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Financial data such as credit card numbers weren't compromised, but personal data were.
Identity theft is happening all the time, literally.
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The chance of identity theft rises when you share personal information across underprotected devices -- meaning when you shop.
Many of us are stuck working in jobs unworthy of their degrees, but probably not the IT grads.
The results of this survey may shock parents, but at least there are steps they can take toward better online safety habits.
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A study tracking online use by people over 50 showed plenty of sharing of private data and failure to password-protect phones and tablets.
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