Did you know that your SIM card in your phone could be hijacked by those looking to steal your identity and all your login credentials? Get the scope herein todays show. I am very happy to be back from Philadelphia where I attended podcast movement and was heavily involved from three sessions to talking to podcasters. Plus frankly staying up way too late on a number of nites. Happy to be back with you.
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