” Two years later, their sophomore album Turtleneck & Chain was nominated for Best Comedy Album. Their latest album, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping , served as the soundtrack to their pop-music mockumentary of the same name.The tour announcement comes on the heels of the band’s newly revealed plans to produce a film spoofing the Fyre Fest fiasco with actor Seth Rogen. For a full list of dates and ticket information, visit the band’s website. Dave Chappelle Wins Best Comedy Album | 61st GRAMMY AwardsRead morelast_img read more

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Recent Wilmington Real Estate Transactions

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are real estate transactions in Wilmington during the week of October 14, 2018:Address: 34-R Cottage StreetPrice: $535,000Buyer: Mohamed A. AliSeller: Gerald O. Duffy & Elizabeth DuffyDate: 10/15/18Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 21,344sfAddress: 15 Dorchester StreetPrice: $595,000Buyer: John Leverone & Lorena LeveroneSeller: Donna M. BrittDate: 10/17/18Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 20,038sfAddress: 3 Englewood DrivePrice: $550,506Buyer: Meghan Celli & Joseph CelliSeller: Sarah R. Hamel, Trustee for Wallace & Hubbard IRTDate: 10/15/18Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 22,651sfAddress: 48 McDonald RoadPrice: $375,000Buyer: Nathan Wilson & Ashley WilsonSeller: Robin McCarthyDate: 10/16/18Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 61,420sfAddress: 9 Mystic AvenuePrice: $510,000Buyer: Alex KreymerSeller: Brian HubbardDate: 10/17/18Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 11,326sfLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedRecent Wilmington Real Estate TransactionsIn “Business”Recent Wilmington Real Estate TransactionsIn “Business”Recent Wilmington Real Estate TransactionsIn “Business”last_img read more

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POLICE LOG for March 28 Dog Fight At Dog Park Neighbor Trying

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights of the Wilmington Police Log for Thursday, March 28, 2019:Animal Control Officer responded to reports of an injured turkey on Palmer Way. (8:09am)Police responded to an altercation between parents during drop-off at the Wildwood Early Childhood Center. Police restored the peace. (8:37am)Animal Control Officer made arrangements to remove a deceased coyote from a backyard on Barbara Avenue. (12:25pm)A two-vehicle crash resulted in a rollover at Church Street and Adams Street. No injuries reported. (2:53pm)Police responded to a dog fight at the Town Dog Park on Main Street. During the fight, one dog owner attempted to break the dogs apart and her hand was bitten. Owner was transported to Lahey Clinic. One dog was taken to the vet. (5:14pm)A Ferguson Road caller reported he believes he found evidence that his neighbors have been attempting to harm his dog by throwing food over the fence that is harmful for dogs to ingest. Caller found an avocado in his yard. (5:37pm)During a check of Town Hall, police noted the back of the snack shack appears to have been vandalized. (5:40pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information.  An arrest does not constitute a conviction.  Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for August 19: Fist Fight At Planet Fitness; Hawk Stuck Inside Building; Gas Line StruckIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for September 3: Driveway Paving Solicitors; Skate Park Tagged; WPD Assist With Pick-Up At SchoolsIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for September 5: Train Conductor Helps Locate Missing Puppy; Rented Trucks Not Returned To UHaulIn “Police Log”last_img read more

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WHAT Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are ready to welcome Justin Jr

first_imgJustin Bieber and Hailey BaldwinGetty ImagesJustin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are constantly proving that they both love each other a lot. Despite openly stating that he loves Selena Gomez, Justin has maintained that he loves his wife Hailey with all his heart and soul. Fans and their well-wishers are wondering when the newlyweds will plan to have a baby. Are they going to see Justin Jr. in 2019 or is the couple going to wait for another year?As per reports, Justin Bieber is ready to become a father. As per an earlier report by Entertainment Weekly, the Canadian singer and his model wife had talked about having kids and “it’s a priority to them.” However, as we all know that the “Never Say Never” singer’s first wish is to get better before he will start planning a family.As per the latest claim by People, Justin Bieber is reportedly ready for parenthood.”Right now, he’s ready to be a dad,” an alleged source close to Justin Bieber revealed. “That’s what he wants to be. He knows that he has to get things figured out so that he can be the dad he wants to be. But that’s his focus. Being a dad is his dream right now.”The alleged source further gushed that Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are going to be proud parents and they both are open to the idea of having kids. The alleged source further contended that both Justin and Hailey love becoming parents but has left everything on God’s wish.”They both believe that if it happens, it was God’s will,” the source said. “They’re leaving the timing up to God.” Justin Bieber and Hailey BaldwinGetty ImagesAs of now, both Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are focusing on their private lives. The internet is filled with several rumors about the pregnancy but the couple will definitely try to take things slow. In addition to this, Hailey’s uncle, Billy Baldwin, has even instructed them to not rush into their pregnancy and has asked them to enjoy their honeymoon phase.”I love them as a couple and I would’ve loved to see them get married if they waited a couple more years,” Billy Baldwin revealed in the past. “Maybe that would have been better, but they didn’t want to wait because they’re both devout in their faith and … that wasn’t the right fit for them so that’s really none of my business.”last_img read more

