All kinds of information about you can be purchased online. Here's how to opt out, if possible, and protect your privacy.
Many share information, like their full birth date, that cyber crooks can use to their advantage.
Web site helps sift fact from fiction in forwarded e-mails. No, Bill Gates is not going to send you money.
It varies from less than a year to indefinitely, depending on the type.
The scammers are out. But the good news is the Census Bureau is hiring.
Phony group claims that $1.3 billion of Madoff money was found in a hideout in Malaysia.
The company is barred from making deceptive claims and is required to safeguard customers' private information.
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