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Law Gives Hacking Victims Right to Know

California consumers will learn next month whether their favorite shopping sites are steeled against computer fraud — or are haunted by hackers and identity thieves. Starting July 1, companies must warn California customers of security holes in their corporate computer networks. When a retailer discovers that credit card numbers in its files have been stolen, it must e-mail customers, essentially saying, “We’ve been hacked, and the hacker may have your credit card number.” State politicians call the regulation the first of its kind in the nation. U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein plans to introduce a similar federal legislation within a month. Full Story

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