Identity Theft

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The book I read to research this post was 50 Ways To Protect Your Identity In A Digital Age by Steve Weisman which is an excellent book which I bought from kindle. Steve has a blog devoted to identity theft and associated issues at This book is also one of the most comprehensive guides to what is a wide ranging subject. The most common form of identity theft is giving law enforcement officers someone else’s identity with connection to crime. This of course can result in some poor person being arrested for something he hasn’t done. One poor man got arrested 3 times for possession of cocaines and even had to spend 2 nights in jail while it was being cleared up. Luckily his fingerprints were checked and they realised they had the wrong man. Identity theft is the fastest growing crime worldwide. Much of this type of crime…

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