To this day … hundreds of millions of Americans have had their information compromised and more than 12 new people are hacked each second.
How would you react if the confidential information you provided to your law firm and your tax accountant appeared on the front page of The New York Times?
To get chipped … or not to get chipped? That’s the big question. And it’s sparked a big debate here at Banyan Hill Publishing.
The government is demanding your personal information without proving that a crime has been committed.
There are some dangerous toys that I won’t be buying my nieces this next Christmas because I want to keep my family safe.
I will never willingly have a microchip implanted in my body. Does that make me a paranoiac, a Luddite … or prescient?
What happens if you die or become incapacitated, and nobody else knows any of your passwords, personal identification numbers, access codes and login IDs?