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This week we are joined by Maria Varmazis, host of the N2K daily space show, T-Minus. She discusses how AI is being used as a possible solution to one of the oldest scams in the book in Japan. Dave and Joe share some listener follow up, one from listener Alan and one from Clinton, who both write in about a recent episode and they share their thoughts on the story of Charlotte Cowles being scammed out of $50,000. Dave shares a story about calendar meeting links, from Calendly, a popular application for scheduling appointments and meetings, being used to spread mac malware. Joe shares write ins from several listeners, some writing in to share experiences with scams they have come across, others writing to warn others on scams they have seen used in the real world. Our catch of the day comes from Zach with an oddity, getting scammed by mail! Please take a moment to fill out an audience survey! Let us know how we are doing! Links to the stories: Japan’s new ATMs automatically play anti-fraud videos to people talking on mobile phones【Video】 Fraudsters in Japan use foreigners' bank accounts in cash grab 【警察庁】ATMで携帯電話…AIで検知し警告表示 特殊詐欺の被害増受け Calendar Meeting Links Used to Spread Mac Malware IDcare You can hear more from the T-Minus space daily show here. Have a Catch of the Day you'd like to share? Email it to us at [email protected].
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