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The New Cardless National ID

07/13/11

The New Cardless National ID

The New—Cardless!—National ID

Posted by Jim Harper

Your chance to comment on a Department of Homeland Security plan to tap into state drivers’ license databases and create a new national ID system expires next week. It’s the groundwork for a cardless national ID, which threatens liberty even more than card-based schemes like REAL ID.

The E-Verify program’s move to merge federal background checks and state driver license data sets the stage for satisfying all three elements of a national ID. (Two years ago, I discussed what constitutes a national ID in some detail.) E-Verify has not satisfied these criteria up to now, but the pieces are coming together quickly.

First, it is national. That is, it is intended to be used throughout the country, and to be nationally uniform in its key elements. If its proponents have their way, E-Verify will indeed soon go national, a requirement on every employer to vet new workers past the federal government’s databases.

Second, its use is either practically or legally required. This is a judgment call, but in two diferent ways, E-Verify appears to meet this element. First, not having data in the E-Verify databases means not having legal work, so “participation” in E-Verify can be fairly called practically required. Second, try to opt out of the system and you will meet a dead end. The program includes no opportunity I know of to refuse participation. It’s legally required if the state or federal governments have got your identity data.

I could be wrong, of course. Interested researchers should try contacting their state motor vehicle bureaus (cc: your state legislators) and ask not to have data about you transferred to the federal government for E-Verify. Please let me know what you learn.

The final “element” of a national ID is that it is used for identification. Up to now, E-Verify has  largely worked by comparing identifiers. (I.e., Does this name match this Social Security number?) The current plan is to tap into state databases for more identifiers: name, date of birth, driver’s license/permit number, and so on. From there, it’s a short ride to gathering drivers’ license photos and biometric descriptors. (E-Verify already uses federally acquired photos in its “Photo Screening Tool.&#8221;) With the inclusion of your driver’s license photo, the E-Verify system will be able to display your picture on the screen of anyone who looks you up, allowing for positive identification.

This is a national identification system. If every employer has to use E-Verify—or even every major employer—it will become the all-purpose security device, used for cashing checks, confirming the name on credit cards, and looking you up at the prescription counter. Of course, it will be used at airport checkpoints. You’ll be screened through E-Verify at entrances to government buildings—maybe private buildings, too. And why not for random, “instant” checks at the subway or bus station? 

Just remember: If you have a tax dispute with the government, the Department of Homeland Security might flag you in the database—or it might de-identify you entirely—until you get right with the government.

Because it’s a database system, you won’t be able to argue your case like you can in the familiar card environment. With a card, at least, you can say, “No, look. This is me. This is my ID card. This is my picture. Give me my prescription.” With E-Verify, the answer will be, “Sorry, you have to talk to DHS or Social Security.” For good reason, I named my paper on electronic employment eligibility verification, “Franz Kafka’s Solution to Illegal Immigration.”

Arguments for the E-Verify system sounding in practicality and common sense do not hold up, but there are also principled reasons to oppose having a government background check system. Using E-Verify, the Department of Homeland Security is rapidly assembling a national ID system that can be converted to boundless uses. In addition to controlling employment, E-Verify can be put to use in regulating access to health care and housing, in gun control and registration, in monitoring travel and lodging—the list goes on and on.

I went through the arguments against having a national identification system in my book, Identity Crisis. In brief, a national ID would strip us of privacy even faster than is already happening, producing formal dossiers and increased surveillance. A national ID would transfer power en masse from individuals to governments. They would administer our rights by controlling the tools we need to navigate a “papers, please” society. A national ID would also be insecure, as it centralizes and homogenizes information assets (identity data) that are more secure if widely dispersed and heterogeneous.

As I noted last week, the federal government cannot and will not implement the REAL ID Act. So it’s on a new tack: E-Verify will soon be the new national ID.


