Friday, 14 March 2008

Fraud and identity theft

Stealing identities of persons who are unlikely to notice anything is not new. Dead people are an obvious target; but children or babies are also unvoluntarily good candidates. The article is US based, but I can't help making the link with the theft of the CD-Roms from the HM Customs and Excise at the end of last year 2007, where social security numbers of children were involved I reckon... "Stealing credit from a baby" (12 march 2008)

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