I SPY Act earns third approval from House. Will Senate reject legislation for third time?
Vermont senator says Congress should reconsider law that calls for national identification standards.
Agency can't account for hard drive containing payroll data.
A Bush task force recommends a package of new laws that comes with its naysayers.
Convicted I.D. thief tells lawmakers how he scammed more than $43,000 out of the tax collectors.
New audit finds IRS with 500 missing or stolen laptops, some with unencrypted taxpayer confidential information.
Software firm that tracks and warns corporate clients of network intrusions did not adequately protect its own data.
California senator says identity theft can't be stopped without strong congressional action.
U.S. authorities charge hackers in India and Malaysia with cracking U.S online brokerage accounts.
Congress should pass 'milestone' national uniform privacy standard says Microsoft chairman.
Privacy and data security concerns stalking behavioral targeting and other advanced marketing practices.
The summer series of attacks traced to Chinese URLs.
Cyber security experts cite lack of leadership from government and cooperation from private sector.
Company offer of free security downloads actually contained Internet tracking software.
Different countries, laws and cultures still add up to the same thing: rampant global piracy.
Firm closes potential backdoor to malicious hackers.
VA launches efforts to inform veterans while FBI begins probe.
FTC chairman cites case as agency's ongoing campaign against lax security security practices.
Feds hit five sites for selling unauthorized confidential consumer information.
Reporter's Notebook: DHS claims data on biometric passports will be secure; GAO reports feds still not sharing electronically stored terrorism-related info; USTR leaders trade for jobs.
CSIA said without Congressional action on data breaches, e-commerce and consumer confidence are likely to erode without national action
New government statistics claim losses mounted to $3.2 billion in six-month period.
Republicans, Democrats reach accord on legislation targeting data breaches.
New report targets advertisers doing business with 180solutions.
New House Financial Services legislation pre-exempts tougher state disclosure laws.
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