The President Announces New Actions to Protect Americans' Privacy and Identity

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In the lead-up to the State of the Union next Tuesday, President Obama’s been traveling across the country unveiling some of the ideas he’ll be talking about in the address.

Today, he stopped by the Federal Trade Commission offices to talk about how we can better protect consumers from identity theft and safeguard everyone’s privacy, including our children. He laid out a number of new steps and proposals, which you can read more about below.

“Since I’ve only got two years left in the job, I tend to be impatient and I didn’t wait to wait for the State of the Union to start sharing my plans,” the President quipped at the top of his remarks.

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