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Identity Theft: Most Popular Articles

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13 Things You Must Do When Someone Steals Your...
Many cases of identity theft start with a lost wallet or purse. Taking the right actions (and taking them quickly) can help protect you from that. Find out what you can do now.
Protect Your Mail
Your mailbox is one of the riskiest places for your identity. These tips help you to protect your mail from the thieves that would use it to steal your identity. Page 2.
Money is No Concern: Most Identity Theft Has...
When we hear about identity theft, most of us think about credit cards and bank accounts. But there are several areas identity theft can strike, not just our wallet. Find out about the various forms of identity theft, and what you can do to reduce your risks.
Top ATM Card Scams You Need to Watch Out For
Knowing the difference between your ATM card and credit card can save you a lot of headaches if you become a victim of identity theft. Although there are no guarantees, a few precautions can go a long way to help you protect your money from
How to Report Identity Theft to the Police
Reporting identity theft to the police is the first step in recovering if you are a victim. There are some specific issues you want to be aware of when you are trying to get an identity theft police report, though.
5 Tips for Online Shopping That Can Save You...
The majority of identity theft takes place in the real world, away from the Internet. But the Internet is still a commonly used tool in identity theft, and Internet shopping is one area in which you are at risk. Learn online shopping safety tips to help protect your identity and your credit.
Watch Out for These Low-Tech Methods of...
How identity theft happens may include a combination of low and high tech methods, from simple phone scams to data breach.
Food Banks and Identity Theft
When you’re down on your luck, getting something to eat may have a bigger pricetag than you expect…
Where Did the Identity Theft Problem Start?
The history of identity theft goes back quite some time, there is even an account of it in the Bible. But the more recent history of identity theft can be very telling about where we are heading.
Recognize Identity Theft Scams - Spotting a...
Phishers use any means necessary to get you to respond, and that includes marking email messages Urgent. Page 3.
Evaluate Your Identity Theft Risk
Knowing what information an identity thief is after can help you protect yourself from identity theft.
Who Commits Identity Theft?
We usually trust family and friends to look out for us, but what can we expect if it is someone close to us who commits identity theft?
Yes, Your Business Is at Risk for Identity Theft
Corporate identity theft is a very real concern, whether you are a mega corporation, a mom-and-pop shop, or just run a home-based business.
Why Social Security Fraud Is on the Rise
If someone uses a stolen social security number to work in the US illegally, guess who gets the tax bill? Even though you've told the Social Security Administration about the problem. The largest group of offenders are
Steps to Recovering Your Identity After...
It's scary when identity theft happens. Your first instinct is to panic. But you shouldn't. Instead, begin immediately to put your identity back together following these steps.
EFTA spells out how to get your money back when...
When an identity thief gets your debit card of finds a way into your bank account, you will be fighting with the bank to get your hard-earned money back. The Electronic Funds Transfer Act is the law your bank will most follow as you try to get your cash back.
4 Surprising Ways Your Identity Can Be Stolen
Identity theft starts in many different places. Some of those places are completely obvious, like your mail box and online, but there are other identity theft risks that you might not be so familiar with. Learn more about little known identity theft risks in this article.
Cloud Computing
Cloud computing, or “the Cloud”, is now being marketed to companies as an inexpensive online data storage solution. But with data breaches in the news on a daily bases, data security is a big concern when it comes to those companies putting your personal information somewhere they have no control over.
Protect Yourself from Identity Theft
Although it's nearly impossible to stop, there are things you can do to help protect yourself from identity theft. Here are some recommendations by experts in identity theft.
Prepaid Debit Cards
Prepaid (or reloadable) debit cards are a clever way to protect your money, and shop online securely, if you use them properly.
Which Mail Do You Need to Shred?
Postal mail is one of the most used methods of identity theft. Learn what mail puts you at risk, and then reduce the risk by shredding it.
Should You Bother with Identity Theft...
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6 Basic Rules to Prevent Credit Card Fraud
Credit card fraud and identity theft are not the same crimes. But you still need to protect yourself from credit card fraud. Learn how in this article.
Do License Plate Readers Violate Privacy?
