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Most of today’s smartphones, tablets and laptops come equipped with a built-in camera and/or video.Coulter says she has identified as a conservative since kindergarten.To prep for arguments, she read books like Barry Goldwater's Conscience of a Conservative.It’s easy for some of the smartest people to lose all sight of common sense when they’re being reeled in by a catfish: an online imposter who tries to win your sympathy — and your love — by creating an elaborate scheme.Award-winning technology reporter Kurt Knutsson, known around the country as Kurt the Cyber Guy, shares his top ten reality checks to see if you’re being baited by a catfish.
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