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Impact of the SEC and CFTC Issuing Final Identity Theft “Red Flag” Rules

On April 19, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC” and, together with the SEC, the “Commissions”) published final rules (“Red Flag Rules”) in the Federal...more

Amended Red Flags Rule now in effect – are you still a creditor?

The FTC’s amended definition of “creditor” within the Red Flags Rule is now in effect. The definition is narrower in scope, but under it, a franchisor may still qualify as a “creditor.” For instance, if you use a...more

SEC and CFTC Adopt "Red Flag" Identity Theft Rules

The SEC and the CFTC recently issued final rules requiring certain regulated entities that qualify as either "financial institutions" or "creditors" to adopt programs to identify and address the risk of identity theft...more

SEC Approves Final Investor Privacy Rule

On April 10, the SEC voted unanimously to adopt a final rule requiring broker-dealers, mutual funds, investment advisers, and other regulated entities to implement programs designed to detect and prevent identity theft. The...more

Wow! Government Amends Red Flags Rule to Make it Narrower

Congress, FTC Restrict Definition of “Creditors” who must Adopt a Formal Plan to Prevent, Detect ID Theft In journalism, the adage goes, “man bites dog” is news. The regulatory equivalent should be “government amends...more

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