In your online statements, banks are inserting targeted ads from companies you patronize. Is that an invasion of privacy or an efficient way to get coupons?
All kinds of sensitive documents hit the mail after the first of the year, and identity thieves know this.
Pitney Bowes is planning a new service that would issue every household an online mailbox. Will consumers embrace digital mail?
Plaintiffs say devices use permanent ID numbers to access confidential information.
Writers who took e-mail scammers for a ride tell some funny stories about con men and women who will promise anything for cash.
Thieves took nearly $90,000 from a Minnesota man's HELOC account, and his credit union says it's up to him to pay it back.
Microsoft responds to FTC concerns about online privacy with new user controls for the upcoming Internet Explorer 9.
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