A majority of New Jersey residents who have registered and received assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency in the wake of Superstorm Sandy have genuine needs. Unfortunately, the rush to get millions of dollars to those affected also brings out the dishonest people looking to defraud victims.
The latest take-down of an organized crime ring that hacked their way into the websites of numerous major corporations, and then stole millions of credit and debit card numbers, is a reminder of how unsafe the internet can be.
An investigation of 15 New Jersey school districts finds 109 public sector workers and their family members allegedly lied about their incomes on applications for federal school lunch programs, so their children could receive free or reduced-cost student lunches at school.
Late last month, State Comptroller Matt Boxer released an audit that identified more than $23 million in benefit payments made to or on behalf of prison inmates who did not appear to be entitled to such payments.
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