Oklahoma police department wants to screen Facebook pages

Feb 24, 2011 Matt Roesly

Oklahoma police department wants to screen Facebook pages

It is a process that has found its way into private employment practices, but even police officers are no longer immune to it - having their Facebook pages screened. According to WOFL-TV, the practice has spread to Norman, Oklahoma, where captain


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Florida woman contacted by fake debt collector

Feb 23, 2011 Kyle Duncan

In Florida, a woman became suspicious after a scam artist called her phone and told her that she was being charged with a variety of debt-related crimes.First Coast News reports that Middleburg resident Angela Tuhacek received a call from a


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Malcolm X''s daughter arrested for fraud

Feb 23, 2011 Brian Bradley

Malcolm X''s daughter arrested for fraud

The daughter of a famous civil rights leader was recently arrested in North Carolina on charges of identity theft, grand larceny, forgery, stolen property and criminal possession of forged instruments.Malikah Shabazz was arrested in Mars Hills


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Attorneys using Facebook as a background screening source

Feb 23, 2011 Matt Roesly

Traditionally, a strict Q&A session would lead to a prospective juror's admittance or dismissal, but trial attorneys are taking a new approach - Facebook. According to PC Magazine, more attorneys are turning to the social media outlet


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Survey finds optimism in consumer lending

Feb 23, 2011 Brian Bradley

Consumerism drives the majority of the U.S. economy, so how much consumers borrow will weigh heavily on the financial viability of the country. The good news, according to a survey from Wolters Kluwer Financial Services, is that consumer lending


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