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Increasing number of scam PDFs

New Here ,
Jun 17, 2024 Jun 17, 2024

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I suspect they are scams / phishing because they usually look like some slobs PC screen or phone capture.
I don't open them. They are announcing (in real text) that my purchase for XXX (which I've never come close to ordering/buying) went through for $4-500. Since gmail isn't able to capture them and shut them down, I would think that a collaboration between Adobe and Google could. Scams in email, and facebook are on the rise, likely thanks to AI. Figure this out developers!!

And while I'm on a roll, also fight to have all AI identify itself to any user so we can excersise our HUMAN RIGHT to decide if we wish to interact with it or not. Simple solution to all AI problems.

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Jun 17, 2024 Jun 17, 2024

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So you want Adobe (or Google) to read all the contents of all the PDF files that are being sent by anyone in the world in order to decide whether they are a scam or not? Not only is that technically impossible, it's probably also very illegal and much worse than any issues it might solve (if it will solve anything at all). If you're so worried about AI then introducing an AI-type algorithm to read all of our private files is NOT the right way to handle such issues.

I do agree that all AI-generated content needs to be tagged as such, but I doubt that will ever be possible.

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Jun 25, 2024 Jun 25, 2024

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For a community expert, your interpretation of my suggestion to use whatever they can in the headers of mail and PDFs to identify the scammers, seemed a bit extreme. Thanks for the enlightening response. Of course I would not expect them to read every pdf and gmail in the world.

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Jun 25, 2024 Jun 25, 2024

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Gmail already does that, and if it doesn't report an email as Spam and it will become more likely it's blocked automatically. It has nothing to do with Adobe, though.

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