How The Law Slowly Is Dealing With Identity Theft

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Several factors have combined to make identity theft a particularly intractable crime, says the New York Times. They include the growth of the Internet and digital finance, expanding consumer credit worldwide, the hodgepodge nature of local and federal law enforcement, and the changing regulations governing the credit industry. Everyone is fair game. Thieves recently snatched
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