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consumers-punish-companies-for-data-breaches

From The Reg:

could-two-factor-authentication-have-saved-7

Well, it is hard to say since there is still debate about whether the alleged rouge trader worked alone, but there are reports that using two-factor authentication might have it harder for him to make fake trades that appeared to offset losses.

customer-generated-content

I'm extremely pleased with the recent customer growth we've had at WiKID. In particular, I'm pleased with the community that has developed, mostly on the #wikid IRC channel. While the PCI security requirements for merchants and payment processors continue to be a big driver for adoption of two-factor authentication, we see a great variety of deployment scenarios. We've tried to address the innumerable network configurations by writing what I think is a large number of how to add two-factor authentication to... whatever documents.

the-choicepoint-of-johns

Of course, it makes complete sense. From the Freakonomics blog, an interview with an "escort":

Q. Do you typically know the true identity of your clients, and if so, how?

i-for-one-welcome-our-ceylon-overlords

From the Register:

A US defence department advisory board has warned of the danger that American war robots scheduled for delivery within a decade might be riddled with malicious code. The kill machines will use software largely written overseas, and it is feared that sinister forces might meddle with it in production, thus gaining control of the future mechanoid military.

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