Scammers Using Text Messages About Stimulus Checks To Try To Get Your Personal InformationIn a classic case of phishing, these texts usually contain links to unsecure websites.
I-Team: Texas DMV Made $3M Last Year Selling Drivers' Personal InformationThe information sold includes drivers’ names, addresses, phone numbers, emails and vehicle identification information.
Wednesday Is The Deadline To File A Claim In The Equifax Data BreachAnyone looking for compensation from the Equifax data breach that affected nearly 150 million people has until Wednesday to file a claim.
Scam Alert: Fraudulent Callers Claim To Be From Texas Attorney General's OfficeTexas AG Ken Paxton is warning about callers claiming to be members of the OAG’s Crime Victim Services Division and trying to get people to share personal information.
Texas Health Improperly Mails Bills, Patient's Personal Data Sent OutA billing error led to personal information about some of a major nonprofit healthcare system's patients to be sent to other patients in the mail. 
Check Your Eligibility For A Portion Of The $700M Equifax Data Breach SettlementIf you're among 147 million Americans whose credit data was compromised in the 2017 Equifax data breach you may be eligible for compensation.
Beware Of These Scams On Amazon Prime DayAs Amazon Prime Day kicks off the surge in internet traffic is also likely to attract scammers looking to steal your data and payment details.
How To Remove Your Personal Information From MyLife.Com, White Pages And InteliusHere are step by step instructions to get your personal information removed from the three websites.
The Ones for Justice Finds Website Trying to Profit Off Inaccurate Personal InformationA "people finder" website known for rating people's reputations could be publishing inaccurate information about you online.
Personal Information Taken From Tax Filing Office Found In North Texas DumpsterThe documents were found in Mansfield about ten miles from the Liberty Tax Alta Mesa office in Fort Worth where they were filed.
Experts Warn Users To Not Send Sensitive Info Through Facebook MessengerCybersecurity experts are advising users against using Facebook Messenger to send sensitive information after revelations by The New York Times that Facebook allowed large tech companies to access personal user data.