December 13, 2021 In ​​, -anyos

How much do Latinos use social media to sell?

This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Depositphotos.com Content consumption is constantly evolving and businesses must keep up. Social networks are the place where brands find the user in a more relaxed and receptive way and…

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December 13, 2021 In ​​,  HSE

Indian PM’s Twitter handle hacked with a fake Bitcoin giveaway scam!

You are here: Home / News / Cyber Security / Indian PM’s Twitter handle hacked with a fake Bitcoin giveaway scam! December 12, 2021 by Lipika Deka On December 12, in the wee hours of the morning, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s official Twitter account displayed a post declaring the nation had formally adopted Bitcoin…

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December 13, 2021 In ​​,  HSE

Financial Sector Conduct Authority in South Africa To Provide Regulatory Clarity in 2022

South Africans can expect more clarity surrounding how to trade major cryptocurrencies in 2022, as FSCA seeks to protect retail investors from scams. In the light of two infamous cryptocurrency scams that have their roots in South Africa and the increasing interest in cryptocurrency, the Financial Sector Conduct Authority, the prudential authority, and the financial…

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December 13, 2021 In ​​,  HSE

India Prime Minister’s Twitter Compromised: Hacker Posts a Bitcoin Scam

The Prime Minister of India – Narendra Mori – had his official Twitter account. While under the control of the perpetrator, the account published a tweet of a BTC giveaway scam. Narendra Modi is the acting Prime Minister of India, and he got re-elected back in 2019 for another term. His Twitter account has over…

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December 12, 2021 In ​​,  HSE

Girls’ Generation Star Among Victims of Real-Estate Scam

Tae-yeon Tae-yeon of girl band Girls’ Generation is among some 3,000 victims of a W250 billion real-estate scam police are investigating (US$1=W1,170). The fraudsters bought protected land and deceived investors by telling them the area would shoot up in value.Police said Thursday that they arrested four people involved in the scam. The fraudsters went all…

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