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Dogecoin Team Warns Of A New Sham Tech Support Account

You are here: Home / News / Crypto Scam / Dogecoin Team Warns Of A New Sham Tech Support Account August 8, 2022 by Lipika Deka Dogecoin’s official Twitter handle has warned users of fraudsters stealing personal details by impersonating tech support service providers of the meme coin. These scammers pretend to connect with those

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Bengal SSC Scam: Partha doesn’t want to resign as MLA, claims counsel

Former minister Partha Chatterjee, who is currently in judicial remand, is not keen on resigning from the MLA’s post, and has reportedly expressed unhappiness over the argument of his counsel that Chatterjee was willing to give up the post, if need be. “Chatterjee is not thinking about resigning from the MLA post. Chatterjee told me

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August 7, 2022 In ​​, -anyos

DuckDuckGo says Hell, Hell, No to those Microsoft trackers after web revolt

In brief DuckDuckGo has finally mostly cracked down on the third-party Microsoft tracking scripts that got the alternative search engine into hot water earlier this year. In May, DDG admitted its supposedly pro-privacy mobile browser wasn’t blocking certain Microsoft trackers, while actively blocking other types of third-party trackers by Microsoft and other organizations, confirming findings

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Sextortion boom coincides with pandemic’s online shift, as experts raise alarm

VANCOUVER – The mass shift online brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic coincided with a boom of so-called “sextortion scams,” new data from Statistics Canada suggests. As authorities aim to educate youth and parents about online sex crimes, experts are calling for more regulation, education and law enforcement. Sexual extortion, or sextortion, occurs when someone

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Hong Kong Investors Lost $50M From Crypto Scams in 2022 (Report)

Cryptocurrency scams have reportedly been one of the most common cyber offenses in Hong Kong during the first half of 2022, and 25% involved digital assets. The concerning number of such fraudulent schemes could be explained by the growing interest in cryptocurrencies displayed by many Hong Kong residents. A recent research classified the state as

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