The public school systems in New York and Los Angeles both received bomb threats today, but only one city took it seriously. So why did 640,000 California kids get the day off while New York’s youths had to spend a lovely 60-degree day in class? Credulity.
For years, phishing scammers have been setting up fake tech support hotlines, websites—even fake Netflix logins—to plant malicious malware on unsuspecting machines. And apparently, even our own FBI has been getting on the fun. Because back in 2007, the FBI created a fake Seattle Times web page, all to catch a high…
Ashton Lundeby, now 18, just spent the past 22 months in juvie. Why? Because he once acted as a gun, er, phone for hire. Kids would pay him and he would call their schools saying a bomb was planted there.