Florida Department of Law Enforcement recognizes June as National Internet Safety Month

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Florida Department of Law Enforcement recognizes June as National Internet Safety Month
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) joins the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) and SecureFlorida.org in recognizing June as National Internet Safety Month. Floridians are encouraged to educate themselves about Internet safety and review tips for keeping children safe online.

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3.7 Billion Phishing E-Mails Sent in the Past Year

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3.7 Billion Phishing E-Mails Sent in the Past Year
More than half of online scams are fake bank messages intended to dupe customers, while hoax lotteries and scams, researchers say. Lottery – Hoax – Fraud – Phishing – Business

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Scams & Swindles: Phishing, Spoofing, ID Theft, Nigerian Advance Schemes Investment Frauds: How to Recognize And Avoid Rip-Offs In The Internet Age

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Phishing. Spoofing. Spyware. Swoop and squat. Malicious spam. Chain letters. Ponzi schemes. ID theft. The Internet Era has created a whole class of frauds and schemes that separate people from their money. It’s also given new life to older cons and scams. This book organizes various rip-offs by type and severity. Then it explains how each type of scam works — and how an ordinary person can recognize it before getting taken in. Drawing on interviews with law enforce… More >>

The Wall Street Journal. Complete Identity Theft Guidebook: How to Protect Yourself from the Most Pervasive Crime in America

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It could happen when you make a routine withdrawal from an ATM, respond to an e-mail asking for information about an online account, or leave a new box of checks unattended in your mailbox. Identity theft is one of the easiest crimes to commit in America—and one of the hardest to prosecute. As thieves become increasingly clever, Americans have more reasons than ever to fear this elusive, ubiquitous crime. Now there’s a book to help you beat it.

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It’s against the law to cyberbully?

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Is it? And can I sue? Let’s just say i’ve been cyberbullied before
Someone asked for what happened, and it was a site called smashboards that insulted me. As for where I live, it’s in california, is it legal there?

What Every Student Should Know About Avoiding Plagiarism

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Students will take plagiarism seriously and understand its consequences with this timely and effective supplement. Here, source usage methods — summary, paraphrase and quotation — are explained, with examples. The most common types of plagiarism are discussed, from simple mistakes such as forgetting to use quotation marks when using someone else’s exact words, or failing to acknowledge another’s thoughts and ideas, to wholesale fraudulence, such as purchasing stud… More >>