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- Tuesday, March 04, 2014

UK spooks tapping into Yahoo users' video chats

The latest reveleation by former United States National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden shows that the spy agency helped its British counterpart, the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) capture images from millions of Yahoo users' webcams. 
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- Monday, March 03, 2014

YouTube ordered to remove anti-Islamic film

Google has been ordered to take down an anti-Islamic film from YouTube following a US court’s finding that leaving it online would infringe on the rights of an actress. 
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- Saturday, March 01, 2014

Apple patches OS X security hole

(SSL/TLS) authentication and encryption, leaving users' communications open to interception on shared networks. 
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- Saturday, March 01, 2014

Asylum seeker data remains exposed online

Asylum seeker data remains exposed online. The personal details of some 10,000 individuals seeking asylum in Australia remain publicly accessible, despite the efforts of several search engines to destroy the remnants of the politically sensitive document. 
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ABC 7.30 - Cybercrime wave hits businesses worldwide

The Cycle Of Internet Fraud

Internet Fraud Watchdog seeks out people and organisations that target consumers, identifies fake and misleading websites and gathers data on those committing fraud, such as their identity and home address, before shutting down their activities.

Fraud takes place in very specific ways, and at Internet Fraud Watchdog we can break the cycle of fraud against your business by working with the relevant parties to remove elements of fraud and break, or at minimum disrupt, the cycle. This frustrates the activities of fraudsters and effectively beats them at their own game.

The diagram below shows the elements that form the cycle of fraud. Remove any of these elements and the cycle is broken.