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Where Do Your Photos Go Once You Post Them Online?

by ITRC

Little Girl iPad

Social media and image sharing sites have made it possible for families and friends to be connected no matter how far geography separates them. With instant photo uploads and websites like Flickr and Instagram, it’s easier than ever to show Grandma the baby’s first steps, or to let your friends see that adorable face your son made while eating broccoli. … Continue Reading

It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like the Holiday Shopping Season

by Robert Siciliano

Holiday Shopping

The holiday season is in full force. Not only is it time to bring out the tinsel while jamming out to holiday music, it’s also time to buckle down on your holiday shopping. Have you made your holiday shopping list yet? Luckily, in the U.S., the biggest shopping days of the year are coming up meaning lots of shopping deals at stores on and offline to help you complete your holiday shopping list. … Continue Reading

Simple Tips for Creating a Safe Space for Kids Online

by Stay Safe Online

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This is the time of year when parents start getting extremely preoccupied in preparing for the holidays while children turn into devoted shoppers, wrapped up in dreams of what they’re going to get. These factors make it doubly important for parents to take care in monitoring what their children are doing online. … Continue Reading

Small Businesses Need to Protect their Data

by Jim Malmberg

DataTheft

When we talk about data breaches, every one tends to think of large companies or organizations. Target, Home Depot and the Veterans Administration come to mind almost immediately. But hackers are now targeting small companies too. One reason for this may be that smaller businesses don’t have the same number of resources to invest in data protection and are consequently easier targets. … Continue Reading

Open season for identity thieves

by Federal Trade Commission

Handwritten Insurance Claim Form with pen and calculator

It’s open season for everyone who wants to switch health coverage. As you select your health insurance plan, watch out for scams. Whether you are on Medicare, selecting a plan through the Affordable Care Act (ACA), or have private insurance, here are some tips to help you more safely navigate the open enrollment season. … Continue Reading

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How to win the War on Phishing

A phishing attack is a trick e-mail sent randomly to perhaps a million recipients, and the thief counts on the numbers game aspect: Out of any given huge number of people, a significant percentage will fall for the trick. … Continue Reading

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Scam Alert — How Scammers Turned a Letter from Santa into a Con

The holiday season is here, and so are the scams. Watch out for fraudulent website offering “Letters from Santa.” Some of these sites promise a custom letter from the man at the North Pole but don’t deliver. … Continue Reading

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