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Chris Parker, the founder of WhatIsMyIPAddress.com, interviews guests and tells real-life stories about topics to open your eyes to the danger and traps lurking in the real world, ranging from online scams and frauds to everyday situations where people are trying to take advantage of you—for their gain and your loss. Our goal is to educate and equip you, so you learn how to spot the warnings signs of trouble, take quick action, and lower the risk of becoming a victim.
 
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This week on True Crime Daily The Podcast: A librarian in Florida is accused of bumping a motorcyclist in traffic in a road-rage incident. The pregnant woman is followed home by the rider and other witnesses before she's shot dead in the street after reportedly getting a gun from her house. No one is charged in the case. And a New Jersey cop is arr…
 
In this episode Carrie and Kyle talk about the different types of security methods on your Apple device. Carrie answers Kyle’s question about which methods are “safer” to use, as well as explaining their potential weaknesses. She also shares stories of why the biometrical side of security isn’t always the most reliable. In this episode you will lea…
 
We all have limited resources when it comes to time, money, and energy so in a world where people can create fake personas online, how can you be a part of a community that weeds out imposters? Today’s guest is Ken Rutkowski. Ken is a business talk radio personality, innovative strategist, international speaker, and the founder of Metal Internation…
 
In this episode Carrie answers some of Kyle’s question about what exactly an anti-virus- what it can and cannot do. Carrie also mentions how an office’s systems were compromised due to the installation of a fake anti-virus and provides the name of a website to help you select the best anti-virus program for your devices. In this episode you will le…
 
Some organizations may use misleading language or pressure you as they solicit for a donation and this can cause distrust. Research is needed to make sure your money is going to the charity of choice and not a predator preying on your emotions. Today’s guest is Laurie Styron. Laurie was appointed the Executive Director of CharityWatch, American Ins…
 
This week on True Crime Daily The Podcast: Mark Himebaugh was 11 years old when he was last seen near his home in Del Haven, New Jersey, on November 25, 1991. At first, his disappearance was treated as a missing-child case, a boy who went to look at a nearby marsh fire and may have wandered off. But as the hours and days passed, something more nefa…
 
In this episode Carrie and Kyle bring up scam text messages that they’ve being seeing recently. They discuss the different types they’ve received as well as the reasoning behind why they are being sent out. Carrie also shares tips to protect yourself from these messages and mentions ways to report these scam numbers. In this episode you will learn:…
 
With the sense of anonymity, people often post false claims, lies, and private information that can impact a person’s livelihood. Illegal content such as copyright infringement, invasion of privacy, and defamation are on the rise on the internet. But there is something to be done about it. Today’s guest is Kenton Hutcherson. Kenton is an attorney a…
 
This week on the True Crime Daily Podcast: A veterinary technician is found brutally stabbed to death in her South Carolina house. A classically trained concert pianist with no known relation to her turns himself in and is charged with her murder. Two other men known to the victim face unrelated charges, but is there a connection? Plus, a Good Sama…
 
Safety in public spaces can be complex. There are things that you can do to be prepared and alert in all situations. Techniques can be used to distract someone long enough to escape, no matter the size of the attacker. Today’s guest is Lieutenant Jessa Russell. Lieutenant Russell serves as the Community Relations Officer for Highland Park Departmen…
 
In this wide-ranging two-part interview with renowned attorney Mark Geragos, Joshua Ritter discusses the landmark cases of Geragos’s prolific career. From Michael Jackson to Scott Peterson, Winona Ryder to Colin Kaepernick and Jussie Smollett, Geragos reveals how he got started in law, and the cases that propelled his success, including how the Sus…
 
A Texas woman is shot while driving on a highway after finding a tracking device on her car. Police say the woman, who was an exotic dancer, was allegedly stalked by a customer who made their racy text messages public. She's dead, and he's now sitting in a jail cell. And an Alabama woman gets life in prison after testifying against her husband. She…
 
In this episode of privacy mentor, Carrie talks about a couple that fell for an elaborate pop-up scam that resulted in them losing nearly half a million dollars. She goes in depth about how convincing these criminals can be, by telling the story from the victim’s perspective, then explaining what they could have done to protect themselves. Things y…
 
For most people, figuring out how our credit score is calculated is a black box. Learning what impacts your credit score gives you flexibility to change it. Here are twenty ways you are ruining your credit. Today’s guest is Steve Snyder. Steve is an author, speaker, and one of the top personal finance commentators in the country trained by the Fair…
 
In this week's True Crime Daily Podcast: A TikTok star is accused of shooting a friend dead during a drunken night of "cosplay" in Houston. But how could someone with a million and a half followers be charged with manslaughter without it going public, for months? And a nurse in Texas is convicted of killing patients by injecting air into their arte…
 
There are methods used to influence us to either buy or do something. We may even be persuaded to participate and only later on wonder how they got us to join. It is beneficial to know these seven principles that compel us to react. Today’s guest is Dr. Robert Cialdini. Dr. Cialdini is an author and keynote speaker as a leading expert on influence …
 