Jim Harper • June 1, 2011 @ 3:57 pm
Filed under: Cato Publications; Telecom, Internet & Information Policy
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GOD'S WORD FOR TODAY

Blessed are they that keep his testimonies, and that seek him with the whole heart. Psalm 119:2 KJV


IN THE NEWS

OBAMA NATION
'Serious doubts' that Obama a friend of Israel
http://bit.ly/k7uGVc

Our narcissist-in-chief
http://bit.ly/kyGVBi

POLICE STATE NEWS

Fallout from RNC lawsuits: $175,000 so far in settlements
http://bit.ly/lAWopx

Fears of a corporate police state
http://bit.ly/kI9HL9

Illegal drugs and terrorists create an American police state
http://bit.ly/jDejcm

"It's official: America is now a police state with the help of the liberal mainstream media" by Waging Peace
http://bit.ly/mT3vFu

Secrecy Bill Is Required By An Elite Unconcerned With National Security
http://bit.ly/lUthlb

Michigan State Police go high-tech
http://bit.ly/iFrt7w

Boston police seek jurisdiction over waterfront area
http://bo.st/jz7ARk

Texans Demand State Resist Obama DOJ & TSA Bullying
http://bit.ly/k0XVUM

Don't give up your rights
http://bit.ly/lSTNLz

Police state doesn't want dancing at the Jefferson Memorial
http://bit.ly/mgbtfb

Next It Could Be You
http://bit.ly/k34kCu

One Week in the Life of a Police State
http://bit.ly/k6TMyF

Obama Signs Extension of Patriot Act Spy Powers
http://bit.ly/mENCrh

Helmet Cam on Sherrif Dupnik's SWAT Team Shows Moment Iraq Vet Was Gunned Down
http://bit.ly/lZAzIe

Supreme Court ruling made Indiana a police state
http://bit.ly/lq1x4H

Supreme Court ruling made Indiana a police state
http://bit.ly/lq1x4H

Zero tolerance derails student's plans
http://bit.ly/kOaBJv

FBI: Webcams Pose Spying Danger
http://bit.ly/jektPd

DHS Grants Will Pay For Surveillance Systems
http://bit.ly/mHCFgh

US Police State Begins Exponential Expansion
http://bit.ly/jvet05

Senate Approves 4-Year Extension of PATRIOT Act
http://bit.ly/iZXOIX

Feds to require black box event recorders in all new cars
http://bit.ly/iYdjH4

'US turning into police state'
http://bit.ly/kIxR3r

Supreme Courts Affirm The Police State
http://bit.ly/lJahQl

What's so patriotic about the Patriot Act? ...
http://bit.ly/iGEC34

A chance to put protections in the Patriot Act
http://wapo.st/jtYiuv

Congress has midnight deadline on Patriot Act
http://yhoo.it/k4pBYH

Google, Facebook warn on Internet rules at e-G8
http://reut.rs/ivB3n7

US to store passenger data for 15 years
http://bit.ly/lEAHer

Quincy police stage mock school shooting drill
http://bit.ly/mGSiz6

Senate holds sanctuary cities bill hostage until security bill passes
http://bit.ly/jnrdGu

American police state strides forward
http://bit.ly/kIPe42

This Is What A Police State Looks Like
http://bit.ly/iQGJpG

Torture and imprisonment of Egypt protesters still rife, says human rights activist
http://bit.ly/jOtDOO

REAL ID & PRIVACY NEWS

California DMV Employees Accused of Illegally Using Handicapped Placards
http://bit.ly/mO6yjV

National ID Card of INdia Same As US National ID Card
http://bit.ly/knJzMt

The New Cardless! National ID
http://bit.ly/ipK1Kj

WI - Your license: Made in California
http://bit.ly/mwvCpo

VA DMV halts computer systems redesign
http://wapo.st/kWkcsd

State unveils new digital driver license
http://bit.ly/mCbVlD

Henderson man arrested in driver's license scam
http://bit.ly/m26N0Q

National ID, Misguided State Legislation, the Clintons and E-Verify: What do they have in Common?
http://bit.ly/lzdi3W

One Place Rapture Apparently Did Hit: The D.C. DMV
http://bit.ly/kafRQe

Voters who register sans driver's licenses give info that doesn't match their own SSA records
http://bit.ly/m8XvAe

Queen of the Road: DMV late on 850,000 licenses, and another Queen contest
http://bit.ly/l0cROu

Video: In Real ID Protest, Florida Libertarian Chairman Drives Without a License
http://bit.ly/kbNQIU

Mississippi driver's license information to be used for immigration enforcement
http://bit.ly/iS3b1D

Driver's data may be used to check workers' status - For EVerify
http://bit.ly/misF1Q

California DMV Employees Reportedly Parking Illegally With Handicapped Placards
http://fxn.ws/lHsyfy

Why Should State Waste Money Pursuing 'Real ID'?
http://cour.at/mQD2d0


POLITICS & GOVERNMENT

Protesters disrupt budget committee meeting, several carried out
http://bit.ly/lzqlH5

