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ID theft measure set for final OK

Compromise follows high-level security breaches

By April Simpson
Globe Staff / July 17, 2007

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The state Senate is poised to give final approval today to a bill that would allow consumers to block new credit accounts in their name, require businesses and governments to alert consumers of security data breaches, and set standards for the disposal of records containing consumers' personal information. (Full article: 528 words)

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