Leave your tax to the last minute? Join the club, just about everyone does, even though you have from July to post it. And that's bad news for HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), which has been forced to extend its self-assessment tax return deadline after its website crashed under weight of traffic on the last day of filing.
We've been talking about data security, phishing, and online scams for years, but it feels like 2007 was the year that everything went completely pear-shaped.
With visions of Nicky Campbell rummaging through the litter bins of major high street banks fresh in the mind, it seems that every Government agency, and even a few private companies, have had a go at losing our personal data this year.
The Inland Revenue (sorry, Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs), the Driver and Vehicle Agency, Fasthosts, the Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Service, Leeds Building Society, the Citizens Advice Bureau... I could go on, but it's too depressing.
Yes, despite all the warnings about how vigilant we, the innocent members of the public, should be — shredding bank statements, having decent security on our PCs, securing our home wireless networks, and so on — it seems the "big boys" still aren't getting it right.