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  LexisNexis — Innovative Solutions for Knowledge-Driven Professionals
LexisNexis® is a leading provider of information and services solutions, including its flagship Web-based Lexis® and Nexis® research services, to a wide range of professionals in the legal, risk management, corporate, government, law enforcement, accounting and academic markets.
FREE Headline NewsThe latest U.S. and world news from LexisNexis news sources.
Copyright © LexisNexis, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
www.lexisnexis.com   (156 words)

  
  US Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, & Transportation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
LexisNexis products are becoming increasingly necessary to combat identity fraud associated with internet transactions where high dollar merchandise such as computers and other electronic equipment are sold via credit card.
LexisNexis also has a consumer opt-out program that allows individuals to request that information about themselves be suppressed from selected databases under certain circumstances.
Finally, LexisNexis strongly encourages that any legislation considered strike a balance between protecting privacy and providing legitimate businesses, organizations, and government agencies with access to critical information that enables them to fulfill their important missions.
commerce.senate.gov /hearings/testimony.cfm?id=1491&wit_id=4249   (2784 words)

  
 LexisNexis legal research services at www.lexis.com
The LexisNexis services at www.lexis.com offer legal professionals an unparalleled combination of comprehensive legal research and public records sources and cutting-edge features that maximize the power, efficiency and accuracy of the legal research process.
LexisNexis has the power and flexibility needed to accommodate the full spectrum of research styles, with options ranging from freeform “natural language” searches to advanced searches using Boolean logic.
With LexisNexis, you won’t waste valuable time trying to recreate recent research, or find recently used sources. With the LexisNexis History feature, all your searches for the past 24 hours are instantly accessible, and searches for the past 30 days are available on demand.
law.lexisnexis.com /lexis   (656 words)

  
 Hackers grab LexisNexis info on 32,000 people: Internet News from The Industry Standard
LexisNexis identified the incidents in a review of security procedures and warned that there may be more incidents of data theft, Reed Elsevier said.
LexisNexis, which acquired Seisint Inc. of Boca Raton, Florida, in September for US $775 million, expressed regret for the incident and said it is notifying the individuals whose information may have been accessed and will provide them with credit monitoring services.
LexisNexis is taking actions to improve its ID and password administration security, and customer screening, the company said in its statement.
www.thestandard.com /internetnews/001072.php   (924 words)

  
 JTAC : LexisNexis Legal Research Initiative
LexisNexis is available, at the expense of the Judicial Technology and Automation Committee (JTAC), to all trial court judicial officers of courts of record and circuit court clerks in the state of Indiana.
LexisNexis is a major provider of information services to the legal marketplace.
LexisNexis is one of the largest on-line libraries of State and Federal primary law including case law, statutes and administrative/regulatory material.
www.in.gov /judiciary/jtac/programs/lexis.html   (918 words)

  
 PC World - Hackers Grab LexisNexis Info on 32,000 People
LexisNexis, which acquired Seisint of Boca Raton, Florida, in September for $775 million, expressed regret over the incident and said that it is notifying the individuals whose information may have been accessed and will provide them with credit-monitoring services.
LexisNexis is taking action to improve its ID and password administration security and its customer screening, the company said in its statement.
But the LexisNexis security breach is likely to add more fuel to the fire of public anger over lax data privacy laws, said Mark Rasch, vice president and chief security counsel at security firm Solutionary.
www.pcworld.com /article/id,119953-page,1/article.html   (1085 words)

  
 LexisNexis [OCLC Western - Partners]
LexisNexis Company Dossier, a research tool used by thousands of business professionals daily, is now being made available to students and researchers seeking information about U.S. and international companies.
LexisNexis Country Analysis responds to this need by providing fast and easy access to reliable and comprehensive data on foreign countries, their industries, and consumer trends.
LexisNexis Environmental provides quick and easy access to a wide variety of reputable sources to streamline your research on worldwide environmental issues.
www.oclc.org /western/econtent/lexisnexis/default.htm   (951 words)

  
 LexisNexis: 280,000 more possible data theft victims | InfoWorld | News | 2005-04-12 | By Paul Roberts, IDG News Service
An internal investigation at the LexisNexis division of Reed Elsevier has uncovered evidence that as many as 310,000 more people may have had their personal information exposed to unauthorized individuals who compromised the security of a massive database of public and private information, including Social Security and drivers license numbers.
LexisNexis, of Dayton, Ohio, Monday sent letters notifying those whose information may have been viewed during the incidents, and will offer free support services to those who are notified, including credit bureau reports, fraud insurance and credit monitoring services for one year.
The new disclosures from LexisNexis bring the Seisint MATRIX database compromise into a league with ChoicePoint Inc., of Alpharetta, Georgia, which agreed in February to tell 145,000 potential victims that ID thieves, in a breach of its database, may have gained access to personal information such as Social Security numbers and credit reports.
www.infoworld.com /article/05/04/12/HNmoredatatheft_1.html   (1141 words)

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