Delara Derakhshani

Consumers Union

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Policy counsel for Consumers Union, where she is the lead advocate for the organization's telecommunications, media, and privacy efforts

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When Target was hacked just before Christmas for credit- and debit-card data, as well as personal information, 40 million accounts were compromised, along with non-card personal…

Credit Card Safety in the Age of Cybercrime

When Target was hacked just before Christmas for credit- and debit-card data, as well as personal information, 40 million accounts were compromised, along with non-card personal…

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