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If you have paid or are planning to pay your federal taxes online this year and receive an e-mail from the IRS, be very cautious. Scammers are trying to get the attention of the many Americans who file electronically. Watch your inbox for phishing scams...
If you've received an e-mail from "Hotel Reservation Support" email@example.com," the Better Business Bureau advises you to be cautious. The e-mail reads: "The hotel Arriva Hotel informed us that the data of given credit card was not...
You try to send a mass email. Then the messages bounce back. And maybe a few minutes later you realize you forgot someone. Jason Fried's company, 37signals, is trying to solve those problems with Basecamp Breeze. The new product is so simple the company...
I wanted to scream at her. Ask her what she was thinking. Make her realize she was endangering lives -- hers, mine, others. She probably doesn't even know what she did. Maybe it was a one time thing for her, but it was still one time too many. Last...
Back before high-speed Internet, way back in the 1990s, Thomas Tobin signed up with AT&T for dial-up service. He was assigned an att.net email address, which followed him through several moves. Eventually, he switched from dial-up to a faster, more...
Think your email, and your money, are safe? Think again. Earlier this year, the FBI warned that "cyber-criminals are compromising the email accounts of U.S. individuals and businesses" and using the accounts to arrange fraudulent cash transfers....
Child pornography is not the usual fare that users see on Facebook, the social-media giant used by more than 1 billion people each month. Most people with profiles on Facebook are connected only to other people they know, and pictures such as...
The envelope looked official enough. "Confidential materials enclosed," it said on the outside. "Unauthorized use strictly prohibited." Evelyn Potter, 81, could feel something the size of a credit card within. Opening the envelope, she found a plastic...
A local resident (whom we'll call Betty) recently received an e-mail that indicated it was from her granddaughter Jane. Though Betty never opens e-mails if she doesn't recognize the sender, she opened this one because it was from her granddaughter. Much...
Tags: United Nations
The next time you use your iPhone or Samsung Galaxy tablet, think about this: The person sitting next to you could be stealing the information you type into your email, Facebook or bank account. Most of us realize digital thieves can infiltrate our...
Citizens nationwide and in Kokomo, Ind. have reported getting unsolicited letters or emails from US Airlines. These letters or emails have been identified as a part of a scam, said the Kokomo Police Department. The notices enclose a check for over a...
Tags: U.S. Airways, FBI
The Hartford CourantWe are approaching a moment when candidates running for Congress don't have to bother with old-fashioned media. Not so long ago, it might have been unthinkable for a non-incumbent to largely kiss off all but carefully scripted exchanges with local...
Tags: Dannel P. Malloy , Social Media, FarmVille, YouTube, Ned Lamont
Feb 14, 2013 |Column| South Bend Tribune
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