MARYVILLE Tenn. Dinnerhouse chain Ruby Tuesday Inc. is rolling out new technology that promises to protect customers who pay with credit or debit card credit from having their personal information stolen and used for so-called identify theft. The move comes as some foodservice companies are struggling to meet new security standards developed by the credit-card industry to combat identity theft. Using bits of information, identity thieves pose as a credit-card user to obtain new charge ...
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