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(3 comments) SHARE Friday, July 18, 2008 Government Web Sites Linked to Cyberstalking and Murder
Many people think the most dangerous thing about public record Web sites is the risk of identity theft. The fact is, government Web sites can cost you much more than your identity. These sites can cost you your life or the life of someone you love.
SHARE Thursday, May 22, 2008 County Official Resigns, Takes Federal Plea Deal
Cuyahoga County Recorder Patrick O'Malley has a problem with women. He says they ruined his life and destroyed his career. He also had a problem with Web sites - those he visited and the one he maintained for the county. O'Malley's guilty plea last Thursday is shedding light on the arrogant official's 20-year career and how problems with women, web sites and patronage brought it all to an abrupt end.
(2 comments) SHARE Friday, July 13, 2007 County Official Arrested on Child Sex, Drug Charges
Roger Fisher, a long-time Parke County official, was arrested Monday for allegedly having sex with a 15-year-old boy he met over a telephone chat line. Fisher, 53, is also charged with possession of narcotics as a result of the arrest.
SHARE Monday, August 7, 2006 Courthouse for Sale - Cheap
If you're concerned about protecting your sensitive information from identity thieves, it isn't your wallet you need to watch, it's your local government.
SHARE Sunday, July 30, 2006 When Elected Officials Aren't What They Seem
Identity deception can take many forms. A diploma mill degree, for example, may cause employers and taxpayers to assume a candidates credentials are genuine. �Unless the deception is discovered, diploma mill customers adorn their identities with unearned titles before and after their name.