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Court exempts union bosses from laws against identity theft
Washington Examiner ^
| Mark Mix
Posted on 10/29/2012 8:48:42 AM PDT by unixman9627
One November day in 2007, 33 AT&T workers in central North Carolina found out that their Social Security numbers and other private information had been posted for the world to see -- exposing them to identity theft and credit fraud.
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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Government; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections; US: North Carolina
KEYWORDS: identity; theft; union
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When the legal system no longer serves the needs of the people, other means will be found.
posted on 10/29/2012 9:09:36 AM PDT
As long as the Pinkertons can play under the same rules and serve the “legitimate interests of ownership” in the same way...
posted on 10/29/2012 10:49:55 AM PDT
their Social Security numbers and other private information had been posted for the world to see
That's now a crime???
Ah, the good ol' days...When you wrote your Social Security number on your check!...Which had your name, address, phone number, and bank account number on it!
Of course back in those days, someone pretending to be you was called an imposter, and anyone giving him money on credit was called a sucker. Anyone coming after you to collect the debt was called a fool, and anyone who ruined your credit by saying the debt was yours was called a libeler.
(Wonder who's behind the change in the laws concerning imposters? I'm betting it's the suckers, fools, and libelers.)
posted on 10/29/2012 11:43:36 AM PDT
("Thou shouldst not have been old, till thou hadst been wise.")
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