Nov. 17, 2023, 11:44 p.m. | /u/MrEngineerMind

Privacy & Freedom in the Information Age

Why do compromised companies get off easy by only having to pay for 1 year of identity protection, when my leaked info can potentially be used to cause me harm forever?

It's not like my social security number will expire in a year so it will be useless after that!

If my info is leaked by a company, then they should have to start paying me $10/mo \*forever\* to cover the cost of identity protection for as long as the …

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