Romney labeled as 'cultural liberal'
http://bit.ly/lJg8Sg

Liberals dominate grad speaker list
http://bit.ly/lW3LG0

Obama heads to Ohio to defend record, reach voters
http://reut.rs/mkuNYl

Is America Ready for 'WeinerGate'?
http://bit.ly/is3PZQ

China 'setting up military cyber-warfare team'
http://bit.ly/m2VADb

Washington's not scared by China's inroads in Latin America - FTAA
http://bit.ly/lpyEGP

Ron Paul leads Sarah Palin and Mitt Romney in Republican (book) race
http://lat.ms/lpo5aV

NY rep hires lawyer after lewd photo posted online
http://yhoo.it/jQei6W

Oklahoma OKs 'Health Care Compact'
http://bit.ly/kBdqMO

Cash for tax cheats
http://bit.ly/kVRgia

The money-grubbing government among us
http://bit.ly/lOW8U7

Some Thoughts on the IMF, Global Injustice, and a Stranger on a Train
http://bit.ly/lDELr8

What do Pawlenty's executive orders tell us about his executive tendencies?
http://bit.ly/klood1

Should Kagan recuse herself?
http://bit.ly/je8trl

Let’s Bury These Phony Myths About World War II
http://bit.ly/kjgJ3X

Court nullifies 4th Amendment protections going back to Magna Carta
http://bit.ly/mHVjZz

Supreme Court Declines to Rule on Fourth Amendment Rights in Child Abuse Interviews
http://bit.ly/iHiBcS

Military's religious liberties a concern
http://bit.ly/munJj9

Jerusalem -- the 'new Berlin'?
http://bit.ly/m2fB3J

Government Cannot Be Trusted To Police Itself
http://bit.ly/kS4CB0

State Officials Need'nt Heed Feds Threats
http://bit.ly/iz45Ou

State Sen. Steve Harrelson involved in domestic dispute
http://bit.ly/kxiLIv

Auto bailout 'worth every penny'?
http://bit.ly/k8Hi9i

No more raises for poor-performing federal workers?
http://wapo.st/lZtcbE

John Edwards 'to be prosecuted for using campaign funds for hush money'
http://bit.ly/j5cu1m

ECONOMIC NEWS

Police and fire fighters now have to pay more for pensions and health insurance
http://bit.ly/kYmEI3

Weak data point to sluggish U.S. economy
http://reut.rs/iqBtqV

Home Prices in U.S. Probably Kept Falling as Housing Absent From Recovery
http://bloom.bg/l58wvK

Surviving the Chaos - A Guide to Preparation for National Turmoil
http://bit.ly/ls9x5l

Stimulus took more jobs than it created
http://bit.ly/jK0bHB

Foreclosures Weigh on Home Prices
http://on.wsj.com/m3pYbq

ABORTION NEWS

Indiana arguing state's rights
http://bit.ly/iYTBpb

The nearly aborted president
http://bit.ly/ij4OpJ

Defunding abortuaries not OK with feds
http://bit.ly/mRePr9

HOMOSEXUAL AGENDA

Home Depot displays deaf ear
http://bit.ly/jMEOZg

Punishment for blocking 'gay' adoptions
http://bit.ly/lPyKXz

HEALTH NEWS

Mosquitos Prefer Beer Drinkers
http://bit.ly/mngHeI

EVERIFY & IMMIGRATION NEWS

Alabama Legislature passes Arizona-style immigration bill
http://bit.ly/ihCS4u

Tennessee Legislature Passes "Non-Mandatory" E-Verify Law
http://bit.ly/lnivoo

Civil rights groups file lawsuit, challenging Georgia's new illegal immigration law
http://bit.ly/k7qvRM

Immigration: You can't rely on E-Verify
http://bit.ly/jufvlc

E-Verify and Common Sense
http://bit.ly/kzMR4Y

E-Verify ruling affirms burden on business
http://bit.ly/iMIvPm

North Carolina Bill Heats Up Immigration Debate
http://bit.ly/k5KSPA

Obama and Immigration
http://bit.ly/kltYlp

Drivers License Information to be added to Mississippi E-Verify
http://bit.ly/jZTXev

Supreme Court immigration law ruling renews push for mandatory E-Verify system
http://exm.nr/lnbEoF

Mississippi To Be Testing Ground for New Immigration Status Checks With Driver License Data
http://bit.ly/mHNDpL

