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Fighting Back After the Equifax (and other) Breach

A Virginia Delegate, after experiencing the trauma of identity theft, is advocating in their General Assembly for legislation that would waive fees for those victims electing to enact a credit report freeze. “People should have the right to freeze and unfreeze their credit instantly with no cost to them” is the basic position taken by Del. Sam Rasoul of Roanoke. “I think that they should be instant and there should be no fee charged for a security freeze,” he adds. Despite the variations in state laws across the country, one can hope that a trend will emerge that substantially improves protection available to the millions victimized by the continued lapses in security displayed by companies holding valuable personal information. Read more …

And if you’re not sure how big a deal identify theft really is, check out this article from our November 17 news round-up…

Your identity data’s value on the black market

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