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Without regulatory fix, Palmore sees no end to data breaches

From an anonymous suburban office park in Silicon Valley, a team of federal investigators under M.K. Palmore reached around the world last year to unmask four men accused of looting personal data from more than 500 million Yahoo accounts.

“We’re pretty good at identifying who’s on the other end of the keyboard,” said Palmore, the assistant special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in charge of the cybersecurity branch for the bureau’s San Francisco, California, division.

But ask the 21-year FBI veteran to name the...

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