A new Carnegie Mellon University study finds that data-breach-disclosure laws--which require organizations to reveal when personal information on their servers has been compromised--have been ineffective at reducing identity theft, the Chronicle of Higher Education reports. The study's findings could be of particular interest to colleges and universities, which have been responsible for scores of security breaches and have been criticized for not disclosing these breaches soon enough...

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