Driver's data may be used to check workers' status
http://onforb.es/kVSsNO

Feds not helping SC find illegal workers
http://bit.ly/k3VOrD

High Court's Immigration Ruling Shines Light On 'E-Verify'
http://bit.ly/iTcBkq

Driver's data may be used to check workers' status
http://buswk.co/iRVwMo

Arizona immigration law ruling: You can't rely on E-Verify
http://lat.ms/iuVVZk

Driver's Data May be Used to Check Workers' Status
http://bit.ly/kOJryu

Potential Florida ramifications in Supreme Court ruling on E-Verify
http://bit.ly/kKwmmc

Tennessee Lawful Employment Act Requiring E-Verify Use by Employers Passes House
http://bit.ly/lWEhJW

Secure Communities program: A flawed deportation tool
http://lat.ms/ma4eGY

E-Verify Passes Tennessee House
http://wpln.org/?p=27120

Politicians sell out citizens for illegal aliens
http://bit.ly/kYjFO4

New Georgia law will require employers to use E-Verify
http://bit.ly/k8d5qi

States' immigration efforts fizzle
http://bit.ly/mAomi1

Louisiana and Pennsylvania Senates Pass Bills Requiring State Contractors to Use E-Verify
http://bit.ly/mOIm5f

The Truth About E-Verify
http://huff.to/kkoY9W

Mandatory E-Verify would harm the economy
http://bit.ly/kxOlYO

Immigration reform hot topic for state legislatures
http://bit.ly/mki6fe

PA Senate passes E-Verify plan for contractors
http://bit.ly/llVlmP

Supreme Court upholds Ariz. law punishing companies that hire illegal immigrants
http://wapo.st/jcF1C2

MORAL DECLINE

Wandering Toddler Prompts Parents' Arrests In Griswold
http://bit.ly/m8GQoS

Joplin, Mo: Shame On Cnn
http://bit.ly/mhNdTi

TV Executives Admit in Taped Interviews That Hollywood Pushes a Liberal Agenda
http://yhoo.it/kBfZAV

MADE IN THE USA

Rep. Fattah Calls on the President for an Order to Spur Domestic Manufacturing by Government Contractors
http://bit.ly/llbmc0

U.S. manufacturing economy heading in the wrong direction
http://bit.ly/k57mEL

9 Cars That Can Rebuild The American Auto Industry
http://bit.ly/lmhhu8

U.S. Manufacturer of NEX Toys Offers Contract Manufacturing Services
http://bit.ly/iBDIGN

Made in Connecticut: State Pushes for More Manufacturing Jobs
http://bit.ly/jVozPO

Middle class vulnerable to offshoring jobs
http://bit.ly/kaJhe7

Manufacturing renaissance probable?
http://bit.ly/jXGBaN

How Manufacturing Jobs Could Be Returning Home To The U.S.
http://read.bi/jQmRgw

The American Manufacturing Success Story: Writing the Next Chapter
http://bit.ly/m1PuKg

Stimulate manufacturing to boost jobs, NAM chief says
http://bit.ly/juHkiz

Olsen Twins Use Made-in-America Hook to Lure Wealthy Shoppers
http://bloom.bg/itFASq

Worries of Resurgent US Manufacturing Tanking Again Soon
http://bit.ly/jkY6kI

Youngstown News, Ryan, colleague launch website to aid rebirth of US manufacturing
http://bit.ly/j6fkFz

Outsourcing manufacturing hurts U.S.
http://bit.ly/iK9OGa

Is Michigan ready for manufacturing's comeback?
http://bit.ly/iD6iCY

Maine home to last US athletic shoemaker
http://bit.ly/jGjAgz

Bring back US's manufacturing power
http://bit.ly/mwx3oI

China To Lose Edge Over U.S. By 2016, Economist Says
http://bit.ly/lFHQbt

Buy Made in America Products
http://huff.to/ltXwfh

Make It in America: Rep. Tom Graves Becomes the Voice of Manufacturing
http://bit.ly/mJtC0x

Alaska is only state to avoid U.S. manufacturing decline
http://bit.ly/jslyNx

We can build it
http://bit.ly/joiP52

Keen On Home Grown U.S. Footwear Production
http://bit.ly/lw00n8

Homeland Security/OSHA Gov. Goons infiltrating US Manufacturing?
http://bit.ly/leAXRy

MAG begins U.S. manufacturing/sales of c-Si solar panel production lines with capacities up to 130 MWp
http://bit.ly/k1OU5p

