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December 03, 2005


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Kind of interesting. What most people don't seem to understand is that transactions across the internet are far less of a risk than a company out right losing your data from their back office processes. Take this example: "Boeing loses personal data on 161,000 employees". These employees had no part in the loss of their data.

It reminds me of the irrational fears of "mad cow". Statistically, people were far more likely to get hit by a bus than to get the mad cow disease, but we still panicked.


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