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ARLINGTON, Va. – When it comes to identity theft and cyber security policy issues, voters-Republicans and Democrats alike- agree that more must be done to keep them safe. According to a recent Cyber Security Industry Alliance (CSIA) survey, 97% of voters rate identity theft a serious problem and 93% find spyware a serious problem. Overall 71% pf those surveyed believe new laws are needed to protect consumer privacy on the Internet. Despite the call for a legislative solution, only 32% of respondents trust Congress to do what’s right compared to 63% that trust consumer groups like the Better Business Bureau.

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