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+ - LifeLock spokesperson gets ID Stolen-> 1

Submitted by OrochimaruVoldemort
OrochimaruVoldemort (1248060) writes "It seems as though LifeLock isn't as secure as Todd Davis makes it out. According to a LifeLock spokesman, his identity has been stolen. For two years, Davis has been daring hackers to steal his ID. Looks like he got what he wanted. CNN reports: "Now, LifeLock customers in Maryland, New Jersey and West Virginia are suing Davis, claiming his service didn't work as promised and he knew it wouldn't, because the service had failed even him.""
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LifeLock spokesperson gets ID Stolen

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  • The fact that Todd Davis' identity was stolen was previously discussed here. [slashdot.org] The reason this is interesting is because of the lawsuit, not the identity theft. I would change the title to "LifeLock CEO Sued for False Advertising."

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