Slinging your credit card information all over the web may be the norm when you're online shopping, but playing fast and loose with those precious numbers is just begging for identity theft to happen. A new company dubbed Privacy.com If no one has your actual credit card, the thinking goes, then your credentials are safe from the next major database breach--or the one after that. That basic idea has already gained interest from investors. The company announced in October that it had raised 1.2 million from investors, including Jim Messina, former White House deputy chief of staff and main driver of President Obama's 2012 re-election campaign.
Mar-24-2016, 16:30:41 GMT