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Comment: We've lost sight of something important here... (Score 3, Interesting) 511

by JonathanX (#31866970) Attached to: What Can Be Done About Security of Debit Cards?

The whole point of a bank (at least originally) was to keep money safe by making it difficult to access. Through the years we have demanded that banks make it easier and more convenient to access our money, and now we are paying the price. Security and convenience are inversely proportional to one another. It is a mystery to me why we, as a civilization can't seem to grasp this basic concept.

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