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Affinity scammers exploit commonality—deploying familiarity as a weapon. Here’s what you need to know.
Two award-winning journalists explore a scammer’s troubled mind and dubious claims and introduce us to affinity scams.
Scammers don’t always need quantum computing or even much in the way of tactics. Sometimes, they can just steal your mail.
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A new study from the AARP confirms what most of us feared: Scammers aren’t ageist.
Data poisoning in deep-learning and artificial intelligence environments may impact the future of mis- and disinformation campaigns and even malware. Here’s what you need to know.
When Nadine told the government that she wanted to protect a trademark, she also alerted a criminal.
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Sextortion scams featuring targeted AI “deepfake” participants are becoming more common. Here’s what you need to know.
A professor of criminology says drivers’ licenses are the new skeleton key to your identity.