masked cards Tag Archive
Between Cyber Monday Nov 28th 2016 and Christmas Eve December 24th – or perhaps December 25th with Amazon same day delivery – US consumers will spend over $50 billion dollars on e-commerce holiday shopping primarily by going online and using hundreds of millions of traditional plastic credit cards from Visa, MasterCard, Amex, and Discover to […]
It’s been a spooky October for online privacy. Much is happening this October in online privacy and the FCC and Google are providing lots of news related to how consumer privacy is – or isn’t – protected.
The following post was written by Justin Carroll, a longtime user of Blur and friend of Abine. Justin Carroll is a veteran of over fifteen years in the service of the United States Government. He is a plank-owner with the elite Marine Special Operations Command (MARSOC) and has worked on a contractual basis with another government agency. After […]
TL;DR: playing Pokémon Go is probably not a great idea if you’re at all concerned about your or your child’s privacy. The phenomenon of the “augmented reality” game Pokémon Go has been a big topic of conversation around the world. The game relies on real-world physical locations that you can visit – and while there, […]
Virtual credit cards – also known as one time use cards, disposable cards, or for Abine’s Blur customers, Masked Cards – are all very similar to the prepaid or gift cards one sees on the racks in drugstore chains or other retail stores. These cards make a great birthday gift for someone that you may […]