A new e-mail scam has surfaced in Tallahassee, and it has even found its way to the desk of the head of a state agency.
The bogus e-mail claims the FBI is tracking your online activities and accuses you of logging on to more than 30 illegal Web sites.
Computer crime expert Bob Breeden says don't click on the link to respond!
Bob says, "They're asking you to provide certain information. We have to be very careful about identity theft issues as we know. The second potential danger is you're clicking on that link and you're potentially infecting your computer."
The FBI has issued an alert about the scam as well, but Breeden says the scam has already expanded to include e-mail addresses from the CIA and other government agencies.
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