You have less than a year to watch all the James Bond movies.The next film, the 25th James Bond movie, is due out in April 2020. It'll be the fifth - and perhaps final - time we see Daniel Craig as 007. If you want to re-watch the entire franchise from start to end in preparation, or if you've never watched before and are finally ready to, we've compiled this handy guide of all the installments - even the ones not part of the official Eon/MGM canon.The first list is in order of release, starting with the Sean Connery era, right up to Daniel Craig. (Don't worry: We've appended a spoiler-free, at-a-glance version of this list at the bottom.) Those of you who want to mix things up a bit more can check out our alternative viewing orders, also available below. For instance, we made a list based on the order of Ian Flemings' novels (he created the character).There's also speed-run viewing guides with distinct narrative tie-ins. All the lists, apart from the first, are free of spoilers. So, … [Read more...] about What is the best order to watch the James Bond movies?
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It’s a sad fact that when you’re older, con artists put a target on your back.That’s because seniors are more likely to have substantial savings, own their homes and have excellent credit. Many were raised to be polite and trusting. Retirees also may be lonely or experiencing cognitive decline.Scammers smell opportunity — and cheat older Americans out of a staggering $36.5 billion each year, a 2015 study from True Life Financial found.Don’t become a victim. Here’s what you need to know about 10 of the most common senior financial scams -- and how to fight back. Medicare scamsFraudsters love manipulating the Medicare system.Posing as representatives of the government health care program, they may call or email older people to fish for personal information that they can use to commit identity theft.Other scammers set up mobile units at fairs and churches and offer “free” screenings or exams. They obtain your Medicare information, submit … [Read more...] about Protect yourself and your loved ones from financial scams
Senior producer: Ruth Chenetz | Producer:Anthony Venditti What if someone wants you dead … but you live to tell? "48 Hours" explores the terrifying moments when an assailant began shooting Judge Julie Kocurek outside her home, in front of her son, and how she found the strength to survive. She shares how the attempted murder changed not just the her and her family, but the handling of security for all judges in Texas. AMBUSHED Judge Julie Kocurek | Travis County Criminal District Court: We are never gonna be the same. … Driving at night is never gonna be the same. … And we all feel that it never should have happened. Judge Julie Kocurek: I was the first female district judge to be on a criminal bench … in Travis County. Governor Bush appointed me in 1999. … I think the fact that I was expecting twins brought a lot of attention to the whole process. Judge Julie Kocurek: I treated people … in my courtroom … with … [Read more...] about Austin judge ambushed outside her home survives attack with a mission to protect others
Cybersecurity is in shambles: Who's to blame? We are building our future on a creaking digital foundation. It's time for that to change. "I have nothing to hide" was once the standard response to the occasional surveillance experience by way of cameras, border checks, or casual questioning by law enforcement. Privacy used to be considered generally balanced in many countries -- at least, in the West -- with a few changes to rules and regulations here and there often made only in the name of the common good. Things have changed, and not for the better. China's Great Firewall, the UK's Snooper's Charter, the US' mass surveillance and bulk data collection -- compliments of the National Security Agency (NSA) and Edward Snowden's whistleblowing -- Russia's insidious election meddling, and countless censorship and communication blackout schemes across the Middle East are all contributing to a global surveillance state in which privacy is a luxury of the few and not a … [Read more...] about Online security 101: How to protect your privacy from hackers, spies, and the government
Welcome to the CNET 2019 directory of ID monitoring services. Herein, we've compared the top identity-monitoring services, which can help you protect your identity, as well as assist you in recovering if you've experienced identity theft. Unfortunately, you may need one of these services soon, if you don't already. That's because identity theft is a huge and growing problem, with more enormous data breaches hitting with increasing regularity. In 2016 alone, there were more than 15 million US identity fraud cases, with Americans losing more than $16 billion. The 2017 Equifax breach was the icing on a very bad cake -- one that got even worse in the months that followed. More recently, the Starwood Marriott breach compromised the information of more than 380 million guests, including more than 5 million passport numbers. In this directory, we'll look at some of the better services for helping you to manage your identity. Before we get started though, we should tell … [Read more...] about The Best Identity Theft Monitoring Services for 2019