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Why Apple, Google must stop competing in order to protect consumer data

These days, most online authentication procedures are a joke. Anyone can find your Social Security Number, mother’s maiden name, and any number of other personal details online. However, authenticating yourself while remaining anonymous is problematic: How are companies going to distinguish the fake anonymous you from the real one? “Identity is this very interesting intersection of […] The post Why Apple, Google must stop competing in order to protect consumer data appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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