Those banks or businesses who choose to not make the move by the deadline will be required to take financial responsibility for any fraudulent purchases made with the outdated cards or at their business.
Here’s another lesson that the users of the have learned: even very well-encrypted, ridiculously weak passwords are still ridiculously weak.
More of these crowdfunding projects are turning out to be scams — not just bad business planning or execution by the funding seekers.
Dozens of trips taken using the ride-hailing leader Uber have been cached by Google, making them available to anyone with a simple search term.
The iPhone hackers have uploaded software that lets other people purchase iTunes apps for “free,” using the victims’ accounts.
“It’s a small group – 1/100 of a percent of our 59 million customers – but some of them are using as much as 2 terabytes (2,000GB!) of data in a month.”
The IRS said it will mail letters to the taxpayers whose accounts may have been accessed and will provide free credit monitoring services.
But consumers have not started warming up to paying with their smartphone in numbers large enough to make a major impact, especially as more secure, chip-embedded credit cards are fast becoming the norm.
On July 13, 2015 the company announced its intention to transfer the website FAFSA.com to the U.S. Department of Education, which manages the federal government’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid program.
“We are still finding that thousands of consumers paid for add-on benefits they were promised but never received.”