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Microsoft, FBI, Bankers Launch Fraud-Reporting System

We know what you're thinking: What are they going to do, report themselves? Just kidding...sort of. We're kind of not kidding about the bankers. But we digress... What looks like something of a motley crew (as opposed to Crue -- and, no, you're not getting a video for this one) is actually out to report fraud on the Internet. We think that this is a great initiative, actually -- not only because it'll help people avoid being defrauded but also because it could turn into a nice source for running jokes.  

Posted by Lee Pender on 06/21/2010 at 1:23 PM


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