Don McKenzie

A few months ago, I read an article on CNET that discussed an Adobe Systems/RSA Security survey of D.C. opinion leaders on the issue of data protection in the United States. Participants were asked to rate the job Congress was doing on this topic. It wasn't good news: More than 70 percent gave Congress low marks in the protection of social security numbers, financial data and credit card numbers. And so, with the scads of data breaches reported so far this year, it's no surprise there are about two dozen data security bills on Capitol Hill. Even with the passing of the

MONTREAL, Dec. 18, 2003 - Transcontinental Inc. today announced the acquisition of CC3, a growing company in the direct marketing industry in the United States. CC3 has a network of eight facilities in Pennsylvania, California and Texas, offering a complete range of direct marketing services through its unique integrated platform. It delivers over 1.5 billion direct marketing pieces a year. CC3 has over 1100 employees and annual revenues of about C$167 million (US$127 million). This acquisition is the largest in Transcontinental's history in terms of revenues. CC3 was owned by Providence Equity Partners Inc., a private investment firm with over US$5 billion under management.   The consideration for the

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