One of the clear dangers of cheating on a partner is the possible retribution. This guy obviously didn’t hire a private investigator to discreetly let him know about the activities of his fiancée – he had to find out the hard way.
This week marks three months since the Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 crash, and still the search continues, with the victims’ families taking matters into their own hands.
Though men are often thought to be more likely to cheat than women, the fact is that almost as many women cheat as men.
In the past fortnight, two of the world’s largest user-focused companies have had major cyber security breaches, and have urged users to change their passwords to protect their devices, accounts and identities. However, there’s more to being safe online.
Rita Mercuri defrauded $164,000 from Worksafe following a workplace accident in 1985. She underwent a lower-leg amputation and has since been using a prosthetic leg. Her former workplace paid her weekly compensation to cover her for unemployment.
The rise of cybercrime in recent years has cost Australians billions of dollars. In 2011, Australians lost $4.8 billion to credit card cybercrime to criminals, according to a Norton cybercrime report. If we shared the load, that costs every Australian $212 each year.