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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Eric Schindewolf
The next time you swipe your credit card at check-out, consider this: It's a ritual the rest of the world deems outdated and unsafe.
"I think that the U.S. has reached a tipping point. You'll begin to see more and more smartcards in the hands of U.S. consumers," he said.
Eric Schindewolf, product manager for smartcards at Wells Fargo & Co., said Visa's announcement is a "watershed" moment.