HACKERS NEWS

In The Wake Of Weinergate, Hackers Weigh In On Twitter's Vulnerability To Hacking
http://huff.to/lpCRTE

Yahoo and hotmail are also targeted by spear phishing hackers
http://bit.ly/jTEFt5

Gmail hack underscores White House email risk
http://politi.co/iOvkwO

Hackers steal user data for 1 million Sony Pictures users
http://bit.ly/iwohyf

MI6 hackers replace bomb recipes with cake recipes
http://bit.ly/jCV9Aj

Gmail Hackers Phished Victims for Months
http://bit.ly/kfVJKn

Rsa secureid hackers are linked to a third military contractor hack
http://bit.ly/mJCULn

Hackers attack another Sony network, post data
http://reut.rs/lXn9Oe

Facebook Video Scam Infects Mac And Windows
http://wapo.st/jZnWT4

Amazon Cloud Might Be a Hacker Magnet
http://bit.ly/iPtrbg

Hackers stole secret Canadian government data
http://bit.ly/iInaCK

China Google hackers' goal: Spying on U.S. Govt.
http://bit.ly/jOec7Q

Hackers Target Social-Network Accounts
http://bit.ly/k88HD7

Internet insecurity: Once more unto the breach
http://econ.st/jzGLsa

Nude Photo Hackers Taunt Blake Lively, Release More Shots
http://fxn.ws/kvrTtt

Netizens speculate next target as hackers rule corporations world over
http://bit.ly/kBuxAp

Hackers quickly bypass Apple's malware defenses
http://bit.ly/ikiKbE

Google says hackers based in China accessed U.S. officials Gmail accounts
http://wapo.st/jBrNMv

China rejects Google allegation of massive hacking breach as fabrication
http://wapo.st/iAVZma

Cybersecurity becoming U.S. diplomatic priority
http://bit.ly/mt5oPM

PlayStation News: Hackers threaten more Sony online attacks
http://bit.ly/ksgryC

Pentagon Declares Cyber Hacks Acts of War
http://bit.ly/jM5IKt

Microsoft decides to take it easy on hackers
http://bit.ly/jwbZEB

Hackers Use Cloud Computing to Boost Firepower
http://bit.ly/ltTVdz

Will hardware hackers build hidden devices to distort news at Wi-Fi hotspots?
http://bit.ly/mSyQgE

Hackers are developing firefox scareware tricks
http://bit.ly/lhrCum

Hackers nab data on nearly 300,000 Canadian Honda owners
http://bit.ly/lL62qB

Hackers Break Into Fox News Feed, Accusing Network Of Trying to Kill Our Unions
http://bit.ly/msZ5Td

'Cyber attacks are an act of war': Pentagon to issue new rules against hackers'
http://bit.ly/j8BYJ5

Tenn. passes Web entertainment theft bill
http://bit.ly/kG3sAG

Hackers target IMF over Greece treatment
http://bit.ly/j8o1E0

Google Says It Uncovered Attempt to Steal Users Gmail Account Passwords
http://bloom.bg/inIjGG

Major weapons makers see networks breached by hackers
http://cnet.co/mSn9Vp

Lockheed, PBS Join Roster of Hacking Victims
http://on.wsj.com/iZbWzD

Hackers Hit U.S. Army Contractors
http://bit.ly/jo2NAX

Anthony Weiner: Hackers posted lewd photos on Twitter
http://politi.co/iqOD9W

Sony chief Stringer blindsided by hacker groups seeking revenge
http://bit.ly/kb6PRg

Why Can't Japanese Companies Keep Their Data Secure?
http://bit.ly/lAb4Hr

Winnipeg woman fends off 'scary' hacker
http://bit.ly/l6PQZZ

Porn Twittergate has Rep. Weiner hacked off
http://bit.ly/l8ILdk

The Trouble With E-Mail
http://nyti.ms/jaIvVP

PBS Website Hacked
http://bit.ly/kLgIhl

Lockheed Martin Network Suffers Security Breach
http://on.wsj.com/kb5mh5

Hackers hit U.S. defense contractors
http://bit.ly/iwJIDs

Hackers breached U.S. defense contractors
http://reut.rs/kPYyVR

The Price of Hackers, Spammers and Abuse: When Is It Too Much?
http://bit.ly/li3mMJ

State Officials Needn't Heed Feds Threats
http://bit.ly/iz45Ou

Honda Canada tells customers that hackers stole some personal data
http://bit.ly/lncVkA

