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Written by  Jim O’Connor and Bruce Boda Monday, 10 March 2014 21:43

Government Cracks Down on Inadequate Security Policies The Federal Trade Commission, state attorney’s general offices, and other state and federal regulatory agencies are increasing their scrutiny of data security practices,- and have even fined companies such as Tower Records, Barnes and Noble, Microsoft, and Victoria’s Secret for lax security practices that put clients’ data at risk. California was among the first to pass legislation requiring companies that store personal information of California residents to promptly disclose any unauthorized access to this information. To quell the growing outrage among constituents over identity theft, Congress is pushing for tough new legislation to crack down on companies that compromise their


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