Skimming: new trick for credit card thieves
As new technologies emerge, and the internet becomes more advanced, so will the thieves. The same statement has been relavent and problematic since the days of the pyramids. Internet users will soon have to come to terms with the fact that NO information will be completly secure, and every transaction is a possible hack product.
I would love some feedback/correspondence on the Internet privacy issue, which is growing rapidly, provoked mainly by the Federal Governments new found interest in the Internet i.e. Carnivore. I've done some in-depth research regarding Cornivore and the implications it could hash on Internet users if it gets any bigger then it already is. Please send all comments to my personal email box: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our money is federally insured..i could careless about the few who are "skimming"
Why worry all the time when the govt picks up the tab on those few rare cases.
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