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Vedanta Q4 consolidated net profit at Rs 2989 crore

first_imgA bird flies by the Vedanta office building in Mumbai August 16, 2010.Reuters fileDiversified natural resources company Vedanta on Monday reported a consolidated net profit for the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2016-17.According to the company, its consolidated net profit during the quarter under review stood at Rs 2,989 crore from a loss of Rs 21,104 crore in the corresponding period of 2015-16.However, the company said its attributable PAT (profit after tax) before exceptional items and DDT (Dividend Distribution Tax) for the fourth quarter increased by 3.4 times to Rs 2,971 crore from Rs 861 crore reported during the corresponding period of 2015-16.Vedanta’s consolidated revenue during the quarter under review rose by 41 percent to Rs 22,371 crore from Rs 15,828 crore earned during Q4 of FY16.”I am happy to report that Vedanta has posted strong financial and operational results in FY2016-17. Our strategic focus to ramp up production across the portfolio namely in Zinc, Aluminium, Power and Iron Ore businesses throughout the year, has supplemented revenue growth,” Tom Albanese, Chief Executive Officer, Vedanta, was quoted as saying in a statement.”In particular, record production levels at Zinc and Aluminium were well-timed in an environment of strong supply side pressures on both commodities. Our cost management initiatives have helped us deliver strong returns for all our shareholders.”last_img read more

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Louvre attacker suspected to be Egyptian

first_imgA placard reading “the Louvre museum will not be open today” is displayed at the entrance of the Louvre museum in Paris. Photo: AFPFrench investigators believe the man who launched a machete attack outside the Louvre in Paris, before being shot and wounded by a soldier, is a 29-year-old Egyptian who entered the country on a tourist visa.The incident has thrust security and the terror threat back into the limelight three months before elections in France, with authorities saying it was a “terrorist” assault.The attacker, in a black t-shirt bearing a skull design and armed with two 40-centimetre (16-inch) machetes, lunged at four patrolling French soldiers while shouting “Allahu Akbar” (“God is greatest”), Paris prosecutor Francois Molins told a press conference.One of the troops was struck on the head and another fell to the ground outside the famous Paris museum after the assailant attacked. The second soldier managed to open fire and hit the machete-wielder in the stomach.“The attacker fell to the ground, seriously wounded. He has been taken to hospital and is fighting for his life,” the prosecutor said.A source later said that the suspect’s condition had stabilised. Security forces said one soldier had suffered a minor head wound.Police held hundreds of tourists in secure areas of the world famous attraction after the assailant was shot five times around 10:00 am (0900 GMT) in a public area near one of the museum’s entrances.‘Terrorist nature’The attacker who is thought to live in the United Arab Emirates, is believed to have entered France legally on a flight from Dubai on January 26, a source said.An Egyptian passport, thought to be the suspect’s, was found during a search of an apartment in an expensive district of Paris near the Champs-Elysees.The UAE government condemned the “hateful crime” and assured France of its “full solidarity”.As French authorities probed the attacker’s background, President Francois Hollande said that “there is little doubt as to the terrorist nature of this act,” an assessment echoed by Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve.France was already still reeling from a string of terror attacks over the last two years and the country has been under a state of emergency since November 2015.The economy, immigration and security are major issues for voters ahead of presidential and parliamentary elections forecast to confirm the country’s shift right after five years of Socialist rule.US President Donald Trump tweeted that a “new radical Islamic terrorist has just attacked in Louvre Museum in Paris. Tourists were locked down. France on edge again. GET SMART US.”Witnesses described scenes of panic as people fled the Louvre complex following the incident.“We heard gunshots. We didn’t know what it was about. Then we evacuated the employees and we left,” one man who works in a nearby restaurant told AFP.A woman colleague said: “We saw death coming for us, with everything that’s happening at the moment. We were very, very scared.”String of attacksThe Louvre closed following the attack—but will re-open on Saturday.Paris’ lucrative tourism industry has been a major casualty of the terror attacks, with visitors cancelling or shortening their stays.The Louvre, a former royal palace in the heart of the city, has seen annual visitor numbers fall by some two million since 2015 to 7.3 million after the spate of recent attacks across France hit its claim to be the world’s most visited museum.The series of terror attacks in France began in January 2015 when jihadist gunmen rampaged through the Charlie Hebdo satirical newspaper and a Jewish supermarket, leaving 17 people dead in three days of bloodshed.Ten months later, gunmen and suicide bombers from the Islamic State jihadist group attacked bars, restaurants, a concert hall and the national stadium in Paris, killing 130 people.And last July, a Tunisian extremist rammed a lorry through crowds celebrating Bastille Day in Nice on France’s south coast, crushing 86 people to death.Security has been a key campaign theme ahead of the presidential election in April and May, which a parliamentary election will follow in June.Rightwing candidate Francois Fillon, whose tough line on immigration and Islam made him an early poll favourite, has been ensnared in a damaging parliamentary expenses scandal in recent days.Anti-immigrant far-right leader Marine Le Pen is hoping for a boost from the furore and Trump’s election, while 39-year-old centrist independent Emmanuel Macron is also climbing in the polls.Friday’s incident came on the very day that Paris submitted its formal bid dossier to host the 2024 Summer Olympics.last_img read more

