The Federal Trade Commission will host a day-long forum on May 7 to hear from stakeholders on ways to reduce senior identity theft and mitigate the effects when it happens. The in-person meeting in Washington also will be accessible via the Web.

The forum is free and open to all. Pre-registration is not necessary but encouraged, by mailing name and affiliation to senioridtheft@ftc.gov. Written materials also can be submitted in advance. Panel discussions will cover different types of identity theft such as tax and government benefits, medical care and long-term care.

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