Good Week, Bad Week: Identity Theft and the Better Marriage Blanket

Friday, May 21, 2010

We join with The Week Magazine to take a look back at the best and the worst of  the past week. It was a bad week for cyclist, Floyd Landis, who admitted to using performance enhancing drugs. But our "bad week" nod goes to Todd Davis, the CEO of LifeLock, an identity theft protection service. Todd Davis revealed his social security number on TV to prove that his company could protect anything, but the plan backfired when his identity was stolen multiple times. But there's good news for couples, who can now buy a new blanket that absorbs odors in bed, putting an end to that "silent, but deadly" problem.


Tom Jolly

Produced by:

Amanda Moore

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