Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Ray Everett-Church

The Las Vegas Counterfeiting Story: Is Your Privacy Worth More Than a Poker Chip?

Last week in Las Vegas, a husband and wife team were indicted for putting $60,000 in counterfeit $100 bills into slot machines at Caesar’s Palace. Apparently...

Spam: You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby

According to the majority of the testimony at this month’s “Spam Summit,” held by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the state of the fight against spam...

Google’s Race to the Bottom

With the recent release of the innovative “Street View” feature to its mapping service, Google has one-upped the competition with a clever gimmick that lets...

2005: The Year We Didn’t Solve Spam

As we approach the end of another year, the pessimist in me always enjoys looking back at the year to wallow in all the missed opportunities. High on...

Where was Sony’s Privacy Officer?

As this month's controversy over Sony's distribution of music CDs with flawed digital rights management (DRM) software continues to play itself out, the whole mess is already...

In Search of Authentication’s Holy Grail

With losses from identity-related fraud topping $52 billion, the need to rein in identity thieves has been a pressing problem for financial services firms. But with banks and...

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