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April 18, 2020
Here are the highlights for this week's show. Don't miss a minute!
Live from the studio
In the first hour
Hospitals already stretched thin due to the coronavirus pandemic are facing a rising threat from cybercrime. Find out why. Plus, more trouble for Zoom, as more than half a million user accounts were found for sale on the dark web. And, avoid this trending advice about sanitizing your cloth mask that could lead to a house fire.watch listen
In the second hour
One couple found out the hard way why it’s not a good idea to post vacation photos on Facebook during a lockdown. Find out why police didn’t end up making them pay heavy fines. Plus, don’t believe the rumors that Siri is saying the end of the world is near. And, people are now paying to get into virtual nightclubs on Zoom.watch listen
In the third hour
Misinformation spreads fast on social media. Hear Facebook’s plan to let you know if you’ve been engaging with fake news about COVID-19. Speaking of Facebook, think twice before posting your senior photo. And, it’s a no-brainer that Americans are streaming more than ever, but you won’t believe just how much.watch listen
- Track your $1,200 stimulus check – here’s how to use the new IRS site
- Read this warning before you share your old senior photos on Facebook
- Apple’s $399 iPhone: Specs, how to order, is it worth it?
- How to clean clothes, gloves and coronavirus masks (Hint: Avoid the microwave)
- How to silence Facebook when you need a break from social media
- 500K Zoom accounts for sale on the Dark Web – protect yourself now
- The most accurate coronavirus infection map on the web just got a big upgrade
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