Tag: Student Legal Services

February 9, 2016

Consumer Education: Trust, love, password sharing?

A strong password is a great way to prevent hackers and identity thieves from accessing your accounts. But what if you share it with someone you know? Many teens and young adults are giving passwords

February 5, 2016

Consumer Education: Tech Company Settles FTC Charges It Unfairly Installed Apps on Android Mobile Devices Without Users’ Permission

Technology company Vulcun has agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that it unfairly replaced a popular web browser game with a program that installed applications on consumers’ mobile devices without their permission. https://www.ftc.gov/news-events/press-releases/2016/02/tech-company-settles-ftc-charges-it-unfairly-installed-apps?utm_source=govdelivery

February 4, 2016

Consumer Education: Skewed Cupid

Skewed Cupid by Carol Kando-Pineda Attorney, FTC’s Division of Consumer & Business Education Valentine’s Day conjures up images of hearts, flowers and a double-decker box of chocolate, nougat and nuts. But, metaphorically speaking, what happens

January 29, 2016

Consumer Education: Data Privacy Day

Today, Data Privacy Day, is a good day to refresh yourself about the steps you can take to protect your privacy and your personal information. Keeping your information out of the hands of scammers and

June 5, 2015

Immigration: Immigration help is here!

Are you interested in becoming an American citizen?  Contact us to make an appointment to see an attorney who specializes in immigration issues.

May 31, 2015

New USLS Office Location

Our office has moved to 1107 Pullen Hall as of May 22, 2015. Our mailing address, fax and phone numbers remain the same.

March 12, 2015

Consumer Education: Phony Email Regarding Anthem Breach

You’ve probably seen the headlines that Anthem Insurance Company has experienced a massive data breach that could affect some 80 million of its customers. In many cases a company that suffers a breach will offer its affected