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Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Google Plus users exposed to security vulnerability

by Jed Kim Oct 9, 2018
A software glitch left private data of more than 496,000 users of the social media network open to potential misuse.
Google's European headquarters in Dublin in 2010.
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The Equifax breach happened a year ago. If you’re still frozen, you’re not alone.

by Renata Sago Sep 6, 2018
Many consumers are keeping their credit frozen, just to be safe.
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How does China’s social credit system work?

by Jennifer Pak Feb 13, 2018
With a lack of financial data to assess creditworthiness, citizens are being rewarded for honesty and punish misdeeds, which are digitally archived.
In Shanghai, jaywalking could be recorded on your social credit file, along with refusing to visit elderly parents or not sorting your garbage into the appropriate bins.
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Thanks to Equifax, the risk of fraud is higher this tax season

by Reema Khrais Jan 29, 2018
If someone claiming to be from the IRS gives you a call, go ahead and hang up.
It's that time of year again ... tax time.
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