Published on September 15th, 2017 | by William Charles14
Recap: Reselling iPhone X, Bumping Vulnerable Passengers & Credit Freeze Fees
- Bumping Vulnerable Passengers Or Passengers At Their Connection City Has Got To Stop by Dans Deals. Should Common Sense Be Regulated? Key point for me is “it’s cheaper and easier to involuntarily bump a passengers instead of finding a volunteer”. That’s the real problem with involuntary bumping at the moment, there is no real incentive for them to find a volunteer. If involuntary bumping was $10,000 we’d be seeing a lot less of it. Completely agree with Dan that it’s also unfair to bump vulnerable passengers like this. Corporations are always going on about self regulation, if that’s the case for airlines they need to be doing a much better job on this.
- Equifax Hackers Stole 200k Credit Card Accounts in One Fell Swoop by Krebs On Security. Interesting to note the data discrepancies. Also worrying that the same flaw appeared on annualcreditreports.com and Experian’s site.
- Preparing to resell the iPhone X by Miles Per Day. I thought the launch was pretty lackluster.
- Top Dem introduces bill to ban credit freeze fees after Equifax hack by The Hill. Yes please.