Retailers fume over PCI security rules

Monday, 11 June 2007, 12:03 AM EST

Several retailers this week bristled at having to comply with the Payment Card Industry's Data Security Standard, complaining that they carry an unfair burden in securing credit card data.

In interviews and speeches at the annual ERIexchange retail event in San Diego, executives also complained that implementing the standards are costly and could alienate customers.

At Computerworld.

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