Hackers release Mac Guard fake AV software as Apple releases OS X update
http://bit.ly/j0aZVq

How 'cookiejacking' could steal people's Facebook passwords
http://bit.ly/jAwQC6

Lockheed Martin: Cyber attack halted
http://on.msnbc.com/kReeHz

Hackers protesting Nigeria's budget, inauguration spending shut down gov't website
http://bit.ly/iNjm4n

State highway police website hacked
http://bit.ly/ikDwxi

Another Sony online database is hacked
http://bit.ly/iOuopW

Hacker Liability: How at Risk is Your Company?
http://bit.ly/lxIw4H

Hacker attack to cost Sony $172 million, almost as much as initial Japanese earthquake damage
http://lat.ms/iopOyp

Hackers creating fake boarding passes
http://bit.ly/kpkrub

Six Ways to Protect Yourself From Online Hackers
http://bit.ly/mHVas3

Hacked Canonical Tags: Coming Soon To A Website Near You?
http://bit.ly/kfUqcy

More sophisticated hackers mean we must be more alert
http://bit.ly/jd6dIY

Jude Law's High Court lawsuit against News of the World 'phone hackers' will be compensation test case
http://bit.ly/iK43yO

Norwegian military targeted by hackers
http://onforb.es/jvs9ci

Hackers hit Sony sites raising more security issues
http://reut.rs/lpGtnw

The hackers always win
http://cnet.co/jsj1yr

Hackers Infiltrate Sony So-net Subsidiary, Steal $1,125 in Points
http://bit.ly/jsMsHp

'I was destroyed by Murdoch's hackers,' says svengali
http://ind.pn/kTVybe

PlayStation Network users still under-threat as hackers have enough information to alter passwords
http://bit.ly/k7Gg8a

Meet This 14-Year-Old Self Taught Hacker
http://wapo.st/mH0CBK

Sony must secure networks, analysts say
http://bit.ly/l2b1Ef

LinkedIn slashes cookie lifespan after research exposes security flaws
http://bit.ly/lyReYz

Sony Hacked Again... and Again
http://bit.ly/m5NZoi

Hackers: 'Stupid Sony, so very stupid'
http://on.msnbc.com/jgbmam

Cyber-Hackers: Faster, Better Equipped Than You
http://bit.ly/j4RaJI

Sony Greek Website Is Latest To Be Hacked
http://onforb.es/jnPxTl

Firms learn they're never too small to be hit by cyber attack
http://lat.ms/j9D2Rc

Hackers target student group websites
http://bit.ly/mlp5VM

Sony's new security plan: so many flaws hackers tire before hitting them all
http://bit.ly/mHefIf

Don't be next Sony PlayStation - protect your customers data
http://bit.ly/kmWW49

LinkedIn 'vulnerable to to attack by hackers'
http://bit.ly/lE3lCj

Six new tricks from hackers
http://bit.ly/l8vhtY

Oklahoma City using SIEM to crack down on hackers
http://bit.ly/jHuvQV

Hackers Hit At Sony Sites
http://bit.ly/ljiwOX

America's Cyber Threat' serves as warning against invasive website hackers
http://nydn.us/lS6qR9

Sony Suspends Canada, Thai Web Pages as Cyber Attacks Spread
http://bloom.bg/it5ssh

Lesson Learned from Sony PSN Attack: Secure Your Log Data
http://bit.ly/mcIyR5

Microsoft latest security risk: 'Cookiejacking'
http://reut.rs/lrQ1I6

Unknown Facebook 'friend' may be hacker
http://on.msnbc.com/mFeiZJ

Macs a 'soft target' for viruses and hackers, security firms say
http://bit.ly/kuXm02

Microsoft finds 427K email addresses on knocked-out Rustock server
http://bit.ly/kBoX0q

Sony Music Japan, Sony Ericsson hacked
http://cnet.co/k8v7J6

Businesses most at risk from Web hackers
http://usat.ly/j6SNPu

Hackers Steal Hotmail Messages Thanks to Web Flaw
http://bit.ly/iRnOJT

Sony suffers hacker attack in Canada
http://bit.ly/m9Eq0g

Businesses most at risk from Web hackers
http://usat.ly/j6SNPu

Sony says hacker stole 2,000 records from Canadian site
http://bit.ly/iCqtSh

LinkedIn Faces Cookie Vulnerabilities
http://bit.ly/k0ZJpF