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There's No Data Sheriff on the Wild Web

By The New York Times

May 10, 2011

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A company suffers a catastrophic attack on its servers. Gone are names, email addresses, home phone numbers, passwords, credit card numbers. Everything ends up in the hands of hackers. What federal law covers such a breach of consumers' privacy?

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