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My email address is definitely out there. So I get a lot of spam. I have had the same email for almost 30 years and I don't want to change it. I am ve...
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Comment by Ryan James on Worst Data Breaches of 2021 (what you need to know, and do) (January 25, 2022 07:03 PM)
If you are hacked or a company has a data breach, you can change passwords, credit card numbers, and such, but you cannot change your date of birth or...

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Stashing Your Stuff Online?

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