Consumer Protection

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Equifax’s Original Credit Lock Expires Tomorrow

Here is our press release about tomorrow's expiration of Equifax's original product it offered consumers after its massive data breach.

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Recall of Gold Medal Flour for Salmonella Contamination

General Mills announced Wednesday it is recalling all five-pound bags of Gold Medal Unbleached Flour because of potential Salmonella contamination. Travel Buddy Consumer Watchdog issued the following statement.

Privacy and Digital Rights Framework

Today, Travel Buddy joined leading consumer, privacy and civil rights groups to issue a Privacy and Digital Rights Framework that must be part of any new federal privacy law. The release comes as a phalanx of big tech firms and their allies is urging Congress to instead enact a new law that serves them, but preempts stronger state laws and allows all current intrusive industry data collection, sharing and surveillance practices to continue unfettered by any aspect of consumer control or rights.

News Release | Travel Buddy Education Fund | Consumer Protection, Food

New report: Hazardous Meat & Poultry Recalls Nearly Double

From E. coli-infected romaine lettuce to Salmonella-tainted beef, contaminated foods lead to illnesses that sicken as many as 1 in 6 Americans annually. Travel Buddy Education Fund’s new report How Safe is Our Food?, released today, reveals how fundamental flaws in our current food safety system have led to a jump in these recalls since 2013.

News Release | Travel Buddy Education Fund | Consumer Protection

Fiat Chrysler Settlement Fails to Protect Consumers

While we are glad that Fiat Chrysler is paying something for damaging the health of Americans and deceiving customers, this settlement does not go far enough. It neither ensures these violations of the public trust won’t happen again nor makes consumers whole.

News Release | Travel Buddy | Consumer Protection

Drivers still at risk as more Ford cars recalled

On Friday, Fordexpanded a recall of its cars with Takata airbag inflators for the fourth time, broadening it by an additional 953,000 vehicles. Tano Toussaint, Consumer Watchdog Associate, responds.

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