Good news for those still confused about whether they’re covered by an anti-fraud rule that requires creditors to implement written Identity Theft Prevention Program: The Federal Trade Commission announced a further three-month delay of enforcement of the so-called Red Flags Rule until Nov.
FTC Delays Red Flags Enforcement Until Nov. 1
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has delayed until Nov. 1 enforcement of a provision of the “red flags” rule that requires physicians, hospitals, and other covered entities to develop and implement written identity theft prevention programs
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FTC Extends Identity Theft Program Compliance Deadline
President Barack Obama told participants in an AARP tele-town hall Tuesday that electronic health records will help put an end to the inefficiencies they have experienced in healthcare.
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Obama’s talk with retirees highlights digital health records
Current and former employee data, including names, addresses, social security numbers on stolen laptop.Posted on June 25th, 2009 No comments
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) data loss incident circa 2009-06-03