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Laws that Facilitate Document Shredd...

Document shredding is a tedious exercise. The sheer amount of corporate documents to be discarded can be too much for any one person to ...

rubybadcoe 11/6/201210100
Laws that Facilitate Document Shredd...

Document shredding is a tedious exercise. The sheer amount of corporate documents to be discarded can be too much for any one person to ...

rubybadcoe 11/6/20125900
Let 'Er Rip

“Busy” doesn't even begin to describe the city of Los Angeles. The sizable metropolis has the second largest population of any city in America (after Ne...

rubybadcoe 7/4/20134200
Los Angeles Document Shredding : Pr...

These days, people fiddling with their phones, typing on their laptop, or tapping away on their iPads are usual scenes at any coffee shop in Los Angeles. Th...

rubybadcoe 12/6/201210500
Los Angeles Document Shredding Prot...

Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in California and the U.S. Detrimental to both the financial and emotional conditions of its victims, i...

rubybadcoe 7/5/20136200
Los Angeles Document Shredding Serv...

Los Angeles may be a business-friendly county, but competition among local businesses can be fierce at times. To stay ahead of the game, some LA busine...

rubybadcoe 12/11/20132500
Los Angeles Document Shredding: Shr...

Executive Order 13526, signed by President Obama in 2009, laid out the specifics on how files and documents should be classified. Under Section 1.2...

rubybadcoe 12/17/20127900
Make Los Angeles Document Shreddin...

In 1974, Congress passed the Privacy Act that governs the collection and use of vital personal information. Over the years, other laws were add...

rubybadcoe 10/4/201212200
Shredding Documents: What Comes N...

Some companies and organizations in Los Angeles often produce excess documents that need protection from the prying eyes of the public. Wh...

rubybadcoe 8/3/20128300
Ways to Manage Sensitive Information

Almost every person who's watched James Bond or Mission Impossible wanted to be a spy at some point. Espionage simply looks exciting and glamorous: sn...

rubybadcoe 6/5/20134400
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