We’ve already written about how those chip-enabled credit and debit cards are causing delays at checkout counters across the country. Now, it turns out there’s another downside: As chip technology becomes more commonplace at U.S. brick-and-mortar stores, more thieves are targeting e-commerce platforms and apps. In other words, the crooks are moving online. That’s according to a new research report from Javelin Strategy & Research cited by Bloomberg today. Read the full story here.
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