Morgan Stanley Warns 34,000 Clients of Data Breach (Hacking Not to Blame)

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Humpfester

Next.

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TerribleToaster

Ignoring the brilliant idea of sending a CD of personal information unencrypted, through snail mail; with no guarding of any kind to ensure that, through all the changes of hands it will go through, it will be making it to the intented person:

Why even bother to password protect an unencrypted CD? 

 

I'd face palm but I fear I'd break my nose with the force.

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winmaster

Try a double facepalm instead. Perhaps the force will be distributed evenly between the two, allowing your nose to remain intact.

 

http://digitaldaily.allthingsd.com/files/2010/02/double-facepalm.jpg

 

EDIT:  Dammit, knew the link was a bad idea. Now the SPAM filters are after me.

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TerribleToaster

Out of curiosity, why can we edit posts before they are responded to, but we cannot delete them?

It'd really help with Geminus Stipes Disorder.

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skirge01

"the company said it would foot the bill for clients to enroll in a year's worth of credit monitoring services by Experian."

How often do we hear this?  I wonder if Experian has any field 'sales' employees...

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