A Florida woman who went missing in September is found dead in a canal, and police say the suspect has confessed to her murder. Last year, the suspect was released from prison after serving 25 years of a 40-year sentence -- and that's the second time he got out of prison early. The woman's family is furious and is demanding answers. Plus, Robert Du…
 
In this week's True Crime Daily The Sidebar podcast: We get questions from listeners and viewers about legal and criminal justice topics, so this week we're going to address some of your comments. Eric Siddall, a Los Angeles County prosecutor and vice president of the Association of Los Angeles Deputy District Attorneys, joins host Joshua Ritter. R…
 
Criminals feel safe to hide behind the internet. They hire people and train them to be effective salespeople with the goal of taking your money. Let’s look at a few ways to do our due diligence to be sure that who you are working with online are who they say they are. Today’s guest is Ken Gamble. Ken is a professional investigator, corporate securi…
 
In a special three-part edition of True Crime Daily The Podcast, we take a deep dive into the wild case of Jose Lantigua, a Florida man who betrayed his family and friends, fled to the jungles of South America to fake his own death, and was finally brought down back in the U.S. in an elaborate international fraud scheme. In part three's conclusion …
 
This week on True Crime Daily The Podcast: Missouri woman Cassidy Rainwater is still missing after disappearing in July. Two men are held on suspicion of kidnapping in the case after incriminating evidence is found on a phone. Hours before the men appear in court, the cabin where they lived burns to the ground. And a New Jersey woman on a cross-cou…
 
In a special three-part edition of True Crime Daily The Podcast, we're taking a deep dive into the wild case of Jose Lantigua, a Florida man who betrayed his family and friends, fled to the jungles of South America to fake his own death, and was finally brought down back in the U.S. in an elaborate international fraud scheme. In part two, host Ana …
 
In this week's episode of our new podcast series True Crime Daily The Sidebar, host Joshua Ritter analyzes the Bill Cosby trial in Pennsylvania, and the state supreme court's recent overturning of Cosby's conviction, with Jennifer Bonjean, one of the attorneys on the case. Bonjean discusses the trial, the steps that led up to it, and the reasons wh…
 
Surveillance cameras and other student monitoring tools are becoming more and more common in schools today. Laptops are distributed to the students and software is installed on them for their own protection, but it is important to know what is being done with the data collected outside of classroom use and if your students or your own privacy is be…
 
In a special three-part edition of True Crime Daily The Podcast, we're taking a deep dive into the wild case of Jose Lantigua, a Florida man who betrayed his family and friends, fled to the jungles of South America to fake his own death, and was finally brought down back in the U.S. in an elaborate international fraud scheme. In part one, host Ana …
 
The term “gaslighting” is becoming more commonly used as people come to understand the psychological impact. It is important to identify the techniques used by someone to maintain an unhealthy relationship so you can avoid it or change it. Today’s guest is Dr. Deborah Vinall. Dr. Vinall is not only a licensed marriage and family therapist, but also…
 
This week on True Crime Daily The Podcast: Singer R. Kelly is convicted in New York on federal racketeering and sex-trafficking charges. Attorney Gerald A. Griggs weighs in on the trial, the survivors, and Kelly's future. And new updates in the case of missing woman May "Maya" Millete, a mother of three who vanished in the San Diego area in January…
 
Home technology can be hacked. Anything from a coffee machine or LED light to a TV or a doorbell. We understand the risk of being vulnerable on our tablets and phones, but you’ll be shocked to realize how much data is collected from our other smart devices and how those very same devices can lead to a much wider compromise. Many of us don’t even kn…
 
In this week's episode of our new podcast series True Crime Daily The Sidebar, host Joshua Ritter analyzes the R. Kelly trial in New York City with Steve Greenberg, one of Kelly's attorneys, based in Chicago. Greenberg talks about his experiences with the singer, his withdrawal from the New York trial, his thoughts on the charges brought against Ke…
 
This week on True Crime Daily The Podcast: An arrest in the 2012 murder of North Carolina college student Faith Hedgepeth. The case's progress seemed stalled, until last week's announcement of a surprise suspect. And new info in the Colorado case of Suzanne Morphew, a mom of two who went missing on Mother's Day last year. Her husband is charged wit…
 
Fear can cause people to hoard. Blockchain would allow transparency that could alleviate those fears. Understanding the trivergance of AI, IoT, and Blockchain can transform your thinking even for those resistant to change. Today’s guest is Don Tapscott. Don is one of the world’s leading authorities on the impact of technology on business and societ…
 
This week on True Crime Daily The Podcast: An update to the Ohio case of a mother who admitted to killing her 6-year-old son and disposing of him in a river. She's been sentenced, but the boy's body remains missing. And a young couple goes on a cross-country camping adventure for several weeks. The boyfriend is back home in Florida -- but where is …
 
