Monthly Archives: September 2013

Is the Apple 5S iPhone’s Fingerprint Technology Secure?

Originally posted on Evans on Marketing:
Apple has widely touted the new fingerprint login technology for its recently released iPhone 5S. But there are many questions over how secure the technology is. For example, hackers in Germany already claim to…

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Beware Of Scammers Trying To Help With Obamacare

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ID theft ring scammed thousands of iPhones from Apple, Verizon, AT&T, Best Buy, and Radio Shack

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Some ID thieves targeting children, who have no credit

Originally posted on FOX6Now.com:
[ooyala code=”9oMmI2ZTru1vrysM7kH0gzonVEqauzIX” player_id=”f7575286f810429a979346d9a69caaef”] MILWAUKEE (WITI) — For years, identity theft has been on the rise, and there is no age limit! It is a costly lesson for some families.  Three different women are accused of…

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New Healthcare Regulations Impacting Identities

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A Street Smart Guide to Avoiding Customer Information Theft

Originally posted on Brillson's Law:
Start-ups have enough challenges– from raising funds to generating sales—yet sometimes the biggest threat comes from within.  Businesses that take payments via credit card or PayPal should be aware that customer information theft is…

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The Ten Commandments of Personal Finance

Originally posted on Freedom For Living Blog:
Maybe you heard about that Kelton study from 2007 that found Americans were more familiar with the contents of a Big Mac than they were the Ten Commandments. It’s true. Eighty percent of Americans knew there…

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