With a huge fight over health-care reform unresolved, many observers of technology-related legislation before the U.S. Congress have low expectations that major bills will be passed in the remainder of 2009.
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Technology Issues on Back Burner in US Congress
This Fall, the Senate is expected to consider legislation designed to improve cybersecurity in the private sector, and help businesses combat cyber criminals.
Senate plots cybercrime counterattack
The new lab will be equipped to handle additional requests from local police departments and other state agencies that need assistance in their investigations. To date, the AG’s Office has trained more than 1,000 Massachusetts law enforcement officers and cyber crime experts nationwide, primarily in the area of identity theft.
Coakley unveils new cyber-crime lab
A U.S. Attorney’s office has asked the York County Clerk of Courts to redact personal information from records. Information from about 100 DUI offenders from York and Lancaster counties was used to set up phony bank accounts and apply for loans, Assistant U.S
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Feds: ID thief used public records of DUI offenders