Industries that lose the most data

The Companies and Countries Losing Their Data
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With China hacking the US, the US hacking China, and LinkedIn and Facebook and credit card companies and Google and who knows who else all vomiting our data all over the web, I was intrigued when a new report on data loss ran across my desk from…

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Best Credit Cards – Reviews, Offers, Applications | Card Ratings.

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The Future of Money: It’s Flexible, Frictionless and (Almost) Free | Magazine

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An interesting article on the future of money which points out that mega credit card company and bank intermediaries are rapidly becoming obsolete in a Paypal driven, Twitterfied, iTunes enabled economy which will allow small businesses and individuals to exchange money more directly and without the many fees. As a regular Mint and Paypal user one hopes that such real time, direct exchange would also increase people’s awareness of their own financial risks and behaviors.

XE – Universal Currency Converter

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XE – Universal Currency Converter.

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