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Re: Common Sense Moves Could Protect Privacy
25 May 2005 02:16:15 -0700

The subject should read:

Common Sense Moves Could NOT Protect Privacy.

This latest ID Theft incident show that nothing could stop or prevent
ID Theft at this moment in time.

Even the highest level of encryption or multi-level authentication
process could not stop those ID thieves.

We read everyday about ID Thefts and the so-called security solutions
such as credit reprot monitoring, paper shredders, encryption,
biometrics etc and if you examine everyone of those so-called security
solutions -- nothing works in this instance not at ChoicePoint or Lexis

I think all the so-called advice and tips to secure IDs are giving a
false sense of security to the average citizen.

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