I'm sure that a company or ppl of integrity such as yourself would not abuse the info but what's to stop an unscrupulous individual such as the one who 'stole' your site to find out everything about someone like me?I have of course found out everything about the offender and have recorded each digital fingerprint that he has ever placed on the internet since he first turned on a modem.
I agree LT. Personally, I have a visa with a $1000 limit (on purpose) that I use in situations that I am not comfortable with. This includes the local pizza parlor, gas station, internet, etc. At least this way, if something does happen, it limits the damage that can be done.I think that it is really personal choice to use the net for banking and credit card purchases. My wife hates to use her card info on the net when she purchases her web site renewals but I use my credit cards on the net all the time. I'm more worrried about giving my card out at a real world gas station or restaurant as it can be copied and then abused.
IMHO its equally dangerous or safe in either the digital or real world. [/B]
Brad .. I did not think that nor did I mean to imply that you did imply that I probably phrased my response in a clumsy way .. just wanted to be clear on my role for anyone reading the thread. With type/text talking it is sometimes difficult to get a perfect meaning across. To help with text communication smiles were inventedLT, I didn't mean to imply that you're a "hacker or a cracker"