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Nov. 11, 2013: According to new research, 57 percent of analysts said they've worked on enterprise data breaches that were not disclosed.


Nov. 11, 2013: The IRS issued $4 billion in fraudulent tax refunds last year to people using stolen identities, with some of the money going to addresses in Bulgaria, Lithuania and Ireland.


Nov. 11, 2013: A recent study reveals that teens are starting to take steps to avoid identity theft.


Nov. 12, 2013: Italy pledges to improve data privacy protection of its citizens.


Nov. 13, 2013: Arizona ranks No. 1 in the never ending war on identity theft.


Nov. 13, 2013: South African businesses are throwing sensitive info into trash bins at malls, giving fraudsters all they need to steal identities.


Nov. 14, 2013: A survey reveals the U.K. public wants to be informed of data breaches, and that more needs to be done to punish companies that lose sensitive info.


Nov. 15, 2013: Identity theft suspects plead not guilty after police discovered bags of stolen documents in a hotel room.