A New Bern man has invented a simple device to help block prying eyes from your personal information. It's called the "terminal shield." It's inventor, John Kingsbury, says this will help shield your information as you punch it in on any touch pad such as those at ATM machines and cash registers. Kingsbury says he was aided in the design of the terminal shield by the people at the business center at Pitt Community College.
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