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VICIOUS ROYAL MAIL E-MAIL SCAM - BEWARE

URGENT ALERTS ARE BEING SENT OUT OVER A VICIOUS ROYAL MAIL E-MAIL SCAM

There is a nasty new scam doing the rounds which starts off with you receiving an e-mail supposedly from Royal Mail, saying that they have a letter or parcel for you. 176 more words

Crime Alerts

An Adventure in Fraud Land

Slight update: After going to the bank and taking care of that end, now their spam emails are referring to the site as tech fix now. 835 more words

Computer Fraud

Feds: Chicago Woman Targeted By State Department Employee In Cyberstalking Case

CHICAGO (CBS) — An Illinois woman was allegedly targeted by a U.S. State Department employee accused of cyber-stalking young women.

Federal prosecutors in Georgia said Michael C. 100 more words

News

Why Hackers Love Companies Who Use Social Media - The Point

I read an interesting article that discusses the intersection between social media and cybersecurity. The gist is that the bad guys use information they learn on social media ( 29 more words

Digital Information Law

Grade-hacking case brings 16 more felony charges for private tutor suspect

The former private tutor at the centre of a high school grade-fixing scandal in California has been charged with a further 16 felony counts, on top of five he was already facing, and could be looking at 16 years in jail. 392 more words

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A Cautionary Tale: Make Sure Your Investigator Follows The Law

In a white-collar case, the prosecutors have the FBI on their side. A private lawyer can’t call on armed agents to investigate a case. Hiring a good private investigator, then, can make all the difference. 709 more words

Ethics

Is China responsible for all the hacking it has been blamed for? Not according to Norse.

An interesting article about Norse’s upgrades to its ipviking system indicate that China may not be quite as bad as we previously thought:

3C: So what have you discovered? 72 more words

Computer Fraud