On the TV consumer news spotlight was a report about a new virus (sigh, moan, groan) that is out. You get a e-mail with a video or a YouTube video and a message that says something like "is this you in the video?" or "you should see this video of you." When you open the video it locks up your computer and you get a message that you have to pay $50 by credit card to get a virus program to unlock it. If you pay that, you get the unlocking virus program, but it doesn't unlock it as it's a phony. So don't pay and take your computer to your local computer tech and they can fix it. SO WATCH YOUR E-MAIL MESSAGES COMING IN and don't fall for this stuff. They assume we are stupid --but we will be alert and not fall for this. I have not been opening videos since the Conficker virus (which is supposedly due to expire May 1).