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Why Online Social Sites Say They Can't Protect You From Identity Theft And What You Can Do About It

October is National Cyber Security month, thus the perfect time to highlight a growing online security issue, photo identity theft. Catfishers frequently use photographs of real people to lure in their unsuspecting victims. While these people have not received as much attention as the end-game victims, stealing someone’s photos can [...]
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