Every summer, the scammers come out of the woodwork like cockroaches. And every summer, a few trusting consumers fall for their tricks. Don’t be one of them.
Three separate terrorist attacks across three continents last week have left officials wondering how to best keep their citizens safe. But are they partially to blame?
Rachel Guglielmo showed up at the airport with her family, travel documents in hand, ready to fly.
An American Airlines desk agent took one look at her passport and denied her boarding. Why? Her passport was going to expire less than three full months before her return.
Her story is our featured forum case today.
Ransomware is continuing to spread worldwide, according to data from the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center. Continue reading…
PayPal has backed down on its robocalling and robotexting policy.
The online money company sent a letter to the Federal Communications on Monday saying it will change its terms of service to clarify when it will use automated calls or texts and offer an easy way for users to opt out of them. The FCC sent me a copy of the letter.
This week in the United States we’ll celebrate our nation’s independence. In Philadelphia, America’s birthplace and its first capital, that means after a concert at the foot of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, with more than a half million people in attendance, all will also enjoy one of the largest, most spectacular fireworks displays in the nation, with many more watching on television.
If you’re in Philadelphia, look for me shooting the festivities and fireworks, just southeast of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Here are some of my tips so you can photograph the fireworks near you like a pro, using your digital camera: