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 November 23, 2015  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court

Robert Anglen reports:

A Gilbert, Ariz., woman says her ex-husband used LifeLock’s credit-monitoring systems to create an account in her name and secretly track her every financial move since their separation two years ago.

Suzanna Quintana, 47,says that when she applied for credit cards, leased a car, signed a cellphone contract and opened a bank account, her ex-husband received emails and alerts detailing the activity.

Read more on USA Today.

And by the way, although Lifelock was criticized by law enforcement for not responding promptly to a request for information, why didn’t law enforcement get a subpoena? Lifelock should NOT be turning over information just because there’s a request, barring exigent circumstances.

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