I don't know what I would do if online shopping ceased to exist. Just moments before writing this article I ordered a new camera for a trip I'm going on, and it arrives tomorrow – what a time to be alive! But what about those unfortunate times when your personal data is under attack, because your favorite online retailer had a data breach? Talk about stressful.
Being hacked can come in many different forms. The most common -- or at least the one we hear about the most -- is ATM hacking. It's where thieves attach a cloning device to an ATM card reader, and bam, all of your debit information is copied and ready for use.
Whether you agree with what Edward Snowden did or not, the information is out and we can no longer be ignorant to the information the government has. Or can we?