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4. Pay attention to the risks of e-mail.
 

Think twice before you open attachments or click links in e-mail—even if you know the sender—as these can be used to transmit spam and viruses to your computer. Never respond to e-mail asking you to provide personal information, especially your account number or password, even if it seems to be from a business you trust. Reputable businesses will not ask you for this information in e-mail. 

FROM: Lured at 13: Held Captive As a Sex Slave
Published on April 15, 2009

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