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Apple Credit Card vs Blur Masked Card

At their March Event, Apple announced the release of their new, privacy-focused credit card. Will this card actually protect your privacy, and are Masked Cards by Blur better? (A little bit, and Yes). Get the ultimate payment privacy with with Blur Unlimited today. Comparing Apple Credit Card and Blur Masked Card Apple Credit Card vs […]

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The Future of Payments Is Tokenization

Do you read our weekly “Privacy Week in Review” series? Last week’s edition included an item on a group of researchers who recently demonstrated how to identify people by their anonymized credit card spending records. The upshot of the research: it took only four credit card purchases to identify 90 percent of people in a large dataset. The researchers […]

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Privacy News of the Week

Verizon Wireless placing ‘supercookies’ on customer devices Verizon Wireless, the nation’s largest provider of cell service, is using a unique form of tracking to help advertisers target Verizon customers with ads. And the technology – dubbed a ‘supercookie’ in reference to the cookies that websites place in web browsers to identify unique users – was being […]

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Massive Target data breach: 40 million shoppers’ cards stolen

Your personal information can be stolen any time, anywhere. And from Black Friday until earlier this week, there’s a good chance it happened to you. During the busiest shopping weeks of the year, Target experienced a huge data breach, where over 40 million Americans’ credit and debit card information was stolen. “Any of our customers that […]

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