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Democrats reveal an identity crisis by pretending to be what they're not
Topic - Mary Landesman
The technology that makes online shopping and banking secure is under increasing assault.
"The average user has no good way of verifying that the server certificate really is valid and thus that the site is really valid," said Ms. Landesman.
"That's what they're doing with [some of] the intellectual property they've stolen," she said, noting that the Commerce Department estimated in 2004 that counterfeiting costs U.S. companies between $20 billion and $24 billion annually.