Father's Day phishing plug

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The Federal Trade Commission announced Friday that it has created a Father's Day e-card to offer tips on how to avoid becoming a phishing victim. The animated fish-themed card gives examples of typical phishing emails and warns fathers against giving up personal or financial information and to be wary of opening suspicious attachments. The card is available at: http://www.ftc.gov/dad. — AM
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