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SANTA YSABEL, Calif., Nov. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Cruz Bustamante, spokesman for Santa Ysabel Interactive, an enterprise of the Santa Ysabel Tribal Development Corporation issued the following statement responding to the State of California's lawsuit that attempts to severely undermine the inherent sovereign rights of the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel and its Class II gaming rights under federal law pursuant to the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA). "The complaint filed last week by the State of California against the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel lacks both substance and merit and attacks tribal sovereignty. We look forward to having the opportunity to demonstrate the legality, regulatory veracity and consumer safety of the Tribe's interactive Class II bingo enterprise. "With this lawsuit, the State of California is attacking the sovereignty of all tribes. The suit is intent on obstructing the rights and economic vitality afforded to federally-recognized Indian tribes under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA). The State's misguided attack completely ignores existing federal regulations and guidelines encompassed in the Cabazon Decision of the United States Supreme Court, which remains the law of the land. It is a thinly veiled attempt to weaken tribal governments as the State prepares to negotiate compacts with many of the California Tribes. This action by the State should be of great concern to all Tribes in California and elsewhere because it reflects a tactic that if successful would set a dangerous legal precedent that could be used in other jurisdictions to undermine and attack tribal sovereignty." "Santa Ysabel Interactive and the Santa Ysabel Gaming Commission (SYGC) have constructed a business model and regulatory structure that is completely transparent and compliant with all applicable SYGC and NIGC regulations. The transparency is such that the SYGC regulations are and have been available to the public for months…
JERSEY CITY, N.J., Nov. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Diapers.com, Soap.com, Wag.com, YoYo.com, and their family of sites launched a full lineup of deals today, one week before Cyber Monday (click here for all site deals). Starting today and running through December 9th, the 10 sites are offering hundreds of offers on holiday gifts for the whole family (including pets) as well as savings on everyday household and grocery essentials. Two waves of deals will be revealed over 16 days, with offers of 30% off and ranging up to 70% off on notable mass and specialty brands across toys, baby gear, children's clothing, and home and kitchen items as well as children's sports and activities gear. Additionally, customers can shop big name brands on household, personal care, baby care, and pet items and receive fast, free shipping on orders of $49 or more. "Our sites are here year-round to make shopping super easy for mom, especially during the holiday season," said Emilie Arel Scott, SVP of Retail at Quidsi. "Last year, Cyber Monday was our busiest day of the year with customers buying gifts for their children, family, friends, teachers – as well as stocking up on their favorite everyday items. To show them a little extra love this year, we're offering more deals than ever before on mom's favorite brands and running them for twice as long." The following are a few examples of the many standout deals that will be available over the next 16 days, from November 24th through December 9th: Baby Gear and Children's Clothing from Diapers.com (click here for all Diapers.com deals): 30% off Diono, Baby Bjorn and select Britax 50% off Carter's Clothing and Shoes 30% off Burt's Bees Clothing, Zutano, Splendid, JoJo Maman Bebe Everyday Household and Grocery Essentials from Soap.com (click here for…
COSTA MESA, Calif., Nov. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A recent survey from Experian's ProtectMyID® reveals that retail data breaches have raised consumer awareness of identity protection during the busy holiday shopping season. In fact, more than 70 percent of respondents shopping in stores noted they plan to stay aware of their surroundings when shopping. Consumers also expect retailers to keep their information safe: 79 percent would like to hear from retailers as to how those retailers plan to protect personal and credit card information – before the holiday shopping starts. However, the survey demonstrates that consumers could do a little more to protect their own information. For example, of those planning to shop online, nearly 40 percent still don't check to see if the site is secure. In-store, only 41 percent of respondents cover the PIN pad at registers when entering that information, leaving them exposed to "shoulder surfers." "Many of this season's holiday shoppers received retail data breach notifications during the past few years and they feel that their identities are at risk more than ever before, whether shopping online or in-store," said Becky Frost, senior manager of consumer education for Experian's ProtectMyID. "However, consumers should understand that it's not just about retailers keeping their information secure; often an identity thief only needs a shopper's momentary lapse in focus to walk away with an unintended 'holiday gift' of personal information." More survey results: Shoppers' game plan Ninety-five percent of survey respondents anticipate shopping at a physical store, while 86 percent believe they will shop online via a computer and 41 percent will make purchases online via a mobile device. (However, 30 percent of consumers believe their identities are more at risk when shopping online.) Forty percent of surveyed consumers plan to shop with cash more often due to the…

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