Scammers send emails that look like they're trying to help you because they know you're more likely to click a link within them if you think you're protecting yourself. But, beware! In particular, watch for emails that look like they're coming from large tech companies you likely do business with. The emails say something like, "See the attached invoice for your recent purchase. If you did not authorize this purchase, click on the link...
We will host a free workshop covering Basic Grant Writing. Individuals and nonprofit organizations interested in learning about grant seeking and proposal writing are invited to attend. The workshop is scheduled to take place April 3rd, 2018 from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in the conference room of the Harlem Public Library.
The workshop is limited to the first 20 participants registered on or before Monday, April...
Spoofed Facebook Accounts It seems scammers have an endless supply of ways to trick you on Facebook. The latest hoax is being performed with the intention of disrupting your device. Here's how they do it:
1. They post something that a lot of people are likely to like and share, and encourage you to do so.
2. After a certain number of likes and shares are accumulated, they change the post so it contains malicious content.
3. At this...
Students in grades 7-12 will develop a concept for a mobile app that will address a problem or improve a process in their rural community. The challenge will be concept-based only. The concept must be possible, well-researched and not already an app in existence.
*At least one student teammate must live in a Triangle Communications service area.
Winning Team will win $1,000 in gift cards and Codecademy Scholarships