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Gaming souk Steam spews credit card, personal info in Xmas Day security meltdown

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I enjoyed not having to keep putting in disks to play my games by having them on Steam.BUT, Maybe it's time to go back to the old ways if steam isn't even going to let it's customers know when they are in danger from something Steam employees did. This is not a EULA matter, It is a case of sloppy security and can cost customers billions of dollars. I know if my credit is compromised, My attorney's will have a field day with Steam.

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