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Dear Carrie: My 75-year-old mother is pretty independent. She uses email and is comfortable online getting news and even making some purchases. Lately, she's been telling me about offers for things such as insurance and investments, and I worry she'll be the victim of a scam. How can I help without seeming over protective? --A Reader

Dear Reader: There's no doubt that Internet usage by seniors is growing dramatically. A recent Pew Internet Survey showed 30 percent of people 75 and older use the Internet. Of that group, between 50 and 89 percent go online for email, searches, purchases, news, and travel...

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