Confidential lost & found tags help protect users’ things

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It used to be that protecting one's stuff meant putting a name or phone number on it somewhere. Today, however, many consumers would rather not expose such potentially sensitive information. As a result, there's TurlyTag, a system of hard tags and stickers that lets users label their things without giving out personal details. Similar in many ways to Canadian Oliver's Labels for kids' things, TurlyTag's stickers and tags use unique codes rather than personal information to identify the owners of lost items. Consumers simply sign up with the service and provide all the contact details they'd like to use. Then,…

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