Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Web networkers 'at risk of fraud'

I have recieved an interesting email earlier today from a friend of mine that could be of benefit to all of us :-)
Here you go....

People who use internet networking sites are being warned that they could be at risk of identity theft.

Credit information group Equifax said members of sites such as MySpace, Bebo and Facebook may be putting too many details about themselves online.

It said fraudsters could use these details to steal someone's identity and apply for credit and benefits.

About 80,000 people in the UK were victims of identity theft last year, at a cost to the economy of £1.5bn.

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hamdool said...

Thanks alot for the advice
& for those informations :)

Ansam said...

My pleasure

Anonymous said...

The same diversity in their ways of formation and the same rules for its solution hold good also for the innumerable medley of dream contents, examples of which I need scarcely adduce.. Van Kamp dubbed the barn, with enough more money to make him love all the world until he got used to having it.. But it is known that no matter what idea the contractor may have in mind, and how desirous he may be of putting it into operation, he can do nothing without capital; he must depend upon a capitalist to defray the necessary expenses, and this capitalist, who supplies the psychic expenditure for the dream is invariably and indisputably a wish from the unconscious , no matter what the nature of the waking thought may be.. Still no one is overlooked or neglected.. Gideon felt very tender, very important, at peace with himself and all the world. [1] Freud, Three Contributions to Sexual Theory, translated by A.. He gave one regretful thought to the gorgeous wardrobe he was leaving behind him; but he dared not return for it.. Now, William, said his host, I understand perfectly your feeling about boats, and what I wish to prove to you is that it is a feeling without any foundation.. She was from one of the towns in Western New York, and had brought with her a variety of city airs and graces somewhat caricatured, set off with year-old French fashions much travestied.. Indeed, as she lifted her voice in imitation of the call the Colonel thought it certainly very sweet and birdlike.. For the first half hour or so he chooses common and easy words, that the spirit of the evening may not be damped by the too early thinning of the classes.. There! It was out! He wished Margaret had stayed to hear him say it.. You will come and dine with us, Titbottom? He assented by continuing to walk with me, and I think we were both glad when we reached the house, and Prue came to meet us, saying: Do you know I hoped you would bring Mr.. In the meantime he continued his talk.. He! he! he! said the fellow, hu! hu! hu! dat you can't do.. Brede's little cry of startled rapture, I motioned to Brede to look up.. And I have known him sometimes to reply with a kind of dry, sad humor, not as if he enjoyed the joke, but as if the joke must be made, that he saw no reason why I should be dull because the season was so.. Then with a swift movement he dropped the girl into the bow, pushed free, and clambered actively aboard.. Such elaboration of the dream content must not be too pronounced; the misconception of the dream thoughts to which it gives rise is merely superficial, and our first piece of work in analyzing a dream is to get rid of these early attempts at interpretation.. Gideon leaped to his feet...

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بـركـــــان said...

thnx for the info.


Ansam said...

:-) sure, you're welcome

david santos said...

Thanks for postin, ansam!
thank for informations.
have a good week.