Tag: "identity theft"
When it comes to Internet safety and what constitutes right and wrong in the digital world, the opinions and cautionary approaches that people take will always vary. You can argue that an individual’s online safety-practices or their awareness of certain aspects of the Internet are usually reflective of his/her own experiences, and whether those experiences […]
Identity theft isn’t anything new. You see it on TV shows and movies, you read about it in the newspaper, and you’re warned about it every time you check your bank statement online. But when it comes to the identity of our children—children who have yet to establish a credit history or even open a […]
Sometimes ignorance isn’t bliss. Sometimes it pays to know the dangers that await us when we enter new territories. Unfortunately, this is the position that people, specifically elderly people, are in due to the fact that scam artists, identity thieves and hackers are taking advantage of grandma and grandpa’s monetary generosity. A recent article from […]