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Fight Internet Bad Guys and Win Workshops at MLS Libraries

It’s getting easier than ever to steal in broad daylight. It’s especially easy when all the thief has to do is sit at a computer and tap at the keyboard.

The Metropolitan Library System and FOLIO (Friends of the Libraries in Oklahoma) are presenting workshops in February and March designed to show everyone how to “Fight the Internet Bay Guys and Win.” The sessions will be conducted at six MLS library locations spread around Oklahoma County.

“The statistics on Internet crime are pretty alarming,” said MLS Director of Outreach Services Dana Morrow. “Hundreds of thousands of Internet rip-offs are reported every year, and unfortunately these scams are not all as easy to spot as those phony emails from Nigeria claiming that the writer needs help getting his money out of his country. Of course, what he really wants to do is get your money into his bank account.

“The criminals are out there, working to steal your stuff, or to use your computer behind your back to steal other people’s stuff. In this free workshop, computer security expert Dave Moore will expose their schemes and teach you how to fight back.”

Find out about the most common Internet crimes, then spread the word.

“Fight the Internet Bad Guys and Win” will be presented:

All workshops begin at 6:30p.m.


Kim Terry

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Kim grew up in a semi-small town in northwest Oklahoma and went to Oklahoma State University. Her original dream of being an architect didn’t pan out since she and physics didn’t play well together, so she decided to get a degree in Journalism/Advertising. She has worked in marketing for 20 years in various industries from healthcare to software to publishing.

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