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Re: Can Watchful Cybercitizens Curb ID Theft?
Posted by: Jon Swartz 2006-10-06 19:08:55
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For a few hours a day, Steven Peisner calls strangers across the U.S. -- sometimes at night -- and reads to them their Social Security numbers and credit card data. Though many recipients immediately suspect he is an ID thief, Peisner's intent is just the opposite: He is a digital whistle-blower. "My motivation is to be a good citizen and put a dent in phishing scams," says Peisner, president of SellitSafe.com, which provides anti-phishing services for online merchants. He works closely with law enforcement and computer-security experts.


Re: Can Watchful Cybercitizens Curb ID Theft?
Posted by: strive4impact 2006-10-16 21:34:03 In reply to: Jon Swartz
I thought readers of this article might be interested in seeing the forum at CardersMarket in action.
http://blog.identitytheftsecrets.com/cardersmarket_a_site_for_illegal_activity_1.html
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What do you think about Hillary Clinton's use of private email servers during her term as Secretary of State?
She broke the law and should go to jail.
She violated guidelines -- the issue is overblown.
She placed important state department information at risk.
Her servers might have been more secure than the government's.
I really don't care one way or the other.