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St. Louis-based Alter Trading Corp
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The Senate has passed a bill that exempts doctors and other providers from the Federal Trade Commission’s Red Flags Rule, which would have required them to develop and implement written identity theft prevention programs. The rule is currently scheduled to go into effect on Dec.
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Senate passes bill to exempt docs from FTC's Red Flags Rule
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U.S. Rep. John Adler is optimistic that a potentially burdensome regulation on small business will not advance further
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Federal proposal would help small businesses
The social security numbers of more than 600 Bullitt County school employees were sent accidentally in an e-mail to nearly 2,000 people.
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Social Security numbers of school employees emailed to nearly 2,000 people
While most other types of identity theft steal your money, medical ID thievery could also cost your life. Should your medical data become mingled with that of one or more strangers who have fraudulently gotten treatment as you, the potential for confusion, if not disaster, is obvious — if you’re diabetic and the fraudster isn’t, or you hav…
The U.S. House of Representatives this week voted unanimously–400-0–to pass legislation that would exempt certain healthcare facilities from the red flags rule. Under the newly passed bill, H.R