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Facebook closed 583m fake accounts in first three months of 2018
Facebook took moderation action against almost 1.5bn accounts and posts which violated its community standards in the first three months of 2018, the company has revealed.
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4 days ago by markhgn
No I will not sell you a 'dofollow' link
I get asked to share spam at least twice a week. It's very annoying
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4 days ago by andrewducker
BT fined £77,000 by the ICO for five million spam emails | ICO
The investigation found that the company did not have customers’ consent to send direct marketing emails. This is against the law.
The 4.9 million emails were sent between December 2015 and November 2016 promoting three charity initiatives: the BT ‘My Donate’ platform, Giving Tuesday and Stand up to Cancer.
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4 days ago by corrickwales
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5 days ago by mirtma65
A cure for the common cold call: freeze them out - Malwarebytes Labs | Malwarebytes Labs
The phone rings and it’s a number I don’t recognize. That’s enough to bring my mood down a few degrees. It shouldn’t, but unfortunately experience has taught me that at least 95 percent of the calls from numbers that are “private” or that I don’t have an account name stored for on my phone are so-called cold calls.
A cold call is an unsolicited visit or telephone call made by someone trying to sell goods or services. These goods or services don’t necessarily need to have any real value, so cold calling can also include tech support scammers trying to convince you they work for Microsoft and happen to know that your computer is having problems.
Recently, phone numbers that look vaguely familiar have been showing up on my phone. This is because scammers have found out how to spoof telephone numbers that appear to be from the same area code as the victim. This phenomenon is called neighbor spoofing, and it’s the latest strategy being used by scam artists in an attempt to get people to answer the phone.
So what can you do about these annoying and sometimes dangerous calls? Here are a few tips on how to handle and protect yourself from cold calls.
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7 days ago by rgl7194

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