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Court exempts union bosses from laws against identity theft

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One November day in 2007, 33 AT&T workers in central North Carolina found out that their Social Security numbers and other private information had been posted for the world to see -- exposing them to identity theft and credit fraud. There has never been any doubt about who posted the workers' private information, but the perpetrators have now escaped justice. All the employees whose names...

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