A very costly breach
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It’s understandable that many consumers were shocked and outraged to learn that the credit card info of tens of millions of Target customers was compromised in a data breach during the holiday shopping period. But that outrage …
Pressure on the poor
Record collectors are not having it
Increasingly data-hungry retailers have been quietly leveraging customers’ smartphones to track their movements within stores in recent years. But a new website will allow you to opt out if you’d rather not have these