Consumer News: Wi-Fi Security, DealDash Lawsuit and Getting Knighted

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A picture of consumer reporter Herb Weisbaum being knighted at the Seafair Festival’s Milk Carton Derby. (Photo provided by Herb Weisbaum / Facebook.)

Herb Weisbaum is an Emmy award-winning reporter who covers the consumer beat for NBCnews.com.

In this conversation with Nick Digilio, he explains why public wi-fi is often unsafe wi-fi, a lawsuit involving penny auction site DealDash and his experience getting “knighted” at the Seafair Festival Milk Carton Derby.

You can read all of Herb’s stories and sign-up for his newsletter at Consumerman.com.  And be sure to like him on Facebook and follow him on Twitter.

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