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Understanding the FCC’s Marriott WiFi Ruling

Understanding the FCC’s Marriott WiFi Ruling

Earlier this month, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) imposed a $600,000 fine on Marriott International for allegedly blocking personal Wi-Fi hotspots in the conference facilities of the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tenn. In its judgment, ...

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White Lodging Investigates Data Breach

White Lodging Investigates Data Breach

Following the large-scale data breaches at retail stores including Target and Neiman Marcus, it now appears that hotels were similarly targeted. White Lodging, a hotel management company that maintains a portfolio of Marriott, Hilton, and Starwood properties is investigating a ...

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Some Google Hotel Listings Hijacked With False Links

Some Google Hotel Listings Hijacked With False Links

Hotels listed on Google+ Local should double check their listings. According to this report from Search Engine Land, thousands of hotel website links listed on verified accounts were redirected to RoomsToBook.Info or RoomsToBook.Net. Post author Danny Sullivan noticed the glitch ...

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Security Lacking at Las Vegas Hotels

Just because casinos in Sin City have some of the most advanced security in the world doesn’t mean that the guestroom corridors in casino hotels are equally equipped. In fact, according to this report from the Business Insider, 23 of ...

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Biometric Benefits

When away on vacation, it is often a hassle to keep track of credit and debit cards. Travelers have the ability to leave these important items at the hotel restaurant, lose them by the pool, or get them stolen while ...

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