In a breaking development on Wednesday in the Murdaugh family double-murder case, Alex Murdaugh has admitted to allegedly hiring a would-be hitman to kill him in a botched suicide plot. Alex Murdaugh reportedly told his attorneys he hired a man to shoot him in the head so Murdaugh's surviving son would receive a $10 million insurance payout. The So…
 
At some point in our life we will encounter a cyber intrusion, either through somewhere we have done business or because we are targeted as an individual. It is important to know how to prevent identity theft as well as how to respond if you’ve already been compromised. Today’s guest is Adam Levin. As a graduate of Stanford University and the Unive…
 
This week on True Crime Daily The Podcast: New details in South Carolina's Murdaugh family double-murder mystery, as the man who discovered his wife and son shot to death on their property in June announces he's going to rehab after resigning from his family law firm, on the same weekend he's reportedly shot in the head changing a tire on the side …
 
We can sabotage ourselves by the way we prioritize our day by not differentiating between the urgency of emails and getting distracted or manipulated by the media. Today’s guest is David Kadavy. David is the author of the books Mind Management, Not Time Management, The Heart to Start, Design for Hackers, and multiple short reads. David is a self-pu…
 
On our first episode of True Crime Daily Sidebar, host Joshua Ritter is diving into the #FreeBritney movement and unraveling the tangled conservatorship that the singer is in the middle of fighting. How did the conservatorship start? Why has her father had control over his adult daughter’s life for the past 13 years? Joining Joshua is psychiatrist …
 
This week on True Crime Daily The Podcast: A former "Ole Miss" student takes a plea deal to avoid the death penalty in the murder case of Alexandria "Ally" Kostial, a student found shot to death at a lake near the University of Mississippi campus in 2019. And a married couple is found murdered at their campsite in the Utah desert days after telling…
 
Gifted pick-pocketers can use social engineering skills to choose their victims. Many times as we travel, we may not realize that our body language makes us an easy target. Today’s guest is Chris Kirsch. Chris is the CRO and co-founder of Rumble. With a background in product marketing and technical mindset, he has helped formulate go-to marketing s…
 
This week on True Crime Daily The Podcast, underground-comics artist Glenn Head discusses his graphic novel "Chartwell Manor," which explores themes of survival and justice in the harrowing tale of a young student sent to a New Jersey boarding school led by a serial child abuser. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
You cannot separate community and school safety from each other. They simply go hand in hand. We’ve seen adults displaying lack of impulse control on airplanes and as kids go back to school, we cannot underestimate the challenges that may arise. It’s important to be prepared to know how to respond. Today’s guest is Jason Stoddard. Jason is the Dire…
 
This week on True Crime Daily The Podcast: A tragic case in Southern California, where a surfing instructor is accused of taking his two very young children south of the border and brutally murdering both of them. And an Atlanta woman walking her dog late at night is attacked in a city park. The woman's life partner finds her and the dog stabbed to…
 
When seconds count and freezing isn’t an option and lives are at stake, how do you prepare to know what to do? Even our bodies have natural reactions. But what can you do to stay calm, level your breathing, and be alert? Today’s guest is Robert Montgomery. Robert was an operations officer in the CIA for 34 years and served in some of the most dange…
 
This week on True Crime Daily the Podcast: a Minnesota man is accused of decapitating his girlfriend and leaving her body on the street. Plus, a Louisiana millionaire has plead guilty to planning the botched kidnapping of his estranged wife, which resulted in the deaths of the two hired kidnappers. Former homicide detective and current private inve…
 
There are many ways your network can be accessed, not just remotely but physically. How equipped are you and your coworkers to prevent intrusions? Today’s guest is Jayson E. Street. Jayson is the author of Dissecting the Hack: The F0rb1dd3n Network Series. He is the DEFCON Groups Global Ambassador and the VP of InfoSec for SphereNY. He has also spo…
 
This week on True Crime Daily The Podcast: A Florida woman is accused of keeping a special-needs girl trapped in a metal cage in the bedroom of her filthy household after the girl escaped to a neighbor's yard. Plus, a Milwaukee man is sentenced to 205 years in prison for killing five family members in 2020. Criminal defense attorney Mike Cavalluzzi…
 
Children go missing, exploited, and trafficked everyday. It takes investigators, prosecutors, and private sector technology specialists to help them. Misinformation and TV portrayals can impact our resources that are directed to help. Today’s guest is Kevin Metcalf. Kevin is a former federal agent turned prosecutor and the founder of The National C…
 
This week on True Crime Daily The Podcast: A Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to kidnapping and murdering 18-year-old Amish woman Linda Stoltzfoos. And an aspiring rapper is charged with 15 criminal counts in a triple-murder on a Georgia golf course. Attorney and activist Gerald A. Griggs joins host Ana Garcia. See omnystudio.com/listener for pr…
 
Transferring money through a third party can add substantial fees and using cryptocurrency bypasses those. However, does the emerging technology invite additional risks? Today’s guest is Erica Stanford. Erica is founder of the Crypto Curry Club, UK’s number one rated networking educational event for blockchain, digital currency, crypto payments AI,…
 
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