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Credit.com in the News 2.14.14

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The conversation about data breaches and credit card security doesn’t show signs of disappearing anytime soon. In the past week, Credit.com chairman and co-founder Adam Levin made the media rounds to discuss consumers’ exposure to attacks on retailer and other information systems. Here’s what he had to say:

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