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Forbes  Nov 21  Comment 
Elliott Management's Jesse Cohn lost the sweepstakes for LifeLock. But his fund made a 75% gain on LifeLock when Symantec agreed to pay $24 a share for the identity theft protection provider.
Reuters  Nov 21  Comment 
REUTERS - Symantec Corp said it would acquire U.S. identity theft protection services company LifeLock Inc for $2.3 billion, in a deal that it hopes will prop up sales at its Norton cybersecurity unit.
Reuters  Nov 20  Comment 
Symantec Corp said it would acquire U.S. identity theft protection services company LifeLock Inc for $2.3 billion, in a deal that it hopes will prop up sales at its Norton cybersecurity...
DailyFinance  Oct 28  Comment 
Filed under: Finance, Planning Your Social Security card is tucked away for safekeeping, and you'd never willingly hand over your private information to a suspicious caller. You're cautious about online transactions and go extra lengths to...
The Hindu Business Line  Oct 20  Comment 
Wells Fargo, under fire for creating two million unauthorised accounts for its customers, is under a criminal investigation in California over alleged identity theft, the Los Angeles Times reported.C...
Financial Times  Oct 19  Comment 
Probe launched on allegations of criminal identity theft over fake accounts
CNNMoney.com  Oct 19  Comment 
Wells Fargo is being investigated for alleged identity theft linked to the bank's fake account scandal.
MarketWatch  Oct 12  Comment 
Despite years of warnings, 41 million U.S. adults have had their identity stolen.
Forbes  Oct 4  Comment 
October is National Cyber Security month, thus the perfect time to highlight a growing online security issue, photo identity theft. Catfishers frequently use photographs of real people to lure in their unsuspecting victims. While these people have...
Forbes  Oct 4  Comment 
Iris scanning for logging into consumer devices isn’t James Bond fanfiction. It is a real possibility, and, at this point almost a certainty, that iris scanning will become the world’s new norm for logging into consumer devices. If you are...




 
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Im very sorry that you have become a viictm of identity theft, however, it does not surprise me since there were 9 million viictms this past year. I do agree with what the others have said, however, since you have become a viictm and your info is out there chances are that it will be used again. Your info is most likely in a huge database just wating to be used again by the thieves. I would HIGHLY suggest investing in identity theft protection. If you would have had the protection, you would have found out 2 years ago about the theft. My family and I have SOLUS Identity Theft Protection and are very pleased! You can check out their website and learn more about identity theft atGood luck and take care

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