Identity theft: You're vulnerable

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July 15, 2011, 9:17 pm
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(NECN: Mike Nikitas) - The recent phone hacking scandal at the British News of the World tabloid is yet another stark reminder of how vulnerable our privacy and personal information is.

         This special series will continue for the next two Friday nights about protecting your identity.

Steve Weisman, a Massachusetts attorney, Bentley University professor and the author of seven books on this, including "The Truth About Avoiding Scams" offers tips on how to make it more difficult for criminals to steal your identity.

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