Information Technology In The Hospitality Industry

The discovery of the missing link for the origin of comets by a team of astronomers is one of the astonishing discoveries. A few keen student web designers decide to put their skills to the test and enter a youth web design contest that is sponsored by a multinational technology company. That said, earlier this year, the state of Maryland passed legislation (effective October 1, 2012) that essentially states employers are not allowed to ask for login information to social media sites from current or prospective employees for purposes of hiring decisions.

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Car vs. Pedestrian Accident Liability

A car accident occurs when a car crashes with an animal, debris, other stationary object such as trees, or a pedestrian, and even another vehicle. It is common nowadays in any part of the world, and the results can be devastating to both the driver and the pedestrian.

In the United States, traffic and personal injury laws cover car accidents. The process involved in bringing a case to court is tedious, and often takes months or years before a judgment is rendered.

The court decides auto accident cases after involved parties and attorneys have gathered evidence, interviewed the witnesses and the opposing parties, and the judge has applied the law to determine who is libel.

Whoever is at fault has to pay damages and hospitalization bills to another party. There are times that both the driver and the pedestrian are at fault in the accident.

According to the Insurance Institute

Signs You Need Legal Action After A Car Accident

Accidents can happen to anyone, and they’re not exactly the easiest things to deal with. This is much more so when you have to deal with a car accident, because not only are you going to be worried about your health and safety, but a whole host of circumstances such as your car, other people, and potential severe injuries among those involved.

In fact, World Health Organization statistics indicate that there’s an annual estimate of at least 1.25 million people dying as a result of vehicle accidents all around the world. These mostly involve cars, trucks, and buses hitting members of the “vulnerable road users” demographic, or cyclists, motorcyclists, and pedestrians. In terms of injuries, 20 to 50 million people do in fact suffer from a wide array of injuries, some even gaining disabilities, due to road accidents.

The rather complicated, volatile, and dangerous nature of car accidents make them …

The Dangers Of Technology When You’re A Pedestrian

Even if you have your own car, you’re still a pedestrian one way or another. There will be times when you’ll have to walk from one point to another. Although doing this might be inconvenient for some, it can get the job done easier and faster since you don’t have to stress yourself in looking for a place to park for your vehicle. However, walking around the streets can pose risks to you especially when you’re using your mobile phones and gadgets. Technology can be helpful, yes, but not when you’re a pedestrian walking around busy streets. To drive home the point, there are some of the dangers of technology when you’re a pedestrian:

  1. It can impair your hearing: One of the reasons why you love walking around with your device is you get to hear your favorite songs wherever you are. While this can soothe and relax you, walking

How Technology Puts Your Safety At Risk When You’re Commuting

No matter where you go, you always bring your mobile phones and tablets with you. You think that there’s always a need to do so because people are trying to reach out to you and need your immediate response. You basically can’t leave home without these devices! But while these little gizmos bring so much convenience in your life, it can also pose risks when you’re using too much of it when you’re outdoors. You might not know it but yes, technology can put your safety at risk when you’re commuting. Here’s how:

  1. You can be susceptible to thief

Gadgets are not cheap, they come with an expensive price tag. This is the reason why whenever you use a gadget out in the open, like in the bus or the train, for example, you become a thief’s easy target. They know that you’re loaded and therefore, can become a very …