License plate readers can sometimes help police catch the bad guys, but privacy advocates worry that police profiling is violating privacy.
Your Biometric Identity
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Your Risky Mailbox: Identity Theft 101
The most commonly used means of identity theft in the real world is mail theft and redirection. This article explains the crime and provides tips for protecting your mail and your identity.
Recovering From Identity Theft: Repairing Your...
Identity theft usually hits victims where it hurts most: in the wallet. If you've been victimized by identity theft, you want to clean the mess up quickly. This article walks you through the basics of fixing your credit report after identity theft.
Although not the most common type, financial...
Identity theft can have deep and long-term effects on your life, but when someone digs into your wallet for your bank or credit card, it can send you in a tailspin.
What is Identity Theft?
This basic explanation of identity theft details why criminals steal identities, who those thieves are, and how the crime is committed. Readers are reminded to remain constantly vigilant about protecting their identities.
Medical Identity Theft: the Dark Side of...
Money is the least of your worries if you've had a medical identity theft. Getting the wrong alergies or blood-type in your medical record can yield deadly results. Information shared through the Medical Information Bureau (MIB) means once your medical information is digital, anyone can get it, and (worse) it can get the wrong information into the hands of your doctor. And fixing medical identity theft is never easy.
GPS and Your Privacy
The US Supreme Courts decision in a recent case involving GPS may have ruled in favor of the defendant, but published opinion gives broad license to law enforcement when it comes to your cell phone.
Spoofing
Spoofing is a broad-ranging term that essentially means to pretend to be something or someone that you're not. It is, however, much more complicated.
How to Create an Awesome Password (That You Can...
We use the internet for everything - online shopping, email, even managing our bank account - and we use passwords for everything. One key to protecting yourself form identity theft is to have good passwords. Here's some tips to help make killer passwords that will stop identity thieves in their tracks.
Reporting Identity Theft 101
Identity theft happens to even those who protect their identities closely. But when it happens, you want to report it as quickly as possible to limit your liability. Use these steps to quickly report suspected identity theft.
Spear Phishing: Identity Theft’s New Black
Phishing is already a mainstay in identity theft attacks, but now a new method of attack is emerging. Spear phishing targets individuals and can be far more costly than its predecessor. Learn what spear phishing is and how to protect yourself.
Schools and Biometric Tracking
Biometrics have been presented as the answer to identity theft, but the technology brings with it certain privacy issues that have many up-in-arms.
Think Before You Click to Avoid Identify Theft
URL shortening services have quickly become a real problem for Facebook users. You never know what might happen if you just click a link…
Tell the IRS About Your Identity Theft
IRS, reporting identity theft, Form 14039, tax returns, filing taxes, report identity theft to IRS
Protect Your Computer from Spyware
Spyware is one of the most prevalent methods that identity thieves use to collect the information needed to steal your identity. Learn how to recognize and protect your computer from spyware threats.
Synthetic Identity Fraud
Synthetic identity fraud occurs when an identity thief alters your personal information for the purpose of using it to gain access to information or money based on your credit history.
Hiding Behind an IP Address
While wireless internet (WiFi) gives you the ability to take your internet virtually anywhere, an open network allows anyone to get an IP address under your account.
Tax Time Identity Theft – IRS Form 8821
Social security identity theft often shows up around this time of year, in the form of tax fraud. IRS Form 8821 could provide you an early warning in the event someone is trying to file for your tax return.
Recognizing Common Identity Theft Scams
The risk of identity theft presents itself at every turn. Learn what some of the most common identity theft scams are, and how to prevent them.
HIPAA
For medical identity theft, HIPAA is the principle law geared to protect consumers. This law is focused on your health information, who has access to it, and how it can be used.
Identity Thieves Love Your Gadgets, Too!
Your cell phone, iPod, and GPS system might be putting you at risk for identity theft. These gadgets can be used by identity thieves to gain access to your personal information. Learn how to protect your identity by securing your personal gadgets.
The Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence...
The Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act (ITADA or ITAD Act) was the first of many Federal laws targeting identity thieves.
What to Do if You're a Victim of Identity Theft
Statistics the past few years say that the chances of being a victim of identity theft are rapidly on the rise. It’s just as important to know what to do when if happens to you as it is to know how to prevent identity theft, or at least reduce your risk of being a victim.
