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Dottys Gaming and Spirits suffers a data breach
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Dottys Gaming and Spirits suffers a data breach

Dotty’s is a chain owned by Craig Estey in Nevada that has 175 locations in the state of Nevada, Oregon, and Minnesota. The uneventful-looking gambling facilities look like a shrunken counterfeit version of regular land-based casinos. Just one of those places one would go to if everything else was closed. Cheap American food like fries, corn dogs, pizza, and other snacks are offered to visitors. But to everyone’s surprise, a cyberattack at Dotty’s leaves 300,000 guests worried about their personal information.

Vaccine lottery scam alert | World Health Organization warns against new scams
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Vaccine lottery scam alert | World Health Organization warns against new scams

Vaccinated folks are awaiting a potential prize draw that could change their lives. And while many have already been randomly selected for various cash winnings and generous perks, thousands of overly excited individuals fell for scams that came with painful, nonrefundable aftermath. It’s easy to think that falling for a scam is a foolish mistake, but con artists never miss a chance to develop a new scheme that can be surprisingly convincing - even to the vigilant eye. This week, the World Health Organization made efforts to alert the vaccinated against compensation scammers impersonating Capital Finance.

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Young man climbs over 60 floors of Aria Resort and Casino to protest COVID-19 mandates

Just as Nevada got a taste of freedom after the lockdown, mask mandates went back into effect Friday, this late June. Not many are happy with the reinstated regulations, but very few attempt to push back against the retrogression. However, a 22-year-old man named Maison Des Champs took it upon himself to make a statement, quite a shocking one too. After losing his grandfather to suicide during the lockdown, he began to protest against the government’s infringement on freedom. This Tuesday, Des Champs climbed 60-some floors of the Aria Resort and Casino’s exterior to send a message.

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New Amazon Lottery scam on the rise - don’t get finessed

Scammers are getting oh so creative, and it’s best not to get excited about anything at all until you’re confident that you’re not falling for a scam. It’s easy to detect the obvious ones, like emails claiming that you’ve won a million dollars or phone calls with foreign men telling you that you’ve won the National Lottery you’ve never even signed up for. 

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