Only we can save the world wide web

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Only we can save the world wide web

One of the delegates at the closed Executive Security Action Forum, held before the RSA conference this year, asked: "What will the internet look like – and will it even be there for our children?"

Look at the facts. In a 2005 survey, 52 per cent of US consumers were "extremely concerned" about banking online. In the US, it is now said that everyone knows at least one person who's been the victim of identity theft. People are right to be alarmed. We are connecting new victims to the ...

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