June 2007
Worldwide Videotex Update;Jun2007, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p3
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The article reports on the decision of Lee H. Teo, director of Friends Asia Pte. Ltd., to offer free membership on their Asian Dating Site FriendsAsia.com and its sister site FriendsAsia.com.cn. FriendsAsia.com does not require credit cards to make full access of the site. One of the reasons behind the decision is the concern of the members on credit card security breaches and computer hackers.

Tags: DATING services;  WEB sites;  TEO, Lee H.;  FRIENDS Asia Pte. Ltd.;  CREDIT cards;  DATA protection;  COMPUTER hackers


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