Web site helps sift fact from fiction in forwarded e-mails. No, Bill Gates is not going to send you money.
Every year the FTC compiles a list of problems that drew the most complaints. Here's the new list, which still includes the Nigerian letter scam.
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.
Antivirus software companies predict a breakthrough year for hacker attacks via social-networking sites.
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