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    Security providers have failed to block dangerous emails, INKY asserts in a report.
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    The cost worldwide of even dealing with these spam emails exceeds $1 billion per year, researchers find.
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    Social media users are limited in their attribution capability, according to a report from Slickdeals.
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    An annual report reveals big email volume numbers and the type of creative being used by clients.
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    Online retail apps are the most insecure, followed by brick-and-mortar retail apps, NowSecure reports.
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