LifeLock violated settlement terms, FTC alleges

July 21, 2015 Bob Sullivan 2

The firm that may have profited the most from consumer fears over identity theft has run into serious trouble with the Federal Trade Commission for the second time. LifeLock, which rose to prominence in the 1990s when its founder plastered his Social Security number across billboards in a marketing stunt, [Keep reading]

Photos, fingerprints, location info would finally be ‘private’ under new federal privacy law proposal

May 1, 2015 Bob Sullivan 0

Legislation that would establish new nationwide privacy protections for American consumers was introduced by a group of high-profile Democratic senators on Thursday, including Pat Leahy (Vermont) and Elizabeth Warren (Massachusetts). The Consumer Privacy Protection Act would establish federal standards for notification of consumers when their data is lost or stolen, [Keep reading]

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