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Tuesday, April 22, 2008


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Should IBM have paid for my Security Freeze fees?


Good question. Security freezes were not yet available nationwide in 2007. For the states that had laws with security freezes, then yes -- IBM should have paid for security freezes for its breach victims that wanted it.

Unfortunately, I did not know enough about identity theft in 2007 to inquire about this. Today I do and I encourage breach victims to demand this benefit.


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