The Cost of Identity Protection

Consumers, companies, healthcare providers, and governments are increasingly conducting business and exchanging information on-line instead of face-to-face.  That’s why many of them have begun using digital credentials to guard against fraud and identity thieves.  But as Virginia Public Radio’s Anne Morgan reports, a state panel is grappling with the question of who should be liable for costs or damages if those credentials fall into the wrong hands—or are misused.

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