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Equifax Breach and Identity Theft

In August Equifax, a consumer credit reporting agency, announced that over 140 million had their information compromised after a data breach took place between May and July. Identity Theft and the Equifax Breach It has now been reported that economic losses of $125 million spurred by the Equifax breach were among the largest on record […]

Human Trafficking: The Modern Slave Trade

Most people probably think the slave trade in the United States ended in 1807. That year the congress put legislation into place that prohibited new slaves to come into the country. When the Act Prohibiting Importation of Slaves was past, the practice of importing slaves into America should have become history. Most Americans today would […]

Data Breach and Identity Theft

A data breach is when the records of a company are either lost or stolen. When this happens, any sensitive information the company may have of yours, such as social security number, bank information, or credit card information, can end up in identity thief hands. They can then use your information to steal your money, […]

Medical Identity Theft

Definition of Medical Identity Theft Identity theft is the fraudulent stealing of somebody’s personal information, such as name and social security number, in order to acquire personal gain, such as money, personal gratification, or prestige. Medical identity theft also includes the fraudulent stealing of a person’s health insurance number to illegally obtain medical services or […]

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