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I just met the love of my…..wallet.

If you went online this Valentine’s Day to give online dating a try, you may have received a few responses or even reached out to some new people yourself. However, before you pursue that online romance, it’s important to take precaution with anyone new that you meet, especially with strangers online. Each year the number…

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Looking for money? Find it here.

You don’t need a metal detector to look for undiscovered valuables – just your mouse or touchpad.  According to the  National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA) a few years ago, they estimate some  $41.7 billion in unclaimed property is waiting out there – in abandoned bank accounts, safe deposit box contents, stocks, uncashed dividend or payroll…

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Be a Changemaker – Digitally

Not long ago, doing social good meant taking to the streets…literally. Whether the issue was the environment, politics or social justice, any plan had to include meetings, marches and public demonstrations…in fact the Senior Planet Exploration Center had a panel discussion about it (learn more here). Today, we have new tools that make it possible…

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New horizons in data breaches?

Experian released its sixth annual Data Breach Industry Forecast, which includes its top five data breach predictions for 2019. The report addresses new cyber threats to biometrics and gaming, along with susceptible breach targets that include cloud and wireless networks. Here’s a summary from Experian’s Matt Tatham: The scale of data breaches in 2018 has been…

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Cut the Clutter with ease

There’s nothing like a new year to inspire us to de-clutter our homes, but one woman in Japan has created a movement that is active year round, and has spawned books, blogs and coming soon, a Netflix series. Take a peek here: KonMari, founded by Marie Kondo (learn more here) advocates transforming your life by…

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Take the “Moral Machine” test

Should a self-driving car headed for an unavoidable accident swerve to hit – or save – a dog, a baby, or a older person? The rise of Artificial Intelligence in equipment is bringing unintended consequences and moral dilemmas, especially as self-driving cars become more accepted. How can a self-driving car make the life and death…

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Advance planning for your online life

Today’s seniors are more digitally connected than ever, with some estimating that as many as 34 % of Americans (65 and above) use social networking sites. From ordering food online to digitally transferring money, these apps have our personal and financial data stored online. It’s vital to take measures to secure personal data to ensure…

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