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Recent News Stories about the theft of laptop computers on which so-called personally identifiable information about individuals was stored raise the issue of what meeting planners do to protect the information they gather about meeting attendees. Planners generally don't collect social security numbers from attendees, but they routinely take other personally identifiable information such as credit card information when allowing attendees to register for meetings on Web sites.

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