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Sessions recuses himself from Russia probes

first_imgUS Attorny 2US Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Thursday he would stay out of any probe into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election but maintained he did nothing wrong by failing to disclose he met last year with Russia’s ambassador.Sessions, a longtime US senator who was an early and high-ranking player in President Donald Trump’s campaign before becoming the country’s top law enforcement official, announced the decision after several fellow Republicans in Congress suggested the move would be appropriate.”I have recused myself in the matters that deal with the Trump campaign,” Sessions told reporters at a hastily arranged news conference.Sessions said he had been weighing recusal – ruling himself out from any role in the investigations – even before the latest twist of the controversy over ties between Trump associates and Russia that has dogged the early days of the Trump presidency.The president backed Sessions, saying Democrats had politicised the issue and calling the controversy a “total witch hunt.”Sessions’ announcement did nothing to quell concerns among congressional Democrats, a number of whom called for Sessions to step down.Trump and Republicans who control Congress are trying to move past early administration missteps and focus on issues important to them, including immigration, tax cuts and repealing the Obamacare healthcare law.US intelligence agencies concluded last year that Russia hacked and leaked Democratic emails during the election campaign as part of an effort to tilt the vote in Trump’s favor. The Kremlin has denied the allegations.Sessions denied he had contact with Russian officials when he was asked directly during his Senate confirmation hearing to become attorney general whether he had exchanged information with Russian operatives during the election campaign.He told reporters he was “honest and correct” in his response, although he acknowledged he “should have slowed down” and mentioned he had met with the ambassador in his role as a senator.”I never had meetings with Russian operatives or Russian intermediaries about the Trump campaign,” Sessions said, adding he felt he should not be involved in investigating a campaign in which he had had a role.In a statement on Thursday night, Trump said Sessions “did not say anything wrong. He could have stated his response more accurately, but it was clearly not intentional.”Sessions’ meetings with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak were disclosed on Wednesday night by the Washington Post. Sessions received Kislyak in his Senate office in September and also met him in July at a Heritage Foundation event at the Republican National Convention that was attended by about 50 ambassadors.Trump fired national security adviser Michael Flynn last month after disclosures that Flynn had discussed US sanctions on Russia with Kislyak before Trump took office and that Flynn misled vice president Mike Pence about the conversations.The recusal means Sessions, a powerful member of Trump’s inner circle, will not be briefed on details of any probe. Should the Federal Bureau of Investigation decide to move forward with charges, Sessions would not be in a position to weigh in on whether the Department of Justice should take the case.CALLS TO RESIGNHouse of Representatives Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi urged Sessions to resign and said “his narrow recusal and sorry attempt to explain away his perjury” were inadequate.Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House intelligence committee, said Sessions’ explanation for failing to tell the Senate about his meetings “is simply not credible.” He called on Sessions to step down and said the Justice Department should name an independent prosecutor to investigate Russian interference.Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee asked the FBI to launch a criminal investigation into Sessions’ statements to Congress about his communication with Russian officials.Sessions is one of many “subjects” of a government investigation of any contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia, two US officials familiar with the probe said.The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Sessions was not now a “target” of the probe by the FBI, the Treasury Department, the CIA and the National Security Agency.The investigation, one of the officials said, had a number of subjects because of the numerous contacts between associates of Trump, including Flynn, and the Russian Embassy in Washington as well as Russian and some Ukrainian businessmen and companies.At least two other officials in Trump’s campaign said they also spoke with the Russian ambassador at a conference on the sidelines of the July convention last July, USA Today reported on Thursday.Trump’s son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner also met with Kislyak in December at Trump Tower in New York, an administration official said on Thursday, confirming a report in the New Yorker.While there is nothing legally wrong with such meetings, the reported contacts raise questions about the White House’s repeated statements that it knew of no further contacts with Russian officials beyond those by Flynn.Trump has accused officials in former Democratic President Barack Obama’s administration of trying to discredit him with questions about Russia contacts. The White House dismissed the disclosure of the Sessions meetings as a partisan attack, saying his contacts with the ambassador had been as a member of the Armed Services Committee.Trump called frequently during his campaign for improved relations with Russia, drawing criticism from Democrats and some Republicans. Ties with Russia have been deeply strained in recent years over Moscow’s military interference in Ukraine, military support for President Bashar al-Assad in Syria and President Vladimir Putin’s intolerance of political dissent.With his administration on the defensive over Russia, Trump’s enthusiasm seems to have cooled, and his top foreign policy advisers have begun talking tougher about Moscow.The Russian Embassy in Washington, shrugging off the uproar, said on Thursday it was in regular contact with “US partners.”last_img read more

