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March 21, 2020
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In the first hour
As if you don’t have enough to worry about, now trolls, scammers and other cyber crooks are trying to capitalize on the coronavirus pandemic. Find out how to avoid being taken. Plus, ISPs around the country are pledging to keep your internet service turned on, even if you can’t pay the bill right now because of the pandemic.listen
In the second hour
Your local stores aren’t the only retailers having trouble keeping shelves stocked. Amazon is, too, but has a plan to get back on track – by hiring 100,000 people. Plus, cyber-attacks are targeting government agencies tasked with guiding pandemic response, while other hackers have decided to back off. We’ll tell you why.listen
In the third hour
Find out some of the more interesting methods being used to track the spread of coronavirus – including research into a video game incident back in 2005. Plus, don’t believe the viral posts claiming that 5G has something to do with the coronavirus. And, you can still watch Netflix with your friends with this handy extension.listen
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- Amazon is hiring 100K workers to keep up with surge in coronavirus orders
- Social media shows the devastating impact the coronavirus is having across the world
- Don’t fall for this text hoax – there’s no plan for a national quarantine
- Coronavirus phone scams: Scammers are tricking people into ‘reserving’ a vaccine
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