MasterCard Seeks To Stop Online Fraud With Selfies, Fingerprints

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans MasterCard plans to launch new biometric technology for verifying customer identities during online shopping transactions in the coming weeks with merchants and banks. The company has been testing facial and fingerprint recognition software, called Identity Check, in the Netherlands, Canada The…

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Warning: Selfies kill more people than sharks do

According to a report by Condé Nast Traveler, you are more likely to be killed by taking a selfie than from an encounter with a Great White Shark. A Wikipedia page is devoted to those who paid the ultimate price for merely shooting a self-portrait, using the front-facing camera on…

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Hacking scandal celebrities were ‘dumb’ to keep naked selfies on their computers and phones, says EU digital commissioner

The European Union’s new digital head has accused celebrities whose naked photos have been leaked online of being ‘dumb’ for having taken them in the first place. Images of more than 80 stars including Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence, singer Rihanna […] For more information go to http://www.NationalCyberSecurity.com, http://www. GregoryDEvans.com, http://www.LocatePC.net…

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Your Naked Selfies Could be Hacked by Revenge Porn Sites

  As the revenge porn epidemic spreads, it becomes even more invasive than exes uploading your nude photos to social media sites: Dozens of Texas women found personal, naked shots of themselves — which they hadn’t sent to anybody, ever — on a website called Texxxan.com, reports BBC News. This was likely accomplished by “revenge porn…

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