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BNP seniors in the dark about party decisions

first_imgLogo of BNPSenior leaders of BNP have not been taken into confidence about several recent decisions of the party, including joining the parliament and participation in the Bogura election.They have no idea how these decisions were taken either. These leaders are unhappy with the situation but remain silent as the decisions have come from the top level leadership.A number of seniors in BNP have told Prothom Alo, on condition of anonymity, that the party leaders and workers are in a state of confusion over the issues of taking oath, joining parliament and contesting in the Bogura election.Questions loom large as to where these decisions are being taken, at what level and through what process. The leaders are even uncertain whether the incarcerated party chairperson Khaleda Zia has any say in this process. These doubts were furthered when the party’s Bogura-6 election nomination form did not have Khaleda Zia’s signature.The senior leaders are in a dilemma as to whether Khaleda Zia was at all agreeable to the party men taking oath and whether she had actually given any message about joining the Bogura polls.The party’s standing committee had not discussed any of these vital issues, not even about putting forward candidates for the women’s reserved seats. The decisions reportedly came from the party’s exiled acting chairman Tarique Zia in London. Some of the leaders may have had an idea of what was transpiring, but most of these matters had been kept under covers.However, BNP’s standing committee member Amir Khosru Mahmud Chowdhury said to Prothom Alo, “Nothing has taken place without Khaleda Zia’s consent. Anyone saying this, does not know the facts.” He added that there were differences within the party, but that was part and parcel of the party’s democracy.Confusion, nevertheless, persists about the logic behind joining the parliament or taking part in the Bogura polls. The leaders ask, what could justify contesting in the seat where the party’s secretary general had refused to take oath? Also, nomination form for this seat had been taken in Khaleda Zia’s name, but she refused to sign. It had previously been speculated that Khaleda Zia would be freed on bail in exchange of their party men taking oath to parliament, but that did not happen.Addressing a press conference on Friday, BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir ruled out any link between the party joining the parliament and Khaleda Zia’s release. He said, “We went to parliament due to the prevailing political circumstances, in the interests of democracy and in the interests of our party. Begum Zia’s release will not be conditional, it will be done legally. She is entitled to be released on bail.”Political scientist and former vice chancellor of Dhaka University Emajuddin Ahmed feels that it was foolish to consider nominating Khaleda Zia for the Bogura 6. He told Prothom Alo that it would be inappropriate to nominate the party chief to the seat where the secretary general had refused to take oath. That was a foolish and bad decision.A number of central leaders try to justify the recent spate of decisions, saying that other than the secretary general, the other MPs-elect would have gone ahead to take oath, even against the party decision. If they were expelled, they would have formed a separate faction of BNP along with others. They would have put forward a candidate for Bogura too. That is why the party’s top leadership took these decisions, they maintained.In this regard, two senior leaders of the party told Prothom Alo, if there were such apprehensions, the matter could have been discussed at the party forum. The manner in which the decisions were taken has left the leaders feeling redundant.*This report, originally published in Prothom Alo print edition, has been rewritten in English by Ayesha Kabirlast_img read more

