Welcome to WebmasterWorld Guest from 126.96.36.199
Forum Moderators: buckworks
At least online they have no signature and it makes a transaction easier to dispute.
Identity theft stories, make good news stories, especially on news services which has no morals, and are heavily bias (ie, the one that begins with 'F' and ends with 'OX').
Funny how people consider the only network that doesn't have a left-leaning agenda "biased".
Give me a break. Just like the tobacco industry and pharm companies didn't have a bias in their "research". Perhaps you will take my word on the mechanical condition of the 1991 volvo I am trying to sell. I can assure you that I have researched it thoroughly.
Lawmakers still need to do more, said PrivacyToday.com's Rob Douglas, who has testified at several of the hearings.
"It seems like Congress is there to protect the business side of the equation. No one is looking out for the average American," Douglas said. He called the steady march of news on data leaks "a national disgrace."
Government involvement in this issue has only lead to making it easier for buyers to charge back their purchases.