Back home, they know your mother's maiden name
Think of a "security solutions" expert at one of the portals or e-commerce sites. He looks around the room at his colleagues gathered in Dulles or Sunnyvale any tech exurb, and he thinks: What is it about me that no one here could guess? For a generation now, the answer has been, "My mother's maiden name." David Weinberger says it's time for new clues.
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