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Red Flag Rule: Appendix 1 – Reproduction of the Red Flag and Address Discrepancy Guidelines and Supplement

Following is a reproduction of the Guidelines and Supplement to the Red Flag and Address Discrepancy Rules. The rulemakings may be found at Federal Trade Commission et al., Identity Theft Red Flags and Address Discrepancies Under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003, 72 Fed. Reg. (Nov. 9, 2007), .

Consumer Tips: Job Searcher’s Guide to Online Job Sites

This guide to online job sites is a list of the top job searching sites online. This list gives information about the privacy practices at each site. Because resumes contain such detailed personal and professional information, it is well worth caring about how job search sites handle privacy issues. This guide is updated monthly, and we add new information to the guide monthly.

Public Comments: April 2009 Proposed Rule to Implement Title II of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008

The World Privacy Forum filed comments on the proposed regulations on the Genetic Information NonDiscrimination Act, or GINA. The comments request that the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission close down several potential loophole in consumer protection in the regulations. The Forum specifically asked the EEOC to consider curtailing the amount of commercially available information employers could access about employees, for example, through marketing databases. WPF also requested that those covered under GINA be required to maintain audit trails in certain circumstances, and urged that wellness programs be structured in such a way as to prevent information leakage through billing and other activities.