The recent attack on LivingSocial that exposed 50 million users' information to hackers is the latest example of why consumers should know what to watch out for after a data breach.
A new survey shows nearly half of victims of Sandy with big insurance claims have yet to be paid.
Washington state's attorney general says the company's boasts of doing away with annual contracts were deceptive.
While most homeowners understand that their policy won't help with flood damage, a survey finds that few act on that knowledge.
Hackers obtained a Twitter password for The Associated Press and sent out a false report about a White House attack. They'll wreak havoc with your passwords, too -- if you let them.
The government wants to slow down the problem of identity theft by limiting access to the now-public Social Security Death Master File.
More than 26 million Americans were scammed in 2011, falling victim to dubious offers like weight-loss products that do nothing and non-existent mortgage relief.
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Most people hate the idea, according to a recent poll. But the government is inching closer to allowing airlines to make the final decision.
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