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18 Aug, 2009 20:05

"Identity fraud: Wi-Fi crime"

Unsecured Wi-Fi networks are to blame for Internet credit card fraud, said Berin Szoka, director of Center for Internet Freedom.

In America’s biggest case of identity fraud to date, a court in Florida recently accused Albert Gonzales and two Russian accomplices of stealing the information on 130 million credit and debit card accounts.

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