Condoleezza Rice seems an odd choice for Dropbox, a company whose future success depends upon its users believing their data is secure and safe from prying eyes.
A recently discovered coding error has devastating implications for the security of personal information online. It also shows that online privacy may be an ideal that doesn’t exist in reality.
In Atlanta, a tax return for U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder was filed by a Wal-Mart associate and his high school buddy. The return, filed last year, bore Holder’s name, Social Security number and date of birth. The pair bought Holder’s information from a black market