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Whats ID Theft - Making Sense of Security

What is Identity Theft?

What is Identity Theft? Identity theft is a serious problem that can have a lasting impact on your finances and credit. It can even prevent you from gaining employment.  Worse, those committing Identity theft can use your identity and accrue a criminal record in your name. And you may not even be aware of it until it’s too late.  More and more people are falling victim to identity theft. Digital access to personal data...

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3 Best Ways to Clone a Mobile Phone

3 Ways How Someone Can Clone Your Cell Phone to See Text Messages and Other Data Remotely  You know the world we live in today – it’s full of unpredictable and dangerous things. Anyone who accesses their computer daily can face dangers even when they stay at home alone!  For instance, adults might fall victim to scammers that intercept credit card details by spreading malware; children could be harassed or bullied on social media...

Best 12 Steps for Identity Theft Prevention - Making Sense of Security

Best 12 Steps for Identity Theft Prevention

Best 12 Steps for Identity Theft Prevention Identity theft is happening much too often as technology advances. The number of bad guys out to get your private and financial data is only multiplying.  Some say it may be just a matter of time to fall victim to having private identifying information stolen.  The less people take measures to protect their personal information, the easier it is for them to become a victim.  The more...

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Let’s Commit To Protect Our Privacy This Year

  Let’s Commit To Protect Our Privacy This Year How our new identity & privacy app can help By this point in the year you may have already broken some of your New Year’s resolutions, but here’s one to commit to keep: better protecting your online privacy. After all, we are likely to continue to spend more time online in 2021, whether it be for working, learning, or shopping. This makes taking some preventative steps to shield our identity information more important than...

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Facial Recognition Firm Sued for Scraping 3 Billion Faceprints

Firm Sued For Scraping 3 Billion Faceprints for Facial Recognition New York facial recognition startup Clearview AI is being sued in a potential class action lawsuit that claims the company gobbled up photos out of “pure greed” to sell to law enforcement. This which has amassed a huge database of more than three billion images scraped from employment sites, news sites, educational sites, and social networks including Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and Venmo. The complaint...

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