IRS Helping Identity Theft Victims, Just Take a...
The Internal Revenue Service now has a toll-free hotline for identity theft victims.
Three Tips for Keeping Your Wallet or Purse...
A stolen wallet or purse can mean more than just losing your cash and credit cards. It can also mean that your identity is at risk. Learn how to protect belongings and prevent identity theft
RFID to the Rescue
Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) is making bold promises in the fight against identity theft.
5 Things You Shouldn't Keep in Your Wallet
Although it's not possible to completely prevent identity theft, there are a a few simple things you can do to make yourself far less likely to become a victim.
IDT Definition
The definition of identity theft seems to vary depending on who you ask. Some sources think it only has to do with money, while others have a broader definition. So, what is identity theft?
Protecting Your Personal Information: What Data...
You're told all the time to protect your personal information, but do you know what to protect? What information is it that identity thieves are after? And is some information more valuable than others? Find out what personal information thieves want most in this article.
Victim Resources
Although not an exhaustive list of agencies, this article will give identity theft victims a launchpad to getting help with identity theft.
Tax Time Identity Theft
Tax time is a stressful time for most people. But identity theft can take stress to a new level. Tax time scams are common and growing in popularity. Learn how to spot a tax scam, and protect yourself from identity theft at tax time.
The Federal Trade Commission
If you are an identity theft victim, you will end up talking with someone in the FTC. But they do more than collect information – they help consumers fight back against identity theft.
Criminal Identity Theft
You don't have to do something wrong to run afoul of the legal system. The Identity Theft Resource Center reported 56% of the identity theft victims they talked with reported the impostor used their information when they were arrested, booked, or arraigned. One third said there were criminal convictions in their name as a result of this, while still more found warrants in their name.
Identity Theft Restoration Programs
Identity theft restoration programs are among the high-end of identity protection when it comes to price, but victims who have a restoration program almost always say it was well worth the investment.
How Do You Know Someone is Using Your Social...
Social security identity theft, employment fraud, tax fraud, social security number
Cellphone Viruses: Loozfon and FinFisher
The FBI has sent an official warning to mobile users: beware of Loozfon and FinFisher cellphone viruses.
Credit Report Freeze
A credit freeze, or credit report freeze, locks down a consumer's credit report so no new credit accounts can be activated without the proper authorization from the consumer.
Credit Fraud Alert
A fraud alert is used to alert potential lenders that your identity may have been compromised by identity theft.
Insurance Identity Theft
Insurance identity theft can create issues in healthcare and finances. For many victims, the problem only starts there - the real impact is in future insurability.
Natural Disasters: Protect Your Identity
Identity thieves never take a break. They're always looking for the next opportunity and natural disasters, like hurricanes, tornadoes, and earthquakes offer lots of opportunity. Learn how to protect your identity in the wake of a natural disaster
How Social Networking Puts Your Identity at Risk
The phenomenon of social networks took the business world by surprise. But people are social by nature, so it's natural for them to want to participate in a social network. It's also natural for identity thieves to go where the information is, and people may be unknowingly placing themselves at risk with the information they include on social networking profiles. Learn what personal information not to include on your social networking profile in this article.
College Identity Theft: A Growing Problem
College students are at high risk for identity theft. To protect themselves, they need to understand what identity theft is, where they are at risk, and what steps to take if they suspect identity theft. All of that information is included in this article.
High-Tech Identity Theft Protection
Identity theft has already touched the lives of 10% of the American population, and shows no signs of slowing. The high-tech markets are paying attention, and now offer several new solutions that may protect us through the 21st century.
Identity Theft Protection Programs
If you’re considering an identity theft protection program like many consumers today, it’s probably more important to know what it won’t do, than what it will.
Phishing Can Lead to Identity Theft
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Identity Theft: Dealing with Credit Card...
When identity theft strikes, it's not uncommon for the identity thief to get credit in the victim's name. It can be a slow process cleaning up the mess, often taking years. Find out what you can do, and how to start fixing the problem today.
Vishing
Vishing uses social engineering and phishing techniques to steal people's identities using Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone lines.
