What? Is it morally okay to read someone else’s texts? Is it even legal to read someone else’s texts? What about the social implications? This trust factor is very important if you decide to read someone else’s texts.
We often hear of the incidences of children being approached by a sexual predator online, but what about credit predators? Is there a chance that this information can be harmful?
The answer is a resounding Yes! According to the Federal Trade Commission over half a million children were victims of identity theft in 2005…
think of social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace as billboards in cyberspace. Would you want your credit card or employment information on a billboard? Or when you will be gone from your home? What if there was a way to have safe social networking?
A massive data breach in the United Kingdom demonstrates how easy it is for sensitive data to be compromised. Two CDs containing the personal information of almost every child under the age of 16 and their parents in the U.K. have gone missing. (That’s 25 million people who belong to 7.25 million families.) The data, …
The Social Security Administration is recycling their old quotes about Identity Theft for use on an unsuspecting public. What’s up with that? Does the Social Security Administration even care about Identity Theft? What about phishing the Social Security Administration?