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Comment: Re:PCI Compliance? (Score 3, Interesting) 402

by dannyrap (#29349919) Attached to: What the DHS Knows About You

Not exactly. Any business that processes credit cards has to be PCI compliant. That means truncating the credit card number or encrypting it. So any company that give the DHS access to unencrypted credit card numbers no longer PCI compliant and is liable for damages in the event of a breach (which this may be).

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