LifeLock Worries About Employee’s Personal Data, Asks New Times to Alter Published Police Report

Ray Stern reports:


LifeLock, the so-called identity-theft “protection” company based in Tempe we wrote about last week, called us in a tizzy yesterday — worried about the accidental publication of one its employees’ personal data.

This is the type of situation LifeLock would never put in a press release, but we’re more than happy to relate the ironic tale. It seems to be yet another example of the Tempe company’s ineffective protection service.

Read more on Phoenix New Times.

Hat-tip, Computerworld

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