[SATLUG] OFF TOPIC: "Say No to Photo-ID" for Cred Card
Ernest De Leon
edeleonjr at gmail.com
Fri Feb 1 01:19:54 CST 2008
Actually Tweeks, I'm glad you started this discussion. It's good for people
to talk about how they can protect themselves from theft or fraud plus their
civil liberties. I, for one, never thought of writing "Check for ID" on my
card, but I will do it to my cards now. It's actually a great Idea. I will
also probably get my next set of cards with photo ID on the cards
themselves. I usually only carry one card on me at any time, but making
sure that no one else can use that card is an important thing to me. Dialog
and discussion are always good things.
On Jan 31, 2008 11:11 PM, Tom Weeks <tweeksjunk2 at theweeks.org> wrote:
> Please take future replies off list...
> On Thursday 31 January 2008 21:48:48 Brian Lewis wrote:
> > On the note of privacy and freedom, your free to refuse to show your
> > I'd just as any company or gender is free to refuse you service for if
> > you don't abide by their rules.
> Actually Brian.. you're wrong. Their use of the Visa/MC system is a
> that Visa/MC can refuse for breaking THEIR rules. And it's clearly stated
> both Visa and MC's sites that it's illegal for vendors to require
> identification other than the card.
> > Freedom is a door that swings both
> > ways :)
> Don't let it hit you in the a** on the way out Brian. ;)
> On Thursday 31 January 2008 "John Chalinder" wrote:
> > I, too, write "Check photo ID' in the signature space. The last thing
> > I need is some thief trying to steal my ID by simply forging my sig.
> And that's YOUR right to delegate authentication authority. What I'm
> is that vendors are taking that right away from you by them requiring it
> without your permission.
> I'll answer other realted discussions off list (since this is off topic,
> and I
> did not intend to start a list storm here).
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Ernest de Leon
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