Credit card security: saga of broken rules

Friday, 1 July 2005, 1:03 AM EST

Inside the Tucson, Arizona, data processing center for CardSystems Solutions is a long room where dozens of computers are stacked in neat rows.

This is the nerve center for millions of credit and debit card transactions. Its doors are bolted shut; access is restricted. Entry requires swiping a card and punching in a short code.

By Eric Dash at IHT.

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