Beware of Online E-Textbook Scams
“ Because sites can pop up at any time if they are not using an established site, [students] should search on them for known fraud complaints,” said Mangiacapra. After consulting scamadviser.com, Bartholomew and Vincent Mangiacapra, associate vice president and CIO of the office of information technology, said that the website with the highest risk score is bizvios.com. MacKenzie Case, a sophomore majoring in criminal justice, said that she tries to not purchase books from the campus store because they are “overpriced.” What we don’t know is the legality of the books available, which may be an issue per book,” said Bartholomew. “ Franco agreed that students are at risk of getting scammed if they’re not careful.
Safety Tips for a More Secure Online Shopping Experience
If an offer looks too good to be true, then it probably is. PBC Commissioner Robert S Weinroth and his staff (Lucia, Yailen and Alex) wish all of our families, friends and stakeholders a Safe & Healthy Holiday! Refrain from storing credit card data in online accounts or mobile applications. It’s best to shop directly with online retailers you know and trust. Go directly to a website for order or account information rather than clicking on a link received via email or text message. Verify the URL of the website you intend to visit is correct and the data is encrypted prior to entering personal or financial data into the website. Thank you to the Boca Raton Police Services Department for providing these tips for a safe and secure online shopping experience: The holiday shopping season is here!
What Can We Learn From Amazon's Transparency Report?
Even as you learn about the diverse ways of monitoring your database and enhancing its performance, perhaps evenresolving performance problems to keep your data and privacy safe, there is more to the recent transparency by Amazon. Amazon and PRISM surveillance program One of the reasons why the transparency report was highly expected was to know how Amazon had been involved in the NSA’s PRISM program, a clandestine surveillance and spy program that has become a source of fear and dread across the board. The transparency report couldn’t however come soon enough. Amazon has promised to release the report biannually. 1 Flares 1 Flares × After releasing its first ever report, Amazon has left many consumers and users wondering about a number of things. Between January and May 2015, Amazon has indicated it has received about 813 subpoenas with 542 already responded to.