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A security company that crawls the Net turned up personal information for between 100 and 200 users of Apple's MobileMe email service, stored on a server used by phishing scammers. By contacting victims, investigators at CardCops learned that they'd fallen for this week's unusually convincing MobileMe scam. Which really raises the question: Why are most phishing emails so obviously phony? [InfoWorld]