Online banking is convenient: it’s easy to check balances, schedule payments, and transfer funds. It’s also easy for cybercriminals to target online banking sites, separating consumers from their money.
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The majority of parents are worried about the significant impact that online activity might have on their children’s reputation and privacy. Taking action is important. Are you doing enough to educate and protect your kids?
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Facebook is offering Graph Search as the best way to figure out how you are connected to other users and to discover people you may have more things in common with. But privacy advocates warn there are creepy ways to use the tool.
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Whether you like it or not, your Internet activities are being monitored every time you log online. Learn who’s tracking you, and what it means for your privacy, and what you can do about it.
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Email scams are a huge threat, and scammers continue to take advantage of online users. In 2011, roughly 82 percent of all email traffic was spam. It is estimated that scam and phishing messages make up 19 percent of spam, meaning it is essential to be able to spot-and-avoid-email scams. Use this guide to help you dodge the bait.
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