We’ve seen governments being careless with the identities of millions of children, student data lost via P2P file-sharing software, social networking websites revealing the dates of birth of all of its members, and even kids’ TV shows losing the names, addresses and birthdates of wannabe chefs.
Now there is news of another firm endangering children, and potentially assisting identity thieves through their carelessness.
A report in The New York Times today reveals that confidential…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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