The Government Accountability Institute has discovered a wide open loophole that potentially allows campaign contributions from foreign interests. A simple fix is to make all campaigns require donors to type in their card's CVV code, a three or four number sequence found on the back. Use of this code as a security measure has become so commonplace that almost all web-based transactions require it now. Are not campaigns that fail to require the CVV code essentially telling us that their candidate is looking to commit fraud or get around the law? Read more and discover which politicians do not require basic credit card security when processing donations.