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  • 68% of debtors admitted they can never repay debt (Chinese). 對大部分美國人來說,欠債已成生活常態,就像必須納稅、工作、甚至夜裡躺下入眠一樣。根據CreditCards.com最新報告,超過三分之二(68%)的有債人士,不認為自己能還清債務,其中30%相信他們永遠還不了債,38%則不確定是否有一天能還清所有債務。
  • 21 states are suing the FCC over its net neutrality decision. Twenty-one states, the District of Columbia and several public interest groups filed the first major lawsuits to block the repeal of the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules, marking the start of a high-stakes legal…
  • EEUU: Grupo pagará becas a dreamers aun si son deportados. En medio de la incertidumbre sobre las protecciones para los jóvenes inmigrantes que están ilegalmente en Estados Unidos, el grupo de becas estudiantiles que recientemente recibió la mayor donación en su historia de manos del…
  • The Senate’s push to overrule the FCC on net neutrality. Fifty senators have endorsed a legislative measure to override the Federal Communications Commission's recent decision to deregulate the broadband industry, top Democrats said.  The tally leaves supporters just one Republican vote shy of the 51 required to…
  • Former identity thief now fights crimes he helped perfect. Few people know more about identity theft than Brett Shannon Johnson, a convicted identity thief who was once on the Secret Service’s Most Wanted list. Johnson made millions developing online fraud techniques and creating two…
  • Senators want 'massive' fines for data breaches at Equifax. Two senators proposed “massive and mandatory” fines for data breaches at Equifax Inc. and other credit reporting companies, starting at $100 for each consumer whose sensitive information is compromised.  The bill from Sens. Elizabeth Warren…
  • States push back after net neutrality repeal. Lawmakers in at least six states, including California and New York, have introduced bills in recent weeks that would forbid internet providers to block or slow down sites or online services. Legislators in several other…

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