Standards help, too, as we fight to ensure the cost of sharing doesn't outweigh the benefits
A long-ago cartoon in The New Yorker put it plainly: "On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog." If that cartoon had been written today, the caption might have read, "On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a fraud."
Scam artists, snake oil salesmen, bít tất, sock puppets, bot armies and bullies - every time we look up, it seems as though we discover another form of dishonesty, grifting grown to global scale via the magnificent yet terrifying combination of Internet and smartphone.
Home Instead Senior Care launched a nationwide campaign Friday aimed at better preparing seniors for internet scams and financial fraud attempts.
The effort, a partnership with the National Cyber Security Alliance, includes online resources as well as in-person seminars that provide detailed explanations of what online scams are and how senior citizens can stay protected.
The new program comes at a particularly relevant time locally, trang chủ Instead Community Engagement Coordinator Shannon Holland said, as Davidson County residents continue to câu hỏi how the sensitive...