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Your guide to online dating and avoiding ‘serial killer territory,’ according to Billy Eichner

If you’ve been having a little trouble when it comes to finding love (or lust) on your dating app of choice, let comedian Billy Eichner be your guardian angel and show you the way. An aficionado of just about every app there is, including Tinder, Grindr, Bumble and Scruff, Eichner gave GQ his tips to getting it right online. The most important rule? A short, concise bio of 10 words or less. “Anything more is serial killer territory,” he said. Read More….

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Avoiding the Pitfalls of Online Trading

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

What is online trading? Online trading allows you to conduct investment transactions over the internet. The accessibility of the internet makes it possible for you to research and invest in opportunities from any location at any time. It also reduces the amount of resources (time, effort, and money) you have to devote to managing these […]

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Avoiding scams during the holiday shopping season

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Avoiding scams during the holiday shopping season

With the upcoming holiday season, many are going to open their pockets, but unfortunately, some unwelcome hands may attempt to grab New Yorker’s wallets. That reality prompted the officials at Governor Cuomo’s office to encourage online vigilance from New Yorkers who may shop or give to charities during the holiday season, especially on Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Small Business Saturday. “Today’s technology makes online shopping incredibly convenient with just the click of a mouse or swipe of a screen,” Margaret Miller, New York State’s Chief Information Officer, said. “While these technologies make transactions much easier for the consumer, they also make cybercrime much easier for a hacker.” Nationwide, NYS officials say cybercrime cost Americans $1.7 billion in 2014. To avoid becoming a statistic, officials recommended the following: Do research before buying:  Buy from merchants and websites you know you can trust: Don’t visit websites that seem too good to be true, nor just because you found the link on a blog or an advertisement. Many times they can be fake websites. Watch out for ads that aim at misleading you: Read the fine print always and don’t fall for illegitimate merchants. Don’t click on pop-up advertisements and email links: Just […]

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