Here are some tips to keep your info safe: Did you know that young people make up almost a third of US identity theft victims?
It’s because they tend to have good credit, making them an attractive target, and they often fail to fully protect their personal details.
You could be helping someone hack your privacy and identity.
Whether you're happy, sad, angry, or have money worries, confiding broadly could increase your online risks of being bullied or targeted for scams.
Check out the resources on this page to see what you can do for yourself and others to help stay safe online. Here are some tips for managing your relationships online: Relationships can be complicated in real life. You can fight with your sister over messenger, you can create a community on Tumblr, and you can find your best friend over common boards on Pinterest.
Here are some tips for managing your relationships online: Suppose you got a new car.
Phishing scams—where a fraudster poses as a legitimate company to get your secret information—have become sophisticated: they may send emails asking for your username and password or direct you to a website to verify your password, all to take control of your financial identity.
Here are some tips to help you protect your pocket book and credit score: Suppose you got a new car.