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That is the surprising conclusion of a University of Michigan study which discovered that more than 75 percent of bank sites surveyed had at least one flaw which could make customers vulnerable to financial or identity loss. The findings, which will be presented today at a Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security meeting  at the Carnegie Mellon University, suggest that these are design flaws that cannot be fixed with a simple patch...

Published in Home Tech
The rebellion against eBay’s PayPal saga with its disputed “stage 1” and “stage 2” episodes with the ACCC, has seen the rebels write to Australian Banks, Australia Post and threaten legal action. Now they’ve turning it up another notch by writing to Reserve Bank of Australia!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Following on from a letter to Australian banks asking whether Direct Deposit is a safe transaction method, an aggrieved group of eBay sellers and buyers unhappy at eBay’s attempts to force and promote PayPal to all users have a simple question for Australia Post: just how safe is the decades-old money order?

Published in Fuzzy Logic



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