Ban this sick filth.
I mean, the card itself isn't broken, mechanically speaking. It's a way to punish runners with resources. If the runner has six credits and three installed resouces, they have to choose between going broke or sacrificing what could be a major part of the strategy. It's a meta call, depending solely upon the relative prevalence of event economy vs. resource economy vs. program economy in runner decks.
No, this card needs to die because it's soooooo sad. Chaos Theory has always been the most adorable of the runners. She has a stuffed animal as her console and they are best friends. They go on Exploratory Romps together. They audition for movies together. Even when the big meanies at Weyland get their hands on Dinosaurus, she sticks with him and fixes him because she's just such a nice person. (Note the band-aid in the card art for Financial Collapse.)
I like the world of Android Netrunner because it's exciting and dramatic and thrilling. I'm okay with blowing up entire city blocks, with political fraud, with self-murder, with martyrdom, with the systematic exploitation of both sentient AI and human clones, with violence marketed to children, with scapegoating, with conflicts of interest...all fine and good.
But I am NOT okay with this card. It is wholly and completely unacceptable to introduce her family (look how happy they are in that family photo!) and then show her crying over money issues. It's too goddamn real. All I want is for her dads to take CT in their arms and tell her that everything is going to be okay, but that can't happen because it's a lie, because some asshole runner hacked some corporation and now nothing is ever going to be okay again and oh god I'm actually tearing up.
In all seriousness, mad props to FFG and to Matt Zellinger for the emotional sucker punch of this card. Also, respect for having not just one but two stable, happy homosexual marriages with kids. For all the darkness and fear in the Android universe, there are a few moments that suggest that maybe things aren't as bleak as they seem.