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Thieves like me take advantage of ignorant users like Ismene. We use simple things like spam e-mail and bogus contests to draw in their personal information.
In fact, over 17.6 million Americans experienced identity theft in 2014. There was also a new identity theft fraud every two seconds in 2014.
51% of teens admit to either sharing their full names, phone numbers, or place of residence online to someone that they don't know.
Next time in order to be safe online you need to limit the amount of data that you share about yourself, avoid spam, use strong passwords, and monitor your data online.
Your privacy is YOUR priority!
http://bcga.org/cybersafe/pages/cybersafe-stats.aspx, http://www.bjs.gov/index.cfm?ty=tp&tid=42, http://www.iii.org/fact-statistic/identity-theft-and-cybercrime, http://www.reputation.com/blog/privacy/five-tips-prevent-online-identity-theft
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