Office Printers and Identity Theft
Businesses scan, print, copy, and fax information all the time. Who would have suspected that the office printer they use is really an identity thief's Trojan horse?
Cell Phone Safety
Social media like Facebook and Twitter are just a couple of places you must think about when looking at your cell phone security. But cell phone safety doesn’t end with social networking…
The Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act of...
FACTA or the FACT Act, is a primary Federal law related to identity theft and data security. It gives consumers specific rights, and provides businesses with guidelines about how to protect your personal information.
Your Free Online Credit Report
Internet sites like FreeCreditReport.com say they will let you look at your personal credit report free, but may only show you one credit report. If you want to get your credit report free from all three credit reporting agencies, the best site is AnnualCreditReport.com, the governments gateway to watching your credit reports.
National Protect Your Identity Week
The National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) is having their 4th annual National Protect Your Identity Week from October 16th through the 22nd. In the spirit of consumer education program, your Guide is pleased to present this short series of articles designed to bring you up to speed quickly on the state of identity theft today.
Social Engineering
The practice of deceiving someone, either in person, over the phone, or using a computer, with the express intent of breaching some level of security either personal or professional.
Credit Reports: How to Monitor Your Credit Report
Your credit report is center of your financial world. It's also the main target for identity theft. Learn how to monitor your credit report and keep your identity safe from identity theft.
USB flaw revealed just in time to make your...
This year's Black Hat expo in Las Vegas brought some eye-opening news, showing once more that technology can bring more problems than solutions.
Identity Theft and Legal Help
Most people are a little intimidated by lawyers, but when you look to protecting yourself and your family from identity theft, having access to legal help can be a critical part of fixing your problems.
Web Page Spoofing
Web page spoofing is just one type of deception that hackers use to trick people into providing personal information that can be used for the purposes of identity theft.
Who Commits Identity Theft
Because of the random nature, organized identity theft can be the most difficult to prepare for, or respond to. If you are a victim of organized identity theft, or if it is an identity theft ring who commits identity theft affecting you, be ready for anything.
Identity Theft Credit Monitoring
When you are considering an identity theft protection service, credit monitoring may be the most common component you find... and the least effective.
The NSA, Conspiracy Theories and Your Privacy
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Recovering From Identity Theft: Your Rights as...
It's frightening to realize that your identity has been stolen. But the sooner you realize it, you can begin to repair the damages. Before you even start the repair process, however, you need to understand your rights as a consumer. This article explains them.
Gone Phishing
There are more phishing schemes and scams floating around than even an identity theft expert can know about. But they're all pretty much the same in this: they target your personal information, and they'll get it however they can.
Local Police Use NSA Tech to Spy on Citizens
You may think your cell phone conversations are private, but the US Justice Department is arguing quite the opposite. And while the debate is raging, law enforcement officers are using a device called a StingRay to intercept phone calls... just in case.
RFID Dust
The latest generation of RFID tracking tags is so small it's called RFID Dust.
Email Spoofing
Email spoofing is a technique that hackers use to send fraudulent emails and is often used as a tool to collect information need for identity theft activities.
Government ID and Your Privacy
Online accounts have started asking for your government ID before helping recover your digital identity, but often, their privacy policy doesn't adequately cover the information they request.
The Work Number and Personal Privacy
Thanks to Bob Sullivan (The Red Tape Chronicles) Equifax takes a prominent place in front of the controversies surrounding how personal information is being used by employers. And the year has just begun...
Supreme Court Decision is a Major Victory for...
In the Riley v California decision, the Supreme Court clarifies that police always need a warrant to search your cell phone, even if you're arrested.
FCRA
The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) gives identity theft victims specific rights when it comes to recovering from identity theft - rights that most businesses still try to take from the victim.
Asking the Right Questions
If you’re interested in protecting your rights as a customer or client, it’s important to know the right questions to ask. Businesses are usually glad to make sure they address your concerns.
Your Employees and Identity Theft
Most business owners understand there are risks involved with hiring a new employee. The new landscape created by identity theft and the potential of data breach can be a minefield if proper steps are not taken early on.
How Identity Theft Happens: Small Business is...
