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We’ve previously blogged about Olympic ticket scams, phishing, malware designed to propagate through social networking, and other Olympic security concerns.  We also know that hackers take advantage of people searching for breaking news and trending topics about the Olympics through various SEO poisoning techniques. When Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvilii died in a tragic training accident just before the Vancouver Olympics in […]

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Raising children in the Facebook era is certainly no easy task. Apart from the threats of online predators, cyber bullies, hackers, scammers and identity thieves, parents also have to worry about their children posting questionable, outrageous or inappropriate content. Most teens reluctantly ‘friend’ their parents on Facebook, and then the cat and mouse game begins. […]

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