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Now with banks losing more than 30 million pounds to online crime last year, consumers are being warned today that they must start taking responsibility for their own security or possibly lose out. It comes as a report claims there is a new victim of cyber crime in the UK every ten seconds with more than 3 million offences committed last year. The vast majority involve cases online harassment, including threatening e-mails and blackmail. Our technology correspondent Benjamin Cohen is with me now.Host: So what does this report tell us about the scale of cyber crime?C: It looks like it's actually much larger than we initially thought, about 90% of online cyber crimes don't actually get reported to the police, and these are statistics being gathered from other sources, let's have a look at some of them. We can see that there is almost 2 million cases of online abuse, now includes things like psychological harm, and bullying on children sites like bebo, on the youth site facebook, racism and homophobia. There's also a huge amount of online sexual offences: 850,000. They include child-abusing glooming, in addition to unwarranted sexual approaches via work/ e-mail, but a really interesting point there is that online financial fraud has around 207,000 instances of that each year. And they include so-called phishing attacks, and that's when you got an e-mail supposedly from your bank asking you to log in and give your security details. The money from your account is then emptyed to an account of another victim. And then transferred out of the UK, and that's actually very difficult for the banks to be able to trace and difficult for them to recover.H: And that's where this rather alarming warning comes in, today the banks may not continue to keep paying out in these instances. C: It's important to stress that the moment banks do pay out in most cases, but they have been saying to me that that's when the terms of conditions are kept, and that's when people are acting responsibly. And it cost them 33 million pounds last year. That was a rise of 23 million pounds than the previous year. But paying out when it's not their fault, isn't that financially viable for the banks and they're starting to say the consumers need to take responsibility for their own actions online. If you repeatedly fall victim to a phishing scam, when the bank has clearly after the first attack has explained to you what need to do to prevent yourself becoming a victim subsequently, of course you might expect them to turn around and question whether they should be paying out. C: And the bank, and the banking industry is reviewing their, their codes in relation to online bank. And there can be a new code of conduct out in March of 2008. And if you wanna get any, viewers wanna get any tips, then view Channel4.com/news, um we put some tips of how to avoid being scammed in the future. H: OK, thanks.200805/39857宜昌专业性病科----And this morning on Today's How-To: saving time, work, family, errands, chores, oh, yeah, but how about having some fun once in a while? Did you feel like you need more hours from the day? Well, Good Housekeeping Magazine has some advice on how you can stop wasting time and get it all done. And here with the ur, top ten tips, is Carolyn Forte, hey Carolyn, good morning!---Good morning, Hoda, nice to be here!---You know, ah, well, a lot of us spend time looking for things in the morning? It's the glasses, it's the keys, and in my case it's always, always the other shoe.---(laugh) Yeah, the other shoe, (now, ah) yeah!I've been there.--- What are the biggest mistakes we made when it comes to that? ---And to speak to what you're saying, (Yeah) I think it's being organized. When you're disorganized, you don't know where things are, (right) you're rifling from drawers, rifling through closets, trying to find the thing that didn't go back where it belongs. So if you can stay your organized, you can really save some time.---All right. Let's start saving time right this minute. OK?--Okay.-- No. 1, your No.1 tip here is bank online. (Right). Now some people are afraid to do it, but you say (A little nervous) it's something smart. --Yeah, yeah, it is very safe. And we certainly recommend that you use your own bank's website. So go to the bank, talk to the consumer service representatives there. If you have some questions about how to do it, how safe it is, it's the best way to find out how safe it is and how easy...---And how much time do you think you saved, Carolyn, by doing that?---You know if you can, write, write in a lot of checks, if you're making transfers, checking your statements, you can save 30 minutes, up, even up to an hour.---I've seen um~a lot of this number, the second tip, which is online grocers (en hmm). Now, um that's really not for everyone, but you actually go grocery shopping online.---That's exactly what you do. And you know, if you are the type of person that wants to every label and look at every, every, er, piece of fruit, it's probably not for you. But, um, you know, if you wanna give up a little control, you can definitely save some time. ---And what's the good strategy if you decide to shop online?---What I would suggest is especially starting out, is do the staples online. The brands that you use all the time, the paper products, the cleaning products, the cereals, get that online and then go to the store for the meats in the produce.---Now for those who are big library people who like the library, you say make a preemptive strike basically and go online first before you actually make the trip out to the library. ---That's exactly right. Check, check the library's website. You can reserve books rather than make a trip and find out they don't have the book that you want. (Right) You can put it in order and they will call you and let you know when it's in and then you go get it.----Ah the fourth tip I like it a lot because I travel a lot. It is print your boarding pass before you go to the airport. (Yep) That is so smart, right?