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so the other day, i received a cuecat in the mail. and yes, despite the negative press attention they've been receiving, i was tempted to install the software and begin the digital convergence journey. that is - until the proverbial straw broke the camel's back:
"Just days after releases email address of some of their business customers, Digital Convergence alerts customers to a possible security breach with their CueCat scanner. The breach includes possible release of emails and names of those who registered the CueCat (which is given away for free at RadioShack Stores). Apparently the CueCat security has been de-clawed."
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9/20/2000 12:15:00 AM 0 comments


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