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Federal Privacy Guidelines for Social Networking Sites?

by Barbara J. Feldman May 12, 2010

The use of Facebook’s new social plugins and its Open Graph initiative grew from an initial base of seventy-five partner sites, to use on over 50,000 websites in just one week. The ability for users to declare that they “Like” a site and tell all their Facebook friends about it, has not only been a […]

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Need to Know: To the Victim of Credit Card Fraud

by Barbara J. Feldman November 27, 2007

Few things can compare to the helplessness and personal invasion of privacy that is the result of being a victim of credit card fraud. Where privacy and personal security is so closely guarded by many of us, to become a victim can truly be both financially and emotionally devastating. Although it may be difficult to […]

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Safe Online Shopping and Credit Card Fraud Protection

by Barbara J. Feldman November 25, 2007

Many strides are being made by government officials, credit card companies and business owners to eradicate credit card fraud and to make online shopping less of a fear. These entities are on your side when it comes to combating thieves and scammers. Just one example of what one credit card company has come up with […]

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Worst Case: What To Do If Your Identity Is Stolen

by Barbara J. Feldman August 28, 2007

You go to get a loan on a new car and find that you have a low credit score. This doesn’t make sense so you obtain a copy of your credit report and find out that you have been a victim of identity theft. The person (or persons) who took your identity have opened, and […]

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