By Christine DiGangi
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/5-unexpec … 25462.html
Identity thieves can emerge from all corners of life: friends, family, salespeople, government workers — anyone who may take advantage of their access to your information. There are plenty examples of these thieves, but here are five real stories of identity thieves from unexpected places.
Who's stealing your ID? You may be surprised. This is an eye opener and one that we all should watch out for.
by Andrew Spacey 9 years ago
Thieves are stealing our articles.What can we do?Internet thieves are laughing their heads off,all the way to the bank in many cases. All they need do is copy content, sit back and enjoy the rewards. What can authors/writers do to help stop this blatant criminal activity? DMCA filing doesn't work....
by David Trujillo Uribe 5 years ago
The World Wide Web has accomplished what politics hasn´t since the 1940´s, to unite the world with no borders. Governments cannot prevent internet users from sharing content, is part of our culture now.These pirate websites allow me to view movies from all over the world that never come to my...
by Audrey Selig 10 years ago
I checked today on this website and found one of Cardisa's recent salad recipes stolen with a dead link to the hub. It is a summary of the hub. I don't know if anything else can be done. It may take traffic away from our site. I have done what I can. I reported it as spam to Google. and someone...
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