Spam calendar invitations are driving many people nuts.
Customers previously had to request or download apps to have the calls blocked. Now it can be done by default.
The USDA is happy to hand over much of its verification authority, then turn a blind eye to the abuse that inevitably continues when they're not watching.
But if you're waiting to be complimented, you'll have to be patient -- it could be awhile.
According to the suit, the company repeatedly sent out unwanted emails as part of its "Add Connections" service.
Wallace faces a $250,000 fine and up to three years in prison.
Just because a tourist attraction is popular doesn't mean it isn't absolutely fantastic. To find out which tourist traps should go on his shortlist, television host and advisor to travel website Trippy.com Andrew Zimmern asked the site's members which ones are worth the trip.