Is it possible to live with zero privacy?
My credit card was hijacked for a $90 purchase on Wednesday the 22nd of September, 2004. Citicard called me and said they had flagged the purchase as fraud-like. I confirmed that I hadn't authorized the transaction, and they promptly closed that account.
Do the other companies where I have assets in care take such anti-fraud precautions? If not, will they ever have a restitution process like Citicard's?
Of course, if you derive benefit from information asymmetry, you'll need to keep some things private. The good thing is that this isn't your:
Or is it?