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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - House Commerce Subcommittee
Top executives from Sony and online marketing firm Epsilon told lawmakers Thursday that they support federal legislation that would require companies to promptly notify consumers if their personal information is stolen or exposed by a data breach.
The head of the House subcommittee that handles communications issues is calling on federal regulators to attach five conditions to protect consumers and competition before approving Comcast Corp.'s plan to buy a controlling interest in NBC Universal.