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Wells Fargo and Visa released a study on Thursday that reported a significant decline in reports of identity theft last year. Still, the losses to individuals and financial services providers may be as much as $49 billion.
In part, the decline can probably be attributed to improved diligence by financial services companies as well as consumers, along with better software for detecting and stopping fraud. Private insurers are now offering low-cost identify theft insurance as well, suggesting that the risk is a manageable one. Read more about The best defense against identity theft
Zimbio is a cool web 2.0 collaborative media company, that has developed a great tool for promoting your blog. (Full disclosure: Zimbio is a client of my firm, and it's founders are friends of mine. So perhaps I'm a bit biased here, but I'll let you decide after checking out their new feature.) Read more about Zimbio's cool blogging tool