Have you seen my personal information? It has been lost. Again., (Sat, Mar 21st)

Remember when milk cartons had pictures of lost children on them? I think of those cartons every timeI get a notice that my personal information may have been impacted as a result ofa data breach.As you might imagine, I recently received one of theseletters from an organization that needs my personal information in order to provide me with a valuable service.
“>Thesenotification letters make me consider the risk of becomingnumb tothe impactof receiving so many of them. Will we eventually achieveperpetualIdentity Protection Services elite status that continually monitors for misuse of our sensitiveinformation for the rest of our lives? Iwonder if the value of thisservicehas the potential to become a little bit diluted with each andevery notice we”>receive. Is itpossiblethatwe will will soon treat these noticeslike a replacement credit card that arrives in our mailboxes?
What are you doing to reduce your risk afterreceivinga data breach notification letter in the mail?
Please respond using ourcomments section.
Russell Eubanks

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