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NEW YORK (Reuters) - An Italian man working in publishing in London pleaded not guilty in Manhattan to charges he stole unpublished manuscripts of hundreds of authors by impersonating editors and agents, hoping to claim the authors' literary ideas as his own.
Man allegedly impersonated publishing industry individuals in order to have authors, including a Pulitzer prize winner, send him prepublication manuscripts
Since learning several months ago that an unknown number of fraudulent students registered in classes throughout California’s community college system, Kim Rich, a Pierce College professor and department chair, has taken it upon herself to become a bot sleuth. After combing through her and other professors’ class rosters, she suspects the problem has not gone away.
With cryptocurrency becoming increasingly popular, scammers will find new ways to steal from consumers.
When the person on the automated voice machine told her he was from the High Court and said that she was a suspect in a money-laundering case, Megan (not her real name) panicked.
KUALA LUMPUR: Touch ‘n Go Group has partnered with credit reporting agency CTOS Data Systems Sdn Bhd (CTOS) to provide its eWallet users with a free MyCTOS credit report with Central Credit Reference Information System (CCRIS).
The BBB is warning consumers before the holiday shopping season to be aware of how scammers deceive consumers, whether they are actively shopping or passively browsing.
Google encourages users to adopt two-factor authentication, being on track to have 150 million users adopt this cyber security measure.
(Reuters) -A Russian national appeared in a U.S. federal court on Thursday after he was extradited from South Korea to Ohio to face charges for his alleged role in a cybercriminal organization, the U.S. Department of Justice said.
KUALA LUMPUR: A man whose identity had been stolen and used to trick money loan scam victims has lodged a police report to clear his name.