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As some of the largest retailers push Congress for a law to stop online sales of stolen goods, the Connecticut Attorney General is promising to revive the state’s efforts to work with other government agencies and the private sector to thwart organized retail criminal circles .
Last week, the CEOs of some of the country’s largest retailers urged Congress to vote on the Inform Act. The Inform Act, an acronym for integrity, notification, and fairness in online retail marketplaces, requires online marketplaces to collect third-party bank account numbers that reach a certain volume threshold on their platforms, as well as copies of IDs such as driver’s licenses and contact details.
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