Beyond the data breach singularity – why your online identity may never be safe again | ZDNet
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Beyond the data breach singularity – why your online identity may never be safe again | ZDNet

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Your personal details have probably already been stolen by hackers — so what can you do to protect yourself now?

Your name, number and other credentials are public. We all have to learn to live with that. We need to be aware what is happening on all our accounts and services, and we must be ready to act if there is anything strange happening.

But this is really nothing new. In the physical world we are trained since childhood to stay away from dangerous behavior, like entering alone into dark alleys. We just have to develop new habits and internal warning alarms when it come to the online world.

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