Protect yourself and stop TMI; 78 percent of ex-burglars used social media to plan break-ins.
A fake prince asks people to send him money is an example of online TMI and consumer awareness.
Before joining the app party, check the permissions it’s requesting to protect your private information.
Stop TMI; one in six mobile users has downloaded a malicious app, so take care what you download.
More than 16 million social media accounts spread spam, so think twice before accepting friend requests.
Consumer awareness message reminds people to stop TMI by not improperly sharing financial data.
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