Personalization and dumb security questionsBy
David Weinberger and danah boyd complain about stupid security questions. Most of the security programs, it seems to me, assume that the person hacking your data doesn’t know you. This may be true most of the time. But a vengeful cousin is bound to know your street, elementary school, mother’s middle name, etc.
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