Depending on who you ask, consumer protection can mean a variety of things. However, one thing that we all can agree upon is that consumer protection is needed. Kyle Burgess, Advisory Board Member of Consumers’ Research, stops by The Bistro to help us define consumer protection and speaks to why it is necessary.
Jon Brescia and Ayaz Minhas of the BBB Accountability Program are back to help us understand how to take control of the online ads we see. In a previous episode, they walked us through the technology and the data used to make interest-based advertising work. In this episode, they dive in deeper with tips on how we can own our online advertising experience.
Have you ever searched a website realizing after leaving it, there are ads following you everywhere you go online related to what you just browsed? You are indeed being followed. Ready to take control of how much data advertisers can utilize from you to remain in front of you? Tune in to this two-part episode where Jon Brescia and Ayaz Minhas of the BBB Accountability Program tell you how
When it comes to entertainment, the thriving success of the ticket industry shows that people love LIVE experiences. From sports games, such as the up and coming Superbowl to music concerts, we are all in! Gary Adler, Executive Director and General Counsel with the National Association of Ticket Brokers stops by The Bistro to share information about the ticket industry and how we can be smart about ticket shopping for these events.
Technology is moving faster than we can catch it. These advances are making what once was a dream, our new reality. One of those dreams come true is taking a commercial flight to outer space. Ravi Chaudhary from the Federal Aviation Administration shares with us how space travel is closer than we think.