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American Express: How Business Owners Can Help Prevent Workplace Discrimination

Having a plan against workplace discrimination can help avoid issues from occurring at your company, according to these business owners.

Bustle: 11 Fascinating Ways To Tell If Your Partner Is Cheating, According To Private Detectives

If you think your partner is cheating, it’s always a good idea to trust your gut so you don’t end up getting hurt. Of course, that doesn’t mean you need to assume the worst or jump to conclusions. But you still might want to do like private investigators do, and gather more information.

Reader’s Digest: 18 Sneaky Signs You’re Actually Reading Fake News

While a wise man once said, “there’s a sucker born every minute,” you don’t have to be the sucker when it comes to fake news if you follow these tips from our savviest media experts.

Cosmopolitan: The 7 Wildest Cheating Stories, from a Private Investigator

Whenever a celebrity’s cheating pics are plastered all over tabloids, the internet implodes. But for a private investigator, capturing an affair on tape is just part of a normal workday.

MSN: The 11 Most Sought-After Items on Every Burglar’s Hit Lists

The most popular items that burglars are looking to steal are typically cash, jewelry, and electronics. However, more recently, prescription drugs have become valuable,’ says Patricia Vercillo, Vice-President of Operations at The Smith Investigation Agency.

Huffington Post: What To Do If Your Email, Passwords Or Bank Info Were Found On The Dark Web

These days, data breaches are nothing new. It seems like only a matter of time until a hacker gets their hands on your credit information, passwords and other sensitive data that can be used to steal your identity.

How-To Geek: How to Protect Your Identity Online

When Sandra Bullock starred in The Net in 1995, identity theft seemed new and unbelievable. But the world has changed. Starting in 2017, nearly 17 million Americans are victims of identity fraud every year.

Forbes: Don’t Fall For These New Social Security Phone Scams

A troubling new report suggests that a dreaded strain of phone scam targeting Social Security numbers is on the rise.

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