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December 24, 2018

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“Why pay monthly fees for overpriced ID theft services when you can protect yourself for free?” asked Litt."

Because it takes up more & more of your time to do so? Because there's no end to it? No penalty for those entities that demand confidential information and then don't keep it "secure"? Because our federal gov't is doing zero to assist members of the public from identity theft or even give them the power to sue for money damages (in class actions) resulting from these security breaches? You're aware, aren't you, that the S.Ct, in 3 decisions has made it possible for every consumer service provider you deal with to include mandatory arbitration and no participation in class actions against the consumer service provider, right? And that Congress has done NOTHING to reverse or effectively nullify those decisions, which it can do via legislation.

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