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Cybercrime Booms As Scammers Hack Human Nature To Steal Billions

Cybercrime is ballooning as scammers learn to research their victims and fine-tune their psychological tricks.

Volunteers set up a footbridge across Venice's flooded Riva degli Schiavoni embankment on Nov. 13. Marco Bertorello / AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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After Venice Floods, Volunteers Wade In To Help Salvage What They Can

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Owned by Tencent, one of China's biggest companies, the WeChat app has more than 1 billion monthly users in China and now serves users outside the country, too. Martin Bureau/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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China Intercepts WeChat Texts From U.S. And Abroad, Researchers Say

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Jenny Slate's new Netflix comedy special is Stage Fright. JoJo Whilden/Netflix hide caption

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'Sorrow Is Not The Same As Pessimism': Comedian Jenny Slate

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