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If you are doing a lot of showing of items on your computer, one software/service you may want to consider, from both a utility standpoint and a security standpoint, is something like GoToMeeting.
In case you don’t know, GoToMeeting/GoToWebinar, and services like it, are web conferencing services which allow you to have multiple users (in the case of GoToWebinar, up to 1,000 users), from wherever they are in the world, viewing the same computer screen, and talking on the same conference line over the phone.
If you are the presenter for the conference, then the software allows you to display your screen. If, during the conference, you want someone to be able to take control of your screen.
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As far as I know, LegalZoom is a legal service which offers help with document preparation, reviews, and general advice. Here’s a cut from their web site…
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Here is a direct quote from a little web site (Sponsored by the IRS?) called Community Dispatch.
You Can Help Shut Down Phishing Schemes
The good news is that you can help shut down these schemes and prevent others from being victimized. If you receive a suspicious e-mail that claims to come from the IRS, you can relay that e-mail to a new IRS mailbox, email@example.com. Follow instructions in the link below for sending the bogus e-mail to ensure that it retains critical elements found in the original e-mail. The IRS can use the information, URLs and links in the suspicious e-mails you send to trace the hosting Web site and alert authorities to help shut down the fraudulent sites. Unfortunately, due to the expected volume, the IRS will not be able to acknowledge receipt or respond to you.
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