Small businesses often believe they're too small to interest identity thieves, but they're wrong. Identity thieves have an intense interest in small businesses as Jennifer and Rick learned when their small business identity was stolen by a check forgery ring dealing in gray market goods.
Identity Theft Protection Services
Identity theft protection programs have been the fastest growing insurance in North America for six years now. The key to knowing if a program is right for you is asking the right questions, and understanding the various components of identity theft protection.
Identity Theft Enforcement and Restitution Act
The Identity Theft Enforcement and Restitution Act can help consumers recoup the costs associated with having their identity stolen. Currently, this act is still pending approval of the President.
Protect Yourself with Your Smartphone
Now that the cell phone companies are marketing 3G and 4G capable “smartphones” like the Droid, Blackberry and iPhone, identity thieves are targeting these more heavily.
iWallet Provides High-Tech Identity Protection
The latest high-tech idea, the iWallet, combines Bluetooth technology and biometric identification to keep your personal information safe and sound.
How Do You Know Someone Stole Your Identity?
Identity thief, stolen identity, someone stole my identity, steals your identity
What you should know about mobile banking and...
Cell phones, especially smartphones, have become an indispensable part of our lives. We can access anything from Facebook to our bank account at the touch of the screen. In fact, it seems these days that the last thing we really do with our smartphone is make phone calls.
Nigerian Letter Scams
The Nigerian Letter Scam is one that's been around for a while. The advent of the Internet has changed the way the Nigerian Letter Scam is delivered, but it's still the same scam.
A Lesson to Make You Say "WoW"
It’s easy enough to protect a video game from hackers, subscribers to World of Warcraft (WoW) use an authenticator to keep their account safe. Why isn’t this technology being used to protect our bank accounts?
How to Protect Your Identity from Employment...
Unemployment rates keep rising. But identity thieves don't care if you're out of work. They'll take advantage of you anyway with employment scams designed to steal your personal information. Learn how to protect yourself from identity theft employment scams.
How to Prevent Identity Theft
Identity theft is a common crime that affects everyone. Learn how to protect yourself from mortgage scams, mail fraud, credit fraud, and other identity crimes.
Your Driver's License and REAL ID
REAL ID, the latest innovation to come to driver's license requirements, may help curb identity theft.
Identity Theft and Your Children
Watching out for your own identity can be tough, but when you think about your risks where your kids are concerned, there are a couple of things that need to be considered: what information they have, and who has their information.
The Medical Information Bureau
The Medical Information Bureau (MIB) is often cited as a potential threat of medical identity theft, but this is not precisely accurate.
Is Identity Theft Insurance Worth the Cost?
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Healthcare Must Adopt a Security Framework
Guest author Mac McMillan points to the need for a universal security framework guideline that can be adopted by all healthcare organizations to reduce the risk of data breach and medical identity theft.
Virtual LAN Security
An exploration of the concept of VLAN security as it relates to segmenting network traffic by threat/risk level and the all too common practice today of virtualizing everything and labeling it as “secure”.
The Drivers Privacy Protection Act of 1994
The Drivers Privacy Protection Act of 1994
5 Ways to Protect Yourself From Mortgage Scams
Mortgage fraud is often one of the results of identity theft. Learn how to protect yourself from mortgage fraud and prevent criminals from stealing your home right out from under you.
The Identity Theft Resource Center pulls it all...
The Identity Theft Resource Center pulls information together to help understand more fully how, when, and why identity theft can happen.
Key Questions to Ask
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How to Report Identity Theft to the FTC
Federal Trade Commission, FTC, reporting identity theft, Fraud Affidavit
ITAC Sentinel
Product Review: ITAC Sentinel. Identity Theft.
Your WiFi Network, Privacy, and the Safety of...
Privacy is a big concern with regards to unsecured wireless networks, but a recent story about the Evansville Police Department may give you additional incentive to secure your home WiFi.
Tips for the web-savvy surfer, when out and...
Public WiFi networks are easier to find than free water these days, but they have severe risks associated with using them.
So, You Wanna Go "Off the Grid"
NSA surveillance, going off the grid, paranoid
What You Think You Know CAN Hurt You When It...
