I see it all the time. Some person will be just crazy about how they handle their personal information. I see this because I have been aware of computer crime and mail fraud since I became a victim of it myself in 1999. Unfortunately, I had gotten a friend involved in what I thought was …
Facebook decided to do away with the option of hiding yourself from the site’s search feature because they claim that only a small percentage of people use this option. What exactly is a small percentage to a company that sees literally billions of users each day? It could be thousands, if not millions, of users that wanted to protect their privacy.
Buying gold online protects you against Identity Theft? That may seem like a stretch, but stick with me here for a minute because I’m going to show you how identity thieves are at least partially to blame for the global economic crisis, and how buying gold can help you hedge your bets against this crime. …
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) provides rights and protections for participants and beneficiaries in group health plans. The Privacy Rule, a federal law, grants consumers rights over health information and promulgates rules and limitations on who can look at and receive personal health information. The Privacy Rule applies to all forms of individuals’ protected health information, whether …
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If a computer is stolen, users can an 800 number or access another computer to report it to LoJack on line. Your computer goes onto Absolute Software’s “most wanted” list.
Do you know what your identity is worth on the black market?” Identity thieves are paying around $14 to $18 for each stolen identity. . .
Do you know what “pod slurping” is? How does it happen? Slurping isn’t just for cherry and coke anymore, but a quick and easy method of slurping up information from computers, both personal and private.
An Arlington, VA resident who believed he had erased all of the information on his hard drive was shocked to learn that within minutes, experts had found both his and his wife’s social security numbers.
One in four computer users have fallen victim to identity theft or some form of a cyber crime. Use these ten steps safeguard your identity . . . .