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Content tagged with Cybersecurity posted in October 2008
Yahoo, Microsoft Combine To Fight Net Lottery Scams
News  |  10/28/2008  | 
One of every 44 Internet users across Europe has lost money to fraudsters, according to research.
Terrorists Could Use Twitter For Mayhem, Army Report Muses
News  |  10/27/2008  | 
An intelligence paper outlines technologies that terrorist organizations could use to inflict harm, including cell phone GPS data, voice-changing technology, and Twitter updates.
FBI Undercover Operation Busts 'Carding' Ring
News  |  10/17/2008  | 
The agency said its operation against an online forum called Dark Market resulted in 56 arrests around the world and saved some $70 million in potential losses.
California Bans RFID Skimming
News  |  10/2/2008  | 
Advocates of the bill say it will help maintain security for millions of state residents who use the technology in their everyday lives.
Tools Help Families Combat Cyber Bullying With Alerts, Tips
News  |  10/1/2008  | 
Firms like CyberPatrol and LookBothWays keep up with Internet trends to block Web sites, manage time spent online, block downloads, restrict chat, and prevent inappropriate language.


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