Is Privacy Dead? With Adam Levin, Founder Of Identity Theft 911, Author Of Swiped
You could be forced to look over your shoulder for the rest of your life.” Adam Levin doesn’t mince words when it comes to warning people about protecting their privacy. He is the author of new book Swiped, and founder of Credit.com and Identity Theft 911.
The recent Ashley Madison hack saw 36 million accounts compromised with massive ramifications ranging from divorce to suicide. Not to mention, hundreds of “high profile” employees from more than 80 well-known institutions who were either directly or indirectly implicated for using the controversial cheating website that advertises “privacy” for its members.