--- It, really, it's like why don't we think of this sooner, right? (Yeah). It's really amazing, especially you don't have to check luggage, cause if you have to check luggage it's gonna take you a little time. (Sure) But if you're just carrying on, you skip those chaos and go right to the gate.---That's brilliant. Now (yeah) for, for those of us who are always sort of looking for the same phone number, I know I'm like this. I leaf through the phone book, I find the phone number, I call it, I shut the phone book,(right), um, and then the next week I'm gonna use that same number.(right) What's the good way to sort of keep track of things? --- Highlight it, you know, just do it in a bright color, so it jumps out to you if it's something that you use often and organize your phone book (en hmm). That's really important. No more napkins and envelope flaps and old Christmas cards and phone numbers. Do it nicely and you will find things quicker.---Okay my big Achilles' heel for me is my purse. It is the bottomless horrible pit. (the pit) I don't even know what's in there. But you, show me the best way (Everything goes in there, right.) ---You've got a handy bag.---You've got a little, a little example here for you. And the first thing to do is keep a pen in every purse. (Pen in every purse), okay? (Yep) and a couple of pens, cause you, inevitably you are gonna run out of ink, (Yeah) so you wanna do that, em, what I like is a nice handy little bag, (what's in there?), a zip-topped bag of note cards, your stamps, (right) your address labels, so when you are waiting into, in line or waiting, for, a doctor's appointment, (en hmm, en hmm) you could write out notes quickly, okay? Keep an easy-to-find credit card, either credit card or ATM card. (ATM card, that's smart, you could have your ATM card in there), bright colors, you know, exactly where (right) it is to pull it out and a separate pouch inside for all your receipts, so that they don't wind up all over the place (en hmm). What you can do is keep them there organized. (Can I show you my purse just one second?) (laugh). Go through them once in a while. Just take a, take a shot in that baby. Can you see in there? There are Sudafed, makeup. Anyway. I thought it's a lot in there. ( We can give you a hand) It's bad. All right and you say, just lastly, it's good (ok), it's, it's a good idea to stash scissors in every single room so if you are wrapping presents, doing things.---Right, you'll, you'll always have a th you have to clip, a tag you have to take off, a little brush,er, and you know, right at the front door before you go out, make it look great. So...---You are so smart. I feel like we have saved time today, (we did,we did) Carolyn Forte, thank you so much. (Thank you) We really appreciate your time. 200810/51249宜昌前列腺炎的医院Gunmen Attack Police Checkpoint Outside US Consulate in Istanbul保护美领馆土耳其警察检查站遇袭 Authorities in Istanbul say six people were killed in an attack on a police checkpoint protecting the U.S. Consulate. Several other people were wounded, but no Americans were hurt in what is described as a terrorist attack. 土耳其的伊斯坦布尔当局说,对保护美国领事馆的一个土耳其警察检查站进行的攻击造成6人死亡。 在这次被称为恐怖袭击的事件中,还有其他几个人受伤,但是没有美国人伤亡。Before midday, four gunmen attacked a police checkpoint protecting the entrance of the Istanbul U.S. Consulate.  中午之前,四名手袭击了保护美国驻伊斯坦布尔领事馆入口的一个警察检查站。According to eyewitnesses the gunmen drove up to the checkpoint in a white car and opened fire with pistols. The ensuing gun battle lasted several minutes.  据目击者说,手把车开到检查站前,并从一辆白色的汽车内用手射击。随后战持续了好几分钟。Istanbul chief prosecutor Ayhurt Cengiz Engin spoke at the scene. 伊斯坦堡首席检察官恩金在现场说。He says three policemen were martyred and three terrorists attackers were also killed. He said unfortunately one of the attackers managed to escape. 3名牺牲的警察是烈士,另外有三名恐怖分子袭击者被打死。他说,遗憾的是其中一名袭击者设法逃逸。Istanbul security forces supported by helicopters are engaged in a manhunt for the surviving assailant.  伊斯坦布尔安全部队在直升机的持下,对逃逸的凶手进行了搜捕。Turkish TV broadcast graphic images of three dead bodies believed to be the attackers outside the entrance to the consulate. Turkish reports say a number of other people were injured.  土耳其电视台播放了3具尸体的图像,据信这几具尸体是在领事馆门外被打死的袭击者。土耳其媒体报道说,另外还有其他一些人受伤。The press spokeswoman for the U.S. embassy said none of its staff was injured. U.S. Ambassador to Turkey Ross Wilson, speaking in Ankara, condemned the shooting as a terrorist attack and said his staff is working closely with Turkish authorities. 美国大使馆的新闻发言人说,使馆工作人员没有伤亡。美国驻土耳其大使威尔逊在安卡拉谴责击事件是一起恐怖袭击,并表示美国使馆工作人员将密切与土耳其当局合作。"We will be sharing all our information that we have and I assume the Turkish authorities will do likewise. We will do everything we can to assist with the investigation," the ambassador said. 威尔逊说:“我们将分享我们掌握的所有资料,我认为土耳其当局也会同样这样做。我们将尽一切所能协助调查 。”It is still unclear what the motive for this attack was.  目前还不清楚发动这次袭击是出于什么动机。Istanbul Governor Muammer Guler, speaking at the scene, said he is determined to find all those responsible. 伊斯坦布尔市长古勒尔在现场表示,他决心要把所有那些参与这次袭击事件的人捉拿归案。He says all efforts are being made by all of our security forces to find all those involved in this terrorist attack.  他说:“我们所有的安全部队都在尽最大努力,设法找到所有那些参与了这起恐怖袭击的人。”Turkey is home to numerous illegal groups with strong anti-American agendas, ranging from far-left organizations and Kurdish nationalists to radical Islamic movements.  土耳其国内有很多激烈反对美国的团体,从一些极左组织,到库尔德民族主义组织,到激进的伊斯兰运动。But it is still not clear whether the police or the consulate was the target of the attack.  但目前还不清楚被攻击的目标是土耳其警察检查站还是美国领事馆。In 2003 a group linked to al-Qaida bombed the British consulate in Istanbul and the local headquarters of a British-based bank, killing scores of people and injuring hundreds more. Following that attack, the U.S. consulate was moved from the center of the city to its present, more secure, location on top of a hill. 2003年,一个与基地组织有联系的组织用炸弹袭击了英国驻伊斯坦布尔的领事馆以及一家英国在伊斯坦布尔的地区总部,造成数十人死亡,数百人受伤。在那次袭击事件之后,美国领事馆从市中心迁到目前这个位于山上更安全的位置。200807/43735宜昌韩式包皮术费用

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