Sometimes thinking you know something you don’t can have a big impact on your life. This is usually the case when it comes to identity theft, because there has been a lot of misinformation circulated over the past several years.
GPS and RFID Make Privacy Almost Impossible
From RFID chips in your credit cards, to social networking sites, information you make public can be used in ways you never even considered.
Very Annoying "Greentree" Phishing Scam Isn't...
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There Ain't No Such Thing As A Free Lunch...
Identity thieves are hard at work this holiday season. Keep an eye out for these scams.
Your Social Digital Identity
One of the emerging areas of personal privacy we have a great deal of control over is our social digital identity.
The Red Flags Rule
The Red Flags Rule is an addition to FACTA that applies to companies which use credit reports, give information to credit reporting agencies, or accept payments from customers. This law requires companies to watch out for your identity, and to tell you if they see something wrong.
Javelin Identity Theft Report a Mixed Bag of News
I always look forward to this report being released - Javelin has been keeping an eye on these numbers for over a decade now.
Identity Theft - Consumer Reporting Agency
Glossary: Consumer Reporting Agency
HIPAA Goes HITECH
Recent (and upcoming) identity theft laws look toward protecting your personal information.
Leveling the Playing Field
The business perspective on RFID, identity theft, and data security laws. Page 2.
Those IRS folks just keep getting all this...
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License Plate Recognition Systems and Privacy
License plate recognition (LPR) is back in the spotlight as EPIC releases documents detailing how law enforcement agencies collect and share their information.
Healthcare Providers and Identity Theft
The impacts of medical identity theft, insurance identity theft, and social security identity theft are felt most heavily by individuals impacted by the crimes. But the Department of Health and Human Services has set up a new way for healthcare providers to deal with the problem if it happens to their offices.
Next Generation Identification
Obviously as technology advances it will be used by law enforcement to catch bad guys, but privacy-minded organizations are concerned when the FBI ignores legal requests for information.
Identity Theft Insurance
Identity theft insurance is what many Americans have to protect themselves from identity theft. But they sometimes find that what their insurance agent tells them, and what they actually have are completely different things.
Contacting Your State Bar Association
Links for all 50 state bar associations
Monitoring Your Credit
Monitoring your credit is the easiest way to stay on top of your identity. It's easy enough to get your free credit report, but there are many companies that try to trick you into enrolling in a credit monitoring program by saying they will give you one.
Finsphere’s PinPoint Verifies Your...
Finsphere takes a common-sense approach with existing technology to offer “instant” notification for your credit cards, debit cards… all of your finances.
Can Identity Theft Kill You? Medical Identity...
Medical identity theft is possibly the scariest type of identity theft, because of the possibility of getting someone else's information in your medical file.
Business Identity Theft
Statistics say that 90% of all businesses fail during the first five years. Of the 10% that survive, 90% of those fail during the next five years. This is most often because the business owner had not taken into consideration factors that could ruin public perception, or impact his company directly.
Social Media Paranoia
The latest volley to come in the attack on personal privacy isn't a law at all - it's a growing public perception that not having a Facebook account is enough reason to be suspicious of someone.
Blackphone Helps Protect Your Privacy Despite...
The Blackphone has been released, and first reports are more promising than expected.
Identity Theft Reimbursement
Although at first the idea of an identity theft reimbursement program sounds good, but before you enroll in one, be sure you know what it does (and does not) cover.
Resolving Identity Theft - Services to Evaluate
Identity theft resolution programs offer a good deal more help (and value) than basic credit monitoring.
Responding to Identity Theft
Indiana's Attorney General has set up an identity theft response site specifically designed to help victims quickly respond when the worst happens to them.
COPPA
Geared to stop companies from putting children at risk of identity theft, COPPA is the FTC's regulation for what a business must do to collect a child's personal information online.
Work Life and Home Life
Our work lives and private lives have become intertwined, and it is often difficult to separate the two. What concerns are in store for us as our companies struggle to find the right balance between personal privacy, corporate expectations, and the law.
Law Enforcement Goes High Tech
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New Account Fraud
The California Public Interest Research Group (CALPIRG) highlights the impact of technology on identity theft and the climbing cost of new account fraud to victims.
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