Identity theft: it's personal

Friday, 10 December 2004, 8:14 AM EST

The latest news on identity theft is chilling. In 2002, nearly 10 million Americans fell victim to a crime that is cold, calculated, and ultimately personal.

With the flick of a keystroke or swipe of a pen, perpetrators across the land accessed personal information from unsuspecting victims and turned the data into hundreds of millions of dollars in ill-gotten gain.

By Richard K. Avery at the Holbrook Sun.

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