SHOW #100 (March 13, 2016)
FCC PROPOSES INTERNET PRIVACY RULES. Also: E-cigarette explosions cause serious injuries, how stores use phony discounts to trick you, digital estate planning, top-rated vehicles for 2016 & car buying tips.

               
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Here are links to more information on the stories covered on this show:

LA Times: Proposed FCC Rules Would Limit How Internet Service Providers Can Use Your Data

Seattle Times: FCC Proposes Much Tighter Privacy Rules for Internet providers

My guest, Pam Dixon, is executive director of the World Privacy Forum

NBC News: What's Causing Some E-Cigarette Batteries to Explode?

New York Times: It’s Discounted, but Is It a Deal? How List Prices Lost Their Meaning

Here are some of the price shopping sites mentioned by Edgar Dworsky, founder of ConsumerWorld.org: Price Grabber, Shopping.com and Google Shopping.

Consumer Action: Digital Estate Planning Issue

Consumer Action: Digital Estate Planning Guide

 

The Car Book 2016 by Jack Gillis is available from The Center for Auto Safety.
It’s also available at Amazon and other book sellers.

Here’s an excerpt from the book: The 2016 Car Book’s Best Bets

 




KOMO NEWS: Why You Should Skip Fat Burning Supplements

          

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