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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Attorney General Denise George asked the public to continue to be vigilant about Internet scams circulating in our community. Many residents have reported receiving emails or texts requesting their Netflix username, password, or the payment method. This is a scam targeting Netflix members seeking to steal personal

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MIAMI — As Tropical Depression 13 continues to spin on a forecast track north of the U.S. Virgin Islands, a second tropical depression formed this morning in the Caribbean with a path projected towards the Texas coastline, the National Hurricane Center said in its 11 a.m. update. As of 11

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NEW YORK — Former White House adviser Steve Bannon has been arrested on charges that he and three others bilked donors in an online fundraising scheme called: “We Build The Wall.” The charges were contained in an indictment unsealed in Manhattan federal court on Thursday. Federal prosecutors alleged that Bannon and

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Every single day, businesses are adapting to our ever-changing world. It is impossible to say that the way workplaces are running today will be how they will run forever. All kinds of advancements are being made so often that it sometimes goes unnoticed how different businesses are being run in

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) said it launched a new online appointment system this month. “As the BMV continues to transform the way it serves the community, this is another exciting and innovative initiative undertaken by my staff and I to improve services at the Bureau

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KINGSHILL — The Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority (VIWMA) said that its main office in Estate Glynn is currently without telephone service due to a Water and Power Authority (WAPA) electrical interruption. While WAPA is currently working to restore power to the area, St. Croix residents are asked to contact

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SANTIAGO, Chile — Countries across the Caribbean are preparing to adopt or strengthen their data protection legislation in order to guarantee individual privacy rights and safeguard personal data, while creating an enabling environment for data sharing and e-government in the subregion. The benefits of implementing internationally aligned data protection and

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CHRISTIANSTED — Virgin Islanders will have expanded options for TV entertainment in the form of “Viya TV+.” Video user experience specialist Mirada has launched its Iris multiscreen in the Caribbean with Viya. It will deliver linear and on-demand content to internet connected media players, iOS, Android devices and web clients.

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CRUZ BAY — The Virgin Islands Police Department is notifying the residents of St. John that they are experiencing “major electrical issues” at the Leander Jurgen Command in St. John. “Those issues make it necessary to run the building’s generator all day and night,” VIPD spokesman Toby Derima said. “We are

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SAN JUAN — A day before potential Tropical Storm Isaias was expected to bring rains and winds to Puerto Rico, at least 400,000 customers throughout the island were left without power. The outage affected multiple municipalities — from cities in the metropolitan area such as San Juan and Guaynabo to

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