Articles Tagged ‘government’

US Government Releases Plans to Combat Intellectual Property Theft

US Government Releases Plans to Combat Intellectual Property Theft July 7, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
It sounds like a bit of an abstraction, but if you think about that stack of shrink-wrapped DVDs with misprinted sleeves and noticeable blemishes you once spotted at a market in Thailand, you’ll begin to realize what it is Victoria Espinel (referred to by some as the copyright czar) has targeted...

Travelers Stranded by “No-Fly” List Demand Answers

Travelers Stranded by “No-Fly” List Demand Answers July 6, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
It’s not unusual to encounter a few hiccups in even the most well-structured of travel plans. Hotel reservations falling through, overbooked flights, and the unexpected often come together to form little headaches in our holidays.¬†All these minor inconveniences pale, however, in comparison to...

European Airlines Ask Government For Recovery Aid

European Airlines Ask Government For Recovery Aid April 21, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
When airline travel was paralyzed in Europe due to an unforeseen volcanic eruption in Iceland, it was without a doubt that the consequences would be devastating to airlines in Europe and all over the world. The combined cost of the continued disruption of air travel has recently exploded past the 1 billion...