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Your Stolen Data Is Worth Nothing | Gadget Lab from Wired.com

Currently, some stolen credit-card numbers are begin sold in batches of 500 for as low as $200. That’s 40 cents for each number, less than half the price observed during the first half of 2007, according to the report. What’s more, “full identity” packages, which include a working credit card number, a Social Security number and a person’s name, address and DOB, are going for as little as $100 for 50, or $2 apiece. Now that’s a bargain.

Even crime doesn’t pay these days. That’s how you really know you’re in a recession


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