This does seem like a no-brainer but I doubt it will substantially reduce identity theft when we've all been pwned or had our user-names, passwords, credit card info, and SSNs leaked in all kinds of data-breaches over the past decade. Maybe start with a bill that protects our info in a meaningful way. I actually find this bill incredibly ironic since the 115 congress is so utterly unconcerned with its citizens basic privacy-repealing the protections Obama gave us with the infamous S.J.Res. 34. (Thanks GOP! For clearly not giving a flying fuck about citizens rights to privacy). Really, this bill is not about our protections at all: it's only about protecting the government.