Posted on November 23rd, 2010 No comments
The Colorado Supreme Court recently over-ruled (4-3) a lower court decision that convicted a man of criminal impersonation when he fraudulently used the Social Security number (SSN) of another when applying for a car loan.
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Posted on October 15th, 2009 No comments
According to Computerworld, U.S.
Maine’s High Court to Consider Data Breach Decision
Posted on August 31st, 2009 No comments
LifeLock fraud alerts deemed illegal in ongoing fight with Experian – U.S. District Court Judge found that its practice of placing fraud alerts on customers’ credit reports is illegal.
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LifeLock fraud alerts deemed illegal in ongoing fight with Experian
Posted on August 28th, 2009 No comments
The American Bar Association filed suit Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia against the Federal Trade Commission, seeking an injunction to block the application of the so-called “Red Flags Rule” to practicing lawyers.
Posted on August 25th, 2009 No comments
A U.S. District Court judge in the Central District of California is expected to rule this week on competing motions in a legal battle between credit bureau Experian and Tempe-based identity-theft protection firm LifeLock Inc.
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Judge to rule in LifeLock-Experian fight
Posted on August 21st, 2009 No comments
Fact Sheet 109 – The Court Experience Victims whose cases do go to trial may find this fact sheet a valuable guide.
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Fact Sheet 109 – The Court Experience
Posted on May 28th, 2009 No comments
As detailed in ISC’s first post on the Hannaford case, I detailed the District Court’s rationale for either dismissing or generally recognizing various legal theories around payment card number security breaches.
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Hannaford’s Motion to Dismiss: Victory for Merchants (Part 2)
Technology Review, published by MIT, has an article that is highlighting a personal crusade of mine. Your secret questions are not all that secret! I’ve said many times that most security questions are answered truthfully, and most of those are easily obtained or guessed. What town you grew up in, what high school you attended,
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Your Not-So-Secret Questions
In February 2009, the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC) conducted a survey seeking answers about consumer awareness of data exposure breaches, how they feel about the safety of their personal information when used online, as well as their level of interest in improving their online information safety.
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SPA White Paper
… at least against consumer class action lawsuits. The United States District Court of Maine recently rendered its ruling on Hannaford’s Motion to Dismiss the consumer class action lawsuits against it.
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Hannaford’s Motion to Dismiss: Victory for Merchants…