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Mouse Print* -- Goya: We Use Only #1 Grade Beans*?
Goya likes to tout the quality of their products and has a made quite a name for themselves. A TV ad they ran a while back did just that with respect to their garbanzo beans. There was, however, some almost unreadable fine print in the ad that we scrutinize.
That is our Mouse Print* story this week.
Is Your Store Watching You and Using Facial Recognition?
Some big name stores like Macy's and Ace Hardware are reportedly using facial recognition software and hidden cameras to track shoppers and employees. This is often done for security and marketing purposes. Here is a database of some big name stores and their position on the use of facial recognition.
50 Frugal People Share Some Oddball Tips
To save a buck, some people come up with unique ideas of how to use and reuse things that others might throw away. One person, for example was crafty enough to turn a shipping pallet into a pretty good looking table. Others in this story offer tips and tricks that they use to economize.
IRS' Dirty Dozen Tax Scams
The Internal Revenue Service just released its list of "Dirty Dozen" tax scams designed to separate you and your money. This year, the agency divided the list into four parts: pandemic-related scams (part 1), personal info scams (part 2), unsuspecting victims (part 3), and unscrupulous tax schemes (part 4).
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