New York City Tenant Data Privacy Act Imposes New Data Use Restrictions On Landlords – Real Estate and Construction – United States – Mondaq News Alerts

In the continuing effort by New York City to protect the privacy of New Yorkers,1 on April 29, 2021, the New York City Council passed Proposed Int. No. 1760-A, a new bill that will take effect this summer unless vetoed by the City’s Mayor.  Assuming it passes into law, the “Tenant Data Privacy Act” (the “TDPA”) will

Researchers, newspaper to track Las Vegas-area eviction data – Alton Telegraph

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas resident Lyubov Abato broke down crying as she explained the more than one-year fight to reclaim her property near North Las Vegas from tenants who stopped paying rent last year. “It’s hopeless — the depression … it will kill me, absolutely kill me,” Abato told the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Researchers, newspaper to track Las Vegas-area eviction data – CT Post

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas resident Lyubov Abato broke down crying as she explained the more than one-year fight to reclaim her property near North Las Vegas from tenants who stopped paying rent last year. “It’s hopeless — the depression … it will kill me, absolutely kill me,” Abato told the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Researchers, newspaper to track Las Vegas-area eviction data – Houston Chronicle

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas resident Lyubov Abato broke down crying as she explained the more than one-year fight to reclaim her property near North Las Vegas from tenants who stopped paying rent last year. “It’s hopeless — the depression … it will kill me, absolutely kill me,” Abato told the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Researchers, newspaper to track Las Vegas-area eviction data – San Francisco Chronicle

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas resident Lyubov Abato broke down crying as she explained the more than one-year fight to reclaim her property near North Las Vegas from tenants who stopped paying rent last year. “It’s hopeless — the depression … it will kill me, absolutely kill me,” Abato told the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Researchers, newspaper to track Las Vegas-area eviction data – Bryan-College Station Eagle

{{featured_button_text}} LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas resident Lyubov Abato broke down crying as she explained the more than one-year fight to reclaim her property near North Las Vegas from tenants who stopped paying rent last year. “It’s hopeless — the depression … it will kill me, absolutely kill me,” Abato told the Las Vegas

Researchers, newspaper to track Las Vegas-area eviction data – Las Vegas Sun

Published Sunday, July 18, 2021 | 10:10 a.m. Updated Sunday, July 18, 2021 | 10:10 a.m. LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas resident Lyubov Abato broke down crying as she explained the more than one-year fight to reclaim her property near North Las Vegas from tenants who stopped paying rent last year. “It’s hopeless —

Crain's Fast 50: Mortgages, construction — and PPP, too – Crain's Detroit Business

Pontiac2020 revenue: $4.94 billion2017 revenue: $1.09 billion% change: 354.8%Dollar increase: $3.85 billion Reasons for growth: The mortgage business has been historically strong, offering a massive opportunity for companies looking to take a bigger share of the fragmented market. In 2020, United Wholesale Mortgage achieved $182.5 billion in origination volume, 69 percent higher than UWM’s prior

The BR Privacy & Security Download: July 2021 – Lexology

STATE & LOCAL LAWS & REGULATIONS Nevada Bill Provides Residents Broader Rights to Opt Out of Sales. On June 2, 2021, Nevada Governor Stephen F. Sisolak signed SB 260, amending Nevada’s online privacy notice law to provide Nevada residents with broader rights to opt out of the sale of certain personal information and create new

Dublin in distress: Power supply issues threaten growth of Europe’s second-biggest datacentre hub – ComputerWeekly.com

Dublin in Ireland has benefited from enviable amounts of overseas tech investment over the past decade that has served to transform it into one of Europe’s largest hyperscale datacentre hubs. And with no signs of a slowdown in demand for datacentre capacity, concerns are mounting about whether Dublin and the surrounding area has the electricity