Numbers: Oct. 23, 2006

655,000 Civilians estimated to have died in Iraq as a result of the current war, according to a disputed study by researchers at Johns Hopkins and Baghdad's al-Mustansiriya universities

62,000 Estimated Iraqi deaths due to postinvasion violence, according to the Brookings Institution, using data from the U.N. and the nonprofit Iraq Body Count

48,783 Upper estimate of civilian deaths, by Iraq Body Count

$8 billion Estimated cost to U.S. consumers of computer-related crimes, such as identity theft, Internet scams and viral attacks, over the past two years

$500 What it costs to buy a stolen credit-card number--with PIN--on the online black...

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