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Update on Credit Freeze & Data Breach Laws

With the New Year almost upon us, a variety of new laws that impact identity theft and personal privacy will begin to go into effect. A variety of states are gearing up to implement new laws that allow consumers to freeze their credit files. Connecticut, New Jersey and Illinois will all implement this type of law on January 1, but these states have very different visions of who should be given the ability to freeze their credit report. See GuardMyCreditFile

Category: Identity Theft News
Posted on December 17, 2005 at 01:30 PM | Permalink


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