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Avoid Labor Day Weekend Travel Scams Infographic

first_img 6 min read Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Register Now » Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. August 29, 2014 Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Scrambling to book an end of summer getaway this Labor Day weekend?According AAA Travel, an estimated 34.7 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from home over the holiday weekend this year — the highest number of travelers during this time since 2008. This is a prime time for criminals and hackers to cash in. Vacation scams cost consumers $10 billion each year, according to the Better Business Bureau. Before scouring the web for last-minute bargains and preparing to depart, consider these online safety precautions:Related: 5 Steps to Plan a Safe International Business TripBefore traveling. Be on alert for fake vacation offers. Scammers often hijack legitimate listings for rental properties, making themselves the contact person and then posting a fake version of the same ad to Craiglist. Their goal is to get a person to pay a large security deposit or the full rental amount up front.Those who are caught are out their vacation dollars and a place to stay. A traveler could show up at the address listed — and the rental property won’t exist. Or after running into the legitimate owner or property manager, the vacationer will learn that she never received the money or a reservation. Vet the property and rental agency with the Better Business Bureau or a chamber of commerce. Only use reputable and well-known sites. Never wire money. Always pay with a credit card so as to have a way to recover the funds. Got an airline loyalty account? Look out for phishing attacks. Phony emails, sent under the guise of airline offers, are really phishing attacks designed to get someone to click on a link and provide an ID number and password for an airline loyalty account. Some of the legitimate sites even store customer credit card numbers — so if a hacker manages to gain access, it could prove disastrous.According to air travel analyst Rick Seaney, American Airlines and Delta have warned customers about phishing scams this year. This past June, phishing attacks – in general — were at an all-time high, accounting for $400 million in global losses, reported SC Magazine. Always type the correct URL into the browser. Never click on a link in an unsolicited email and make sure URLs and websites visited use secure sockets layer (or SSL). This establishes secure encryption for information that’s transmitted. Sites that use this type of encryption start with https:// and usually show a padlock or a shield icon in the address bar.  Related: Beware of a New Kind of Business Identity TheftWhen embarking.Stay clear of airport and airplane Wi-Fi. A lot of travelers appreciate the capability to catch up on email and news while traveling. This has downsides, however, as connecting to airport Wi-Fi or even the Wi-Fi available on commercial flights can put someone at risk. Providers of in-flight Wi-Fi provide a secure encrypted connection only to collect a payment by credit card.Any transaction the user performs — online shopping, paying a bill or even checking email is done over an unsecured network. This can leave the user vulnerable to hackers seeking to eavesdrop on a session and steal financial information. Work on a local copy of Excel or Word documents and upload them later to an online Google drive or Dropbox account. Or keep that laptop with sensitive information stored in the upper bin. Pick up a local paper or hardbound book to enjoy during the flight. Keep any laptop close. The Ponemon Institute reported in 2008 that 12,000 laptops go missing each week at crowded airports. Research shows that most cases of stolen laptop cases at airports occur via passenger theft. With all the commotion that takes place at security checks, there have been incidences when a laptop is picked up by someone other than the rightful owner. Laptop theft damages can range from $500 to $2,000, and if taken by the wrong person an even greater loss could be the seizure of sensitive data.The majority of stolen laptops are never recovered. During flights, keep a close eye on belongings, including the laptop, especially while going through security. Be sure to install tracking software before leaving so it’s possible locate the device in case it winds up missing. It’s also a best practice to set up a laptop operating system with a user account and password. This gives a second layer of protection in the event of loss or theft.Related: 15 Tips to Prepare for Security Threats Big and SmallAfter arriving.Avoid hotel fraudsters. Be wary of calls supposedly from the front desk that claim there’s a problem with the credit card given. It’s likely someone who’s masquerading as hotel staff. Scammers also have been known to slide takeout menus under hotel doors in the hopes that travelers will call the phone number listed to order in after a long day. But after managing to steal credit-card details, the only thing delivered is a huge credit card bill. Never give out a credit-card number over the phone. Upon receipt of a coupon or menu under the hotel door, check with the hotel concierge first. Be wary if the offer seems too good to be true.Using hotel Wi-Fi? Make sure that the Wi-Fi network access actually belongs to the hotel. Fraudsters have been known to sit in hotel lobbies and create an evil twin, a type of rogue network that looks eerily similar to one that’s legitimate. A cybercriminal can use this network to entice a person to install malware — and then steal private information.Beware of pop-up windows that ask for a program update or installing software and be sure any antivirus and firewall software is up-to-date. A fail-safe is to do online banking tasks and pay bills before leaving or wait until returning. Don’t become a statistic this Labor Day. By playing it safe, avoid being burned while enjoying one last end-of-summer celebration.Click to Enlarge+last_img read more

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