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ID theft rate high locally, nationally

No matter whose figures are used, identity theft affects millions of people a year. The identity theft information website, www.identitytheft.info, keeps a running total of victims. On Thursday, it was up to 14,041,201. A recent report issued by the Bureau ...

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Lawyer gets jail in Dead Sea Scrolls case

NEW YORK CITY — A lawyer was sentenced Thursday to six months in jail after being convicted of an ultramodern crime that was all about antiquity: using online aliases to harass people in an academic debate about the Dead Sea Scrolls.

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Lawyer gets jail in Dead Sea Scrolls case

NEW YORK CITY — A New York lawyer was sentenced Thursday to six months in jail for an ultramodern crime that was all about antiquity: using online aliases to harass people in an academic debate about the Dead Sea Scrolls.

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Identity theft rules fall under the radar

Many small businesses have delayed implementing the identity theft “red flags” rules despite the approaching June 1 deadline — not because they don’t know about them, but because there have been so many extensions ...

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