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RFRRequest for Review
RFRRequest for Requisition
RFRRadio Frequency Radiation
RFRReady for Review (various organizations)
RFRRequest For Resources
RFRReady for Receiver (radio)
RFRRight of First Refusal
RFRRisk-Free Rate (investing)
RFRRequest for Resolution (various locations)
RFRRequest for Rate (shipping)
RFRRadio Free Roscoe (TV show)
RFRRed Flags Rule (identity protection; US FTC)
RFRResting Full Cycle Ratio (cardiology)
RFRRio Frio, Costa Rica (Airport code)
RFRRegional Fast Rail (Australia)
RFRReceive Frame Reference
RFRReally Fast Robot
RFRRoyal Air Force UK (ICAO code)
RFRRapid Facial Reaction
RFRRestauration Fonctionnelle du Rachis (French: Functional Restoration of the Spine)
RFRRun-From-RAM (Cisco)
RFRReady for Release
RFRRassemblement des Femmes Républicaines (French: Rally of Republican Women)
RFRRequest for Repair
RFRRequest for Referrals
RFRReduced Force Rehearsal (US Army)
RFRRise from Ruins (band)
RFRReason for Resource
RFRRouter Failure Recovery
RFRReady For Recheck
RFRRiver Falls Rideshare (Wisconsin)
RFRRun for Record
RFRReverse Flow Regeneration (ion exchange)
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Complying with the Red Flags Rule will be challenging for financial institutions and affected businesses," said Beckel.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has yet again delayed enforcement of its Red Flags rule, marking at least the fifth delay since the FTC introduced the rule in November 2007.
The resulting Red Flags Rule requires all such entities that have "covered accounts" to develop and implement written identity theft prevention programs to help identify, detect and respond to patterns, practices or specific activities that could indicate identity theft.
The ABA complaint, prepared on a pro bono basis by Proskauer Rose, argued that the application of the rule to practicing lawyers was "arbitrary, capricious, and contrary to law," and that the FTC has failed "to articulate, among other things: a rational connection between the practice of law and identity theft, an explanation of how the manner in which lawyers bill their clients can be considered an extension of credit under the FACTA, or any legally supportable basis for application of the Red Flags Rule to lawyers engaged in the practice of law.
3763) in October that would exempt physician practices with 20 or fewer employees--as well as small accounting and legal practices--from the Red Flags Rule.
The regulations, known as the Red Flags Rule, were issued on Nov.
WASHINGTON -- The federal Red Flags Rule that requires creditors to check for identity theft may mean a few new procedures for office-based physicians, Patricia King said at the American Health Lawyers Association's annual meeting.
The FTC's Red Flags Rule, effective August 1, requires lawyers to develop an identity theft prevention program to help protect clients.
Given the ongoing debate about whether Congress wrote the provisions too broadly, delaying the enforcement of the Red Flags rule will allow industries and associations to share guidance with their members, provide low-risk entities an opportunity to use the templates in developing their programs, and give Congress time to consider the issue further," FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz said.
The AMA is calling on FTC to republish its rule so that we can make the case that physicians should be excluded from the Red Flags Rule.