BBC NEWS | UK | Bank customer data sold on eBay








   

  Click to visit:

  BBC NEWS | UK | Bank customer data sold on eBay

  

  Description:

  An investigation is under way into how a computer containing bank customers' personal data was sold on eBay. The computer, bought by IT manager Andrew Chapman for £ ...


  Server Location:

  UNITED KINGDOM  UNITED KINGDOM







  Ratings:


You need to upgrade your Flash Player
| Design: | Speed: | Content: | Useability: |


  Social Bookmark this site:


  • ADD TO DEL.ICIO.US
  • ADD TO DIGG
  • ADD TO FURL
  • ADD TO NEWSVINE
  • ADD TO NETSCAPE
  • ADD TO REDDIT
  • ADD TO STUMBLEUPON
  • ADD TO TECHNORATI FAVORITES
  • ADD TO SQUIDOO
  • ADD TO WINDOWS LIVE
  • ADD TO YAHOO MYWEB
  • ADD TO ASK
  • ADD TO GOOGLE
  • ADD TO MAGNOLIA
  • ADD TO NING
  • ADD TO RAWSUGAR
  • ADD TO SPURL
  • ADD TO TAGTOOGA



  Comments:


  (Alternative sites)

  Banking sector helps keep Iraq in economic shambles - World - Ohio


  BAGHDAD: The shelves are packed with imported goods at Baghdad’s thriving Warda supermarket, and customers can barely move their shopping carts in the narrow aisles ...


  Are there any buying opportunities in the banking sector? - MoneyWeek


  The Libor scandal has taken a big chunk out of the banks' already depressed share prices. So does this mean that now is a good time to buy into the sector? John ...


  PayPal Finds Partnerships with Established Banks - Webologist ...


  As the global banking sector undergoes much change in response to the credit crunch, there have been some interesting new developments, with tech companies...


  Risks remain in banking sector but margins look positive - Money ...


  Risks remain in banking sector but margins look positive, Though valuations of govt-owned banks look interesting, near-term asset quality volatility is likely to ...


  Omani banking sector credit addition stands at OMR1.66bn


  The overall banking credit addition remained stronger during the year in Oman led by higher private sector credit demand and stable retail growth. From the nine ...













Home | Advertising | Privacy


Reallyfirst.com is one of the largest directories, dedicated to bringing you quality resources on your topic of interest. We do our best to ensure that all information represented on this site is both accurate and current. Reallyfirst.com will not be held liable for errors or omissions which may have been introduced through the development and upkeep of this website. We thank you for visiting our website, and hope your visit has been both enjoyable and helpful.

Copyright © 1999 - Reallyfirst.com