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The new smart cars are a privacy nightmare for consumers.
Online crime is often inventive, but it can also be cruel with fatal results.
Feel like your every move online was being observed and weaponized? It’s worse than you think.
We love scams gone wrong, especially when the person targeted winds up making some money.
Gig workers have to be on top of things, which is hard in a world filled with hacks and scams.
Think you’re too smart to get scammed? A psychologist tells us why you’re wrong.
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In this episode: Stories that almost made it on the show but didn’t because criminals are sorta scary.
His attempt to Marie Kondo a grill out of his life caught the attention of a scammer.
Affinity scammers exploit commonality—deploying familiarity as a weapon. Here’s what you need to know.
Scammers don’t always need quantum computing or even much in the way of tactics. Sometimes, they can just steal your mail.
When Nadine told the government that she wanted to protect a trademark, she also alerted a criminal.
A couple tried to adopt a puppy after they lost their beloved lab and they found one that was perfect, except it didn’t exist.