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  • Mickey Mouse Victimized by Fraud? by Debra Purdy Kong 7/17/2014 5:06:46 PM
    Mickey Mouse fraud and stolen mail are just part of a much bigger identity theft picture.... more

  • The return of grandad Miller, Serial Killer by Mark C Sutton 7/3/2014 12:19:15 PM
    Blimey, it's been a while since I last posted on this blog! For anyone who happens to actually read it, apologies for that. After a fair bit of dithering and dallying, I decided a couple of months back to revisit, or revive (resurrect?) the ... more

  • JACKIE by Robert A. Mills 6/28/2014 8:50:32 AM
    The initial assassination attempt on John Fitzgerald Kennedy occurred shortly after he was elected presi-dent on November 8, 1960, many, many months be-fore I had committed the name Lee Harvey Oswald to memory. Accordingly, JFK was to be in... more

  • A New Low: Exploiting Kids in Fraud Schemes by Debra Purdy Kong 6/25/2014 6:00:37 PM
    Too many people are exploiting their own children for easy money. Also, look what the Florida government did to make life miserable for thousands of its citizens.... more

  • The IRS Puzzle by Ben Parris 6/24/2014 10:12:28 AM
    How does the IRS find itself embroiled in the biggest inquiry since the targeting scandal of the Nixon administration? From the author of: CREDS THE IRS ADVENTURE... more

  • What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You by Debra Purdy Kong 6/18/2014 4:50:45 PM
    Think you know how to protect yourself against fraud? Here’s a list to help you. Also, Canada is soon introducing anti-spam legislation. And Australia’s identity theft rates are on the rise.... more

  • Watch Out for Those "Helpful" Phone Calls by Debra Purdy Kong 6/11/2014 5:54:15 PM
    Here’s the latest in phone scams, plus a piece about two teens who showed a bank how ridiculous it’s ATM security is. Also, if you’re traveling this summer, beware of public Wi Fi spots.... more

  • George Will Lashes Out At Rape Victims by Tim Fleming 6/11/2014 10:44:36 AM
    Ever since the age of Reagan, America has been under assault from the right—the purveyors of violence, intolerance, hatred, impious sanctimony, and remorseless greed. One of its high ministers, George Will, the soft-spoken, bow-tied spewer of fi... more

  • Targeting the Professionals Who Help Criminals by Debra Purdy Kong 6/4/2014 6:01:24 PM
    British authorities are stepping out their war against crime and netting some pretty big results. Also, romance fraud is alive and well. FIFA might also be targeted this month in Brazil.... more

  • Huge Rise in ID Theft in Canada by Debra Purdy Kong 5/28/2014 6:01:36 PM
    Equifax is worried about Canada’s vulnerability to ID theft. Also, what happens when a hacker turns on his cohorts? And it seems that companies are having a hard time getting back money stolen from their companies by employees. ... more

  • The Staggering Cost of Fraud by Debra Purdy Kong 5/21/2014 5:35:33 PM
    A new study sheds some light on fraud around the world. Here’s a puzzle for you. What do ID theft, coroners’ notes, and a funeral home employee have in common? And ebay’s the next big hacking target but they won’t be the last.... more

  • The Future of Cybercrime (It Ain’t Pretty) by Debra Purdy Kong 5/14/2014 6:27:48 PM
    Want to know what cybercrime in the near future will look like? Also, another crackdown in Medicare fraud, plus something’s seriously wrong with NYU’s approach to white-collar crime.... more

  • Is Your Smart Home Safe From Hackers? by Debra Purdy Kong 5/7/2014 6:26:24 PM
    Is technology keeping your home safe or making it more vulnerable to thieves? And here’s another story about an employee taking advantage of his employer, only this employer is the U.S. Navy.... more

  • Hackers Target Baby Monitors and Defibrillators by Debra Purdy Kong 4/29/2014 5:24:48 PM
    Did you know that your baby monitor, not to mention your medical records and defibrillator, can be hacked? Also, increasing numbers of fake scientific journals are enticing desperate people to publish with them. ... more

  • The Marin Madam by D.E.Z. Butler 4/24/2014 7:43:30 AM
    A different look at one escort owner in Marin County.... more

  • Fraud in the Census Bureau? by Debra Purdy Kong 4/22/2014 5:42:52 PM
    According to one reporter, the census information might not be as truthful as you think. Also, art forgery is still out there, and have you heard of the more bizarre ways hackers are breaking into company databases? ... more

  • SKIERS by Robert A. Mills 4/19/2014 9:34:03 AM
    ROBBED – April 26, 2014 It was very late that April night in 1944 when we left the park-like Hague, crossed the southern edge of Lafayette Park and came out on North Ferry Street. It had begun to rain, as it often did in the Tidewater, a soft ... more

  • Heartbleed Bug Could Cause Major Headaches by Debra Purdy Kong 4/16/2014 6:01:06 PM
    Canadians are at risk thanks to Revenue Canada Agency’s vulnerability to the Heartbleed bug. Unfortunately, the problem could be deeper and more widespread than we realize.... more

  • Grandad Miller, Serial Killer - Part Two: Victims 6 to 12 by Mark C Sutton 4/12/2014 10:23:13 PM
    I finally got the second part of the 'Grandad Miller, Serial Killer' trilogy out yesterday. This means that, today, I'm having a bit of a day off, a much-needed break from the murky world of a seventy four year old who has now claimed a total of fift... more

  • Why Technology Still Feels Like the Wild West by Debra Purdy Kong 4/9/2014 5:20:11 PM
    Stats show that hacking has reached epidemic proportions. I’ve written about a lot of different types of fraud in the past, but “photo fraud” is another new one to watch out for. And did you know that Canada also is plagued by medical fraud?... more

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