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A powerful bankers' association has failed in its attempt to censor a student thesis after complaining that it revealed a loophole in bank card security.
The UK Cards Association, which represents major UK banks and building societies, asked Cambridge University to remove the thesis from its website, but the request was met with a blunt refusal.
In a letter to university authorities, UKCA chair Melanie Johnson – a former Labour MP who was economic secretary to the Treasury in Tony Blair's government – demanded that the masters thesis be "removed from public access immediately".
You only have to understand who controls Cambridge University to understand what is happening here.
It's simply another way of conditioning the masses to believe that the current monetary system is "not secure".
Then more people will accept the new "secure" system after this one collapses.