Every time we turn around it seems like some company has compromised their user's data. This time it's Kickstarter.com, a site that lets users try to get funding for their projects.
Kickstarter is actually a cool site. Potential investors can glimpse projects ranging from food ideas to technology. Once a project is selected the investor can pledge some sum of money and get a little something in return, though not likely part of any income stream that might result.
Let's not leave this issue without checking in on Naked Security which provides this warning: "Security tip: When being interviewed on TV, make sure passwords aren't written behind you." Click the link to see the image of a guy talking on camera with legible notes pinned in the background containing two user names and two passwords.