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Americans Want Banks To Spy On Their Online Accounts

Nine out of ten Americans want their banks to monitor their online accounts for signs of suspicious behavior, much as credit card companies do now, a survey published Tuesday said. Conducted by RSA Security, the poll also found that although consumers aren’t seeing a rise in the number of phishing e-mails, they are increasingly wary of all electronic communiquÚs from their banks. According to telephone survey, 79 percent said that they were less likely to respond to e-mail from their bank because of worry over phishing scams; that’s up nine points from 2004, said RSA. Full Story

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