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The views of one man on security, privacy and anything else that catches his attention. The views expressed on this blog do not reflect the views of my employer or anyone other than myself.



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By: Joe Webster

Fri, 20 Jul 2007 04:51:20 +0000

Martin, Like you I'm skeptical about the Computerworld report about the missing link between data breaches and ID theft. The main issue I have is that the groups engaging in ID theft are not, as portrayed in cute commercials, blatantly making large purchases with stolen credit cards but rather subtle pros who do not want their lucrative enterprise to be cut short by being greedy with individual IDs. Instead they would rather stay well under the radar for as long as possible. Let's face it, if you have access to millions of stolen IDs a $1 charge against each is a great haul. Great to have you back.



By: Andy ITGuy

Thu, 19 Jul 2007 13:12:17 +0000

Martin, I just listened to this episode. It's good to have you back. :) You asked about putting the videos form podtech in your rss feed. I would. Those who don't want them can just stop the download if it happens automatically or delete it from ITunes.