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As Kids Go Online, Identity Theft Claims More Victims

As Kids Go Online, Identity Theft Claims More Victims CNBC, RISK & YOU 2011 SPECIAL REPORT, RISK, ID, THEFT, CYBER ATTACKS, CHILDREN, KIDS, INTERNET, ONLINE, SOCIAL NETWORKS, CARNEGIE MELLON CYLAB, SOCIAL SECURITY, BREACH, DATE OF BIRTH, WARNING, ATTACK, FAMILY, YOUTH,

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Just Say No To Scareware

Imagine: You’re happily browsing the internet one day when a host of urgent pop-ups tells you that malicious software has been discovered on your computer. These messages urge you to download software right away to fix the problem.

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HP Says PC Business is Not for Sale

Hewlett-Packard’s top brass indicated Friday that the company isn’t going to sell its personal computer division, despite widespread speculation to the contrary.
“We have no intention of getting out of the PC business,” the company’s chairman, Ray Lane, said in an interview. “Why would we get out of a $43 billion PC business that is number one (by a longer margin in profitability)?”

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Small Business Computer Support

Small businesses in need of computing support and repair services are often faced with a catch-22 situation One where there is dire need for a resolution to a problem in order for the business to function, but also one where the resolution to itself may put the business at significant financial risk.

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Bullying & Cyberbullying Tips for Parents

How do we define bullying and cyberbullying? Bullying is intentional, aggressive behavior that involves an imbalance of power or strength. Usually, it is repeated over time. Traditional bullying includes physical and verbal aggression, gestures, intentional social exclusion, and intimidation. Cyberbullying

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