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VMware Agrees to Settle With SEC Over Fraud Charges
VMware has agreed to a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) over fraud charges....
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Amazon Sues to Stop Fraudulent Text Scams
Amazon has announced it is launching a lawsuit to tackle text scams that purport to be from the e-commerce giant....
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Google Expands Advertiser Identity Verification Policy
Google has announced it is expanding its advertising identification policy in an effort to improve transparency....
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Symphony Technology Group Buys RSA From Dell Technologies
RSA currently has 12,500 customers and provides “risk, security and fraud teams with the ability to holistically manage digital risk, including thre...
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Beware of Watching ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ On Streaming Sites
While it may be tempting to watch the latest Star Wars installment from the comfort of home, the International Business Times (IBT) is warning that do...
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It Would Take You 25 Years to Look At All The Bad Ads Google Killed Last Year Alone
Google says it has a global team consisting of over a thousand people specifically dedicated to fighting bad ads. Over the course of 2015, those peopl...
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DoubleClick Adds Payment IDs to Ad Exchange For All Buyers
Google’s DoubleClick announced that it is currently in the process of applying for TAG Registration and that its version of Payment IDs is avail...
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Wasn’t A Man Supposed To Be Eaten Alive By A Snake?
Back on November 5th, Discovery Channel uploaded a video titled “Eaten Alive Sneak Peek”, which glimpsed at the promising voyage of a man seeking ...
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Penny Stocks: Will They Make Or Break You?
Are you familiar with the phrase, “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is?” If not, allow me to introduce you to the perilous penny stoc...
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ComScore Buys MdotLabs To Battle Non-Human Traffic
ComScore has acquired MdotLabs in a move aimed at battling fraud in online advertising, or as the company puts it, to “augment its non-human tra...
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Phaedra Parks’ Husband Gets 8 Years in Prison
Real Housewives of Atlanta star Phaedra Parks’ husband Apollo Nida was handed an eight-year prison sentence by a federal judge for defrauding ov...
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Teresa Giudice: “Me Without You Doesn’t Work”
Last year, Teresa Giudice and her husband Joe were charged with 39 counts of fraud which included conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, bank fraud...
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Nguyen Duc Kien Jailed for 30 Years Due to Fraud
On Monday, a Vietnamese court sentenced Nguyen Duc Kien to 30 years in a state prison for his role in a series of financial scams which robbed people ...
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Two Chicago Men Charged For Rolling Back Odometers
The U.S. Department of Justice today announced that two men have been indicted by a federal grand jury for tampering with car odometers. The men, who ...
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Cynthia Bailey Accused of Photo Contest Fraud, Defends Agency
Yet another Real Housewives of Atlanta star is coming under accusation for fraud. When we thought Phaedra Parks and her cunning husband, Apollo Nida,...
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Kevin Trudeau: Prosecutors Want 10-Year Sentence
Kevin Trudeau, the TV pitchman known for touting his book The Weight Loss Cure They Don’t Want You to Know About could face 10 years in prison i...
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Kevin Trudeau: Prosecutors Want Him To Serve At Least 10 Years In Jail
Kevin Trudeau, a fraud and infomercial host, was convicted of lying in infomercials about subjects tackled in his book regarding food and calorie rest...
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Identity Theft is Top Complaint of Consumers in 2013
Each year, the Federal Trade Commission collects data on consumer complaints and analyzes said data in order to improve consumer experiences in the Un...
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Google Acquires To Get Better At Fighting Ad Fraud
Google announced on Friday that it has acquired, an ad fraud-fighting technology company. Google will include this technology in its video a...
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Sara Ylen Fakes Cervical Cancer, Sentenced to One Year for Fraud
On Wednesday, a 38-year-old Michigan woman was sentenced to one year in prison for money fraud against a healthcare insurance company and generous loc...
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