AG Hood Investigating Facebook’s User Privacy Practices

Attorney General Jim Hood sent a letter to Facebook, Inc. last week putting the social media giant on notice to preserve
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AG Hood Warns Congress Against Changing Data Breach Notifications

Attorney General Jim Hood sent a letter to Congress Monday along with 31 other attorneys general voicing opposition to parts of
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Community Shred Days Announced

Mississippians who need to shred sensitive documents should pack them up, as four cities across the state will soon hold the
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AG Hood Joins Suit to Block Net Neutrality Rollback

“The repeal of net neutrality would have dire consequences for consumers and businesses in Mississippi and across the country who rely
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Deadline Approaching to File Claims in Western Union Scam

The deadline for filing claims for money lost in a Western Union scam is May 31, 2018.
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Mississippians Eligible for Payment from Settlement with PHH Mortgage Corporation

Nearly 300 Mississippians will receive a note in the mail in the coming months letting them know they are eligible for
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Attorneys General to U.S. Transportation Secretary: Reverse Withdrawal of Rule Requiring Airlines to Disclose Baggage Fees Upfront

Attorney General Jim Hood joined 16 attorneys general in a letter last week asking U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao
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AG Hood Reminds Mississippians of Fake IRS Collectors

The Mississippi Attorney General’s Office has received new reports from Mississippi taxpayers of being contacted by impersonators claiming to work for the Internal Revenue
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AG Hood Urges Shopper Safety Ahead of Black Friday, Cyber Monday

The busiest shopping days of the year are just a few days away, and Attorney General Jim Hood is reminding shoppers
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Mississippians May Now File Claims To Be Reimbursed for Money Lost In Scams Using Western Union

After reaching a settlement in January with money-transfer service Western Union over money laundering and consumer fraud violations, Mississippians who were
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