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PayPal President David Marcus' credit card information was hacked, and he let all his Twitter followers know that the thiefs went on a buying spree with his credit. He also took the opportunity to explain how much more secure for consumers PayPal is, at a time when the company is trying to take the online payment system into stores and make it a common way for folks to pay for goods. As they say, when opportunity strikes... even if it's a hacker strike! [USA Today]