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Google: No Breach In Latest Online Dump Of Credentials
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Robert McDougal
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Robert McDougal,
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9/17/2014 | 9:47:29 AM
Re: a realistic statement
I agree, in today's world there is no way to 100% insulate yourself from a breach.  Well, unless you deal only in cash, don't go to the doctor, dentist or do business with anyone who needs to know your name.
Kelly Jackson Higgins
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Kelly Jackson Higgins,
User Rank: Strategist
9/12/2014 | 6:27:30 AM
Re: a realistic statement
Agreed. We've been saying this about businesses for some time now, but it's also true for consumers. So it's a wise and realistic perspective for consumers to adopt as well. 
soozyg
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soozyg,
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9/11/2014 | 9:29:07 PM
a realistic statement
Said David Hobbs, director of security solutions at Radware, businesses and consumers should now expect their personal information to be leaked at some point

I like this statement! Because no program, no coding is ever truly safe, someone's always going to try to get in. So, people should just calm down about it...we should EXPECT our information to be breached, not surprised. Great quotation.


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