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Tag Archives: identity theft

Md. high court denies would-be lender’s forgery appeal, cites licensing law

The Maryland Supreme Court (formerly the Court of Appeals) building in Annapolis. MF-D 9/20/04.

A woman’s 20-year-old guilty plea to forgery and identity theft will stay on the books as Maryland’s top court said her unforeseen disqualification from a mortgage lending license did not justify permitting her otherwise too-late appeal of her conviction. In ...

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EZShield unveils new name as combined company with IdentityForce

EZShield and IdentityForce will be combined under a new name — Sontiq — the two cybersecurity companies announced Wednesday. Maryland-based EZShield acquired the Massachusetts-based Identity Force last year. The new combined company will be based in Nottingham, Maryland. “Sontiq is a natural ...

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Court revives lawsuit against Baltimore-based optometry board

A federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit brought by optometrist applicants who claim a data breach at the industry’s Baltimore-based examining board resulted in disclosure of their personal information to computer hackers who applied for credit cards in their ...

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