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The Sacramento Bee
USC medical school dean saw patients after taking meth, investigators allegeThe Times report. He voluntarily surrendered his medical license last month in
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 3 days ago
The Times report. He voluntarily surrendered his medical license last month in the midst of an investigation by the state Department of Consumer Affairs, which conducted the inquiry on behalf of the medical board. In the accusation filed in... Read more
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New Kerala
Maharashtra: Supply of agricultural produce not to be disturbed during Diwali - newkerala news #281144close for a period of seven to nine days during the festival. Earlier reports
New Kerala / Posted 4 days ago
close for a period of seven to nine days during the festival. Earlier reports of their closure during Diwali prompted the Department of Consumer Affairs, Government of India to take up the issue with state government, in order to ensure the supply... Read more
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Western Advocate
Web-connected household devices to face mandatory rating over spying fearsof baby monitors being hacked to steal images of children or even to talk to th
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
of baby monitors being hacked to steal images of children or even to talk to them in their bedrooms. Last year, New York's Department of Consumer Affairs issued a warning to parents about baby monitor vulnerabilities. An "Internet of things... Read more
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Manning River Times
Web-connected household devices to face mandatory rating over spying fearsof baby monitors being hacked to steal images of children or even to talk to th
Manning River Times / Posted 7 days ago
of baby monitors being hacked to steal images of children or even to talk to them in their bedrooms. Last year, New York's Department of Consumer Affairs issued a warning to parents about baby monitor vulnerabilities. An "Internet of things... Read more
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The North West Star
Web-connected household devices to face mandatory rating over spying fearsof baby monitors being hacked to steal images of children or even to talk to th
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
of baby monitors being hacked to steal images of children or even to talk to them in their bedrooms. Last year, New York's Department of Consumer Affairs issued a warning to parents about baby monitor vulnerabilities. An "Internet of things... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Web-connected household devices to face mandatory rating over spying fearsof baby monitors being hacked to steal images of children or even to talk to th
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
of baby monitors being hacked to steal images of children or even to talk to them in their bedrooms. Last year, New York's Department of Consumer Affairs issued a warning to parents about baby monitor vulnerabilities. An "Internet of things... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Web-connected household devices to face mandatory rating over spying fearsof baby monitors being hacked to steal images of children or even to talk to th
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
of baby monitors being hacked to steal images of children or even to talk to them in their bedrooms. Last year, New York's Department of Consumer Affairs issued a warning to parents about baby monitor vulnerabilities. An "Internet of things... Read more
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The Courier
Web-connected household devices to face mandatory rating over spying fearsof baby monitors being hacked to steal images of children or even to talk to th
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
of baby monitors being hacked to steal images of children or even to talk to them in their bedrooms. Last year, New York's Department of Consumer Affairs issued a warning to parents about baby monitor vulnerabilities. An "Internet of things... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Web-connected household devices to face mandatory rating over spying fearsof baby monitors being hacked to steal images of children or even to talk to th
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
of baby monitors being hacked to steal images of children or even to talk to them in their bedrooms. Last year, New York's Department of Consumer Affairs issued a warning to parents about baby monitor vulnerabilities. An "Internet of things... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
How to comply with the new car-wash law—without being taken to the cleanershad initially struck down the act, determining it to be in breach of federal la
Crain's New York Business / Posted 9 days ago
had initially struck down the act, determining it to be in breach of federal law. Now that the law has been revised, the Department of Consumer Affairs has begun accepting applications for car wash licenses and will begin enforcement on Dec. 4.... Read more
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Channel 8 San Diego
Governor Brown signs new legislation to reform SANDAG votesthat must be provided to consumers before they purchase, lease or finance a sol
Channel 8 San Diego / Posted 10 days ago
that must be provided to consumers before they purchase, lease or finance a solar energy system. The bill also makes the Department of Consumer Affairs responsible for resolving complaints against solar companies and for overseeing residential... Read more
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WPIX 11 New York
Sheepshead Bay residents upset with neighbor they say gets their legally parked cars towedsaid it is always a good idea to file a complaint with 3-1-1 if you feel you ha
WPIX 11 New York / Posted 12 days ago
said it is always a good idea to file a complaint with 3-1-1 if you feel you have been unfairly towed. The police spokeswoman also said people who feel they have been unfairly towed should get in touch with the Department of Consum... Read more
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New York Post
Watch seller stiffed by auction house offered mafia memorabilia insteadgets his dough. As The Post reported, other customers also have accused Antiqu
New York Post / Posted 13 days ago
gets his dough. As The Post reported, other customers also have accused Antiquorum of not paying them for sales. The city Department of Consumer Affairs is investigating the company’s business practices. Antiquorum’s lawyer, Michael Levine told... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Brown signs last in series of bill to clean up Public Utilities Commissionon its core duties, the legislation also transfers the commission’s oversight a
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
on its core duties, the legislation also transfers the commission’s oversight authority over several smaller industries to other state agencies. Oversight of moving vans, for example, will be moved to a bureau of the Department of Consumer Af... Read more
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The Economic Times
Check food adulteration ahead of festive season: Ram Vilas PaswanNEW DELHI: The department of consumer affairs has written to state governments
The Economic Times / Posted 18 days ago
NEW DELHI: The department of consumer affairs has written to state governments to check food adulteration of the festive season, Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Ram Vilas Paswan has said. "We have written to state... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Why New York's minimum-wage hike is good for businessincreased prices were supporting the employees customers trust every day with t
Crain's New York Business / Posted 19 days ago
increased prices were supporting the employees customers trust every day with their most valuable possessions. (The city's Department of Consumer Affairs issued a fine because it felt the phrase we used, “living wage assessment,” could be confused... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Association boards should not wait for legislation before inspecting and repairing deteriorating balconiesor a building official as specified in Health and Safety Code Section 18949.27
Los Angeles Times / Posted 22 days ago
or a building official as specified in Health and Safety Code Section 18949.27 -- or other licensee approved by the Department of Consumer Affairs. As a result of the opposition, the bill was amended to allow the inspection to be performed... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
State Consumer Affairs officials offer help in wake of Equifax hackHow can you protect yourself in the wake of the Equifax security breach? That's
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted a month ago
How can you protect yourself in the wake of the Equifax security breach? That's the question officials at the Department Of Consumer Affairs attempted to answer Thursday morning. Affected South Carolinians are advised to consider placing a fraud... Read more

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