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Privacy Is Dead: What You Can Still Do to Protect Yourself

When it comes to cybersecurity, we are all in a state of emergency, but the real question is – is anybody listening?

Government agencies, retailers, health insurance giants and websites have all been ravaged by hackers, but we haven’t seen consumers banging down doors to get better privacy safeguards in place. While many organizations work to harden their defenses (at risk of raising regulators’ hackles and class-action attorneys’ level of excitement) and experiment with various new ways to authenticate from fingerprints to blinking “selfies,” this doesn’t change the current state of data insecurity and the perception that privacy is on life support. Read More.

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