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March 15, 2010


Georgette Pauls

It seems lately that I have had more and more intrusions caught by my Virus protection software. I only worry if they've all been caught. The bad guys seem to always be one step ahead.

Ron Stone

Sadly, the internet just provides bad people with new ways to con unsuspecting people. They can also more easily move from one con game to another. I am losing count of the trojan horses that my anti-virus software has stopped or caught and deleted. I only hope it caught them all.


Nice one. Well written about money and internet crime

Thomas Goldman

Interesting article about money and internet crime. Relevant for most of us today, unfortunately.



American finance solution

Good article and a nice summation of the problem. My only problem with the analysis is given that much of the population joined the chorus of deregulatory mythology, given vested interest is inclined toward perpetuation of the current system and given a lack of a popular cheerleader for your arguments, I'm not seeing much in the way of change.

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