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Preventing a Digital Glitch: Teacher’s Social Media Experiment Goes Global

NBC Today Video about Tulsa Teacher’s Warning About Facebook

A letter written with a green pen, in all caps, showed up today in my Facebook news feed. The letter was written several months ago by an Oklahoma teacher, Melissa Bour. She was given permission by her school’s administration to post the letter in an effort …

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Who Else Wants to Stay Safe from Income Tax Scams?

Tax Scams‘Tis the season for tax returns. However, in the midst of a flurry of filling out forms and filing for returns, make sure to keep an eye out for scams that want to steal your hard-earned money.

This time of year can get stressful for many people. And if we don’t keep our heads on …

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To Share or Not To Share?

To post or not to post?

When it comes to sharing information on social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Blogger, Myspace, StumbleUpon, etc.), what is safe to share and what isn’t?

Many of us have no hesitation to fill out every available box of information on a new profile that we create for any given social media site. What is your address? Date …

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You are Being WATCHED Online

Watched

Is your private information going public?

Businesses have a new favorite practice: watching your online browsing habits. They follow you around the web collecting information about you in order that they might be able to get your attention about what they sell.

This is made possible because we currently live in an age where most …

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20,000 Swedish Employees Personal Data Breached

Last year, an incident where an employer allowed employee’s personal data to be exposed on the internet. The Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, Washington alerted approximately 20,000 current and former employees that their personal information, which included Social Security numbers, was accidentally accessible on the Internet for nine weeks.

As is often the case, this …

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Identity Theft Myths and Misconceptions

There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about Identity Theft floating around these days and you have probably heard a number of them. The problem is, by the time these myths and misconceptions get passed around they often become “fact”.

Mark Seguin uncovers the truth about Identity Theft Myths and Misconceptions in this video.…

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Your Identity is Important

Get the experts on your side so you can fight back against one of the fastest growing crimes in North America with the Identity Theft Shield offered by LegalShield. It’s affordable, convenient and does the work for you.

What sets Identity Theft Shield Apart?

Unlike some of the other options available today, the Identity Theft

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Ten Tips To Prevent Identity Theft

While there is no guaranteed strategy to avoid identity theft, you can minimize your risks and guard your personal information by following these ten basic steps.

  1. Mail – Deposit all outgoing mail in mailboxes or in the mailing slots at your local post office. Never leave bill payments in your apartment lobby for the mail
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