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n Without Prejudice - A safety, privacy and security disclosure : lifestyle gadgets

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Abstract

Part 2


Shortly after Part I of this article went to print, the FBI succeeded in cracking the San Bernardino iPhone. Orwellian concerns aside - the general population would be unlikely to suffer were the exploitation of our digital lives confined to the actions of law enforcement. The $16.31 billion in global card fraud which, as mentioned in Part I, climbed by 19% in 2014, may suggest that malicious high-tech criminals pose the biggest threat to our digital safety. We can, with some certainty, assume that most white-collar workers no longer use paper money to satisfy the bulk of their spending; debit orders, EFT's and card payments are some of the most common forms of payment.

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2016-05-01
2016-12-05
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