Jul 9, 2014

Anonymous Apps Are Not Always Bad

HEMU’S BOTTOM LINE: Anonymous Apps Are Not Always Bad

Though anonymous apps cause problems when perpetrators bully and verbally harm others, it is not all bad. The majority of users want to express certain opinions anonymously to protect themselves, but still get their message out to the public. Read more in Cnet’s article where Hemu provides insight on how anonymity can be productive.

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May 7, 2014

Though email scams are the main concern, we need to remember that classic phone scams are still happening

Hemu’s Bottom Line: Though email scams are the main concern, we need to remember that classic phone scams are still happening

Phone scams are still occurring, and the public needs to be aware of who they are receiving calls from. Most recently, people will receive missed calls, from places such as the Dominican Republic or Jamaica, and the phone only rings once, causing recipients to call back. They are automatically charged around $20, and additional charges rack up each minute they are on the line. “Cramming” is used to define this practice of using wireless accounts to illegally charge callers. Watch out for the one ring scam, and avoid calls with unfamiliar numbers and foreign area codes.

May 7, 2014

The U.S. Film And Entertainment Industries Could Come Under Cyber Attack

HEMU’S BOTTOM LINE: The U.S. Film And Entertainment Industries Could Come Under Cyber Attack

A new report from cybersecurity firm FireEye warns that the U.S. film and entertainment industries could come under cyberattack from Chinese hackers intent on undermining companies’ content, technology and internal communications. See what Hemu has to say on the matter.

Read more on Variety