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Video: David Lazarus on lessons from a bank's security lapse

January 20, 2010 |  8:16 am

One Chase bank customer recently discovered that her information had not only been shared with another company but also that the file containing the information was inadvertently posted online for all to see. Consumer columnist David Lazarus says the accidental posting of confidential customer data serves as a reminder that in the digital age, no one's personal information is ever 100% safe.

Read his column here

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