Teens often seek social networks considered to be the “no parent zone.” Cyberbullying is still prevalent on the world wide web and teens are often the victim. Cyberbullying conflicts are also carried into offline altercations.
The group has launched a website called “Stand Against Spying” and has become a watchdog of Congress. Although the organizations are vastly different in terms of missions, goals, and communities they all agree that mass surveillance is a violation of the United States Constitution.
Managing a family’s affairs requires keeping track of important records and paperwork. The problem with so many papers is that households can end up struggling to find ways to organize the paperwork and find storage solutions for necessary items that are not needed at the particular time. In addition, securing these documents can be a …
Businesses that process payments through credit cards, debit cards or payment merchants like PayPal beware. The IRS has a new reporting system and surprise, surprise, according to a Treasury Department audit released July 26, 2011 the system that includes “a revised form” that may be flawed. Imagine that? In 2008 the enacted Housing and Economic Recovery …
It is expected that this year there will be an increase in travel throughout the summer months. As people are feeling better about spending money again, the amount of people taking vacations is expected to rise. Unfortunately, travel is not the only thing on the rise. Credit card theft, and credit card fraud is also …
The dangers of Geotagging and sharing your photos online
the real meat of the story is found under “Where is your money going?” a graph that shows how the billions of dollars from the American Recovery and Reinvention are being spent on. . .
What is email security? And how can I know which email security products are better than others? In this interview with Paul Herbka, we review email security products and services, as well as talk about the nature of email security and what you and your company can do to protect yourself.
AARP and Google came together to talk about how to protect your computer, and how to keep your personal information off of the Internet. Have you ever Googled or used other search engines to find out what is posted on-line about you? What if you don’t like what you find– what do you do?
Why would someone steal a medical identity? There are generally two reasons. One motivation for medical identity theft is when a person without insurance needs a surgery or prescription drugs and sees your insurance as free ticket. Another motivation for medical identity theft is the money, sometimes millions, which thieves can collect in false medical claims. Victims of medical identity theft can be left unpaid medical bills and ultimately ruined credit.