Recently a car was stopped next to me at the traffic lights. The driver had his phone connected to the car's bluetooth and the conversation could be heard by me crystal clear in the next car - the guy was talking about something to do with money and his business and I assume was completely oblivious to the fact anybody within a 10ft radius of the car could hear his conversation - of course the information was no good to me; but maybe to one of his competitors or somebody who knew what he was talking about, it could be.
So it got me thinking about what activities a person might do on a daily basis that could possibly put their information (online accounts, banking information, private details, secret business information, etc) at risk.
Just a couple I can think of other than the car/bluetooth example to get things started...
- Reading email on a mobile device while standing in line: people around you or even watching CCTV around you can potentially see information you'd rather they didn't
- Not collectiong an ATM receipt from the machine - you see this all the time, at the very least you know what the person looks like, and now you know how much money they have available in their savings account
I know this is an open ended question, I'll give the answer to whoever has the most amount of examples or most creative/interesting examples