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A Week on E-Commerce Times, Plus Recent Archives

  • Google Cracks Key Security Code, Calls for New Standard
  • Apple's New Space Station Ready for Takeoff
  • Uber Wants Fleeing Customers to Know It's Hurting
  • Federal IT Acquisition Worth $50B Cleared for Takeoff
  • Verizon Cuts Better Deal for Breach-Battered Yahoo
  • Trump's Not the Only One With a Phone Security Problem


  • AWS Unveils Chime Conferencing Service
  • Toshiba Plunges on Massive Nuclear Writedown, Earnings Delay
  • FTC's Lawsuit Should Make You Feel Very Insecure About the IoT
  • Verizon Caves, Launches New Unlimited Data Plan
  • Twitter Investors Bail Following Bleak Q4
  • Can Former Amazon Fire TV Exec Save Apple TV From Itself?
  • Is Salesforce Getting Serious About the Back Office?
  • Silicon Valley Firms Lock Arms Against Trump Immigration Order
  • Snap Seizes the Moment
  • Amazon to Build $1.5B Prime Air Cargo Hub in Kentucky
  • EC to Take a Hard Look at E-Commerce Practices
  • Wireless, Telecom and Pay TV: The Future Is Coming Into Focus
  • Apple Goes on Record-Breaking Spree
  • Silicon Valley Up in Arms Over Proposed H-1B Overhaul
  • Can the TV Industry Sustain Falling Prices?
  • Facebook Taps Barra to Push VR to the Next Level
  • Personalization, Simplicity Key to Smart Home Device Adoption
  • Google Gets Rid of 1.7 Billion Bad Ads
  • New FCC Chair Ajit Pai Vows to Kill Net Neutrality Rules
  • Barra Leaves Post as Xiaomi's International Point Man
  • The Old Man and the Tsunami: A Security Story
  • Samsung's Note7 Post Mortem Turns Up 2 Problems
  • Netflix Surprises Itself With Gangbusters Membership Growth
  • Why Companies Botch Customer Care
  • Apple to Jack Up App Prices in UK
  • Facebook Launches Paris Startup Garage to Promote Entrepreneurs in Europe
  • US Pushes Cybersecurity Acquisition Tools as Contracts Flow
  • Amazon Growth Spurt to Create 100K New Jobs
  • Apple May Show Up Fashionably Late at the Original TV Party
  • The Crystallization of Salesforce's IoT Strategy
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    How worried are you that you personally will be the victim of a cybercrime?
    Very worried -- I've taken steps to protect myself.
    Very worried -- but I don't think it's possible to protect myself.
    I've already been a victim, and it was devastating.
    I've already been a victim, but it was no big deal.
    The risk is overblown. I don't consider myself a likely target.
    The tech industry is doing a good job protecting me.