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    project is identity theft. What is identity theft? How do I find out if anyone is spying on me or has stolen my information? What should be the next steps after finding out that you’re the victim? How do I report a fraud activity from my credit report? How can I prevent identity theft? 2) How is the topic important to you and how does it affect you? What do you personally hope to gain or accomplish by writing about this topic? My topic is identity theft. I’ve been a identity theft victim before not

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    Identity theft is basically using someone’s personal information without their prior knowledge. One example: is a thief getting ahold of another’s person’s social security and driver’s license numbers and using that information to get a credit card or to buy a car. Anyone can become a victim of this crime because of the sheer countless ways for a person to steal another’s identity. Every state has different requirements for a crime to constitute as identity theft. “For example: In Wisconsin:

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    Identity theft-protect your identity Juniper Compton September 21, 2016 Mall security 1. Place a fraud alert on your credit file by contacting one of the three credit reporting company 2. Close any accounts that was open without permission or the identity theft has opened 3. File a complaint with the federal trade commission 4. File a report to

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    Idenitty Theft

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    wonder how that can be? Well you might have been a victim of identity theft. What is identity theft you ask? It is a form of fraud or cheating of another person's identity in which someone pretends to be someone else by assuming that person's identity, typically in order to access resources or obtain credit and other benefits in that person's name. According to the national association of the attorneys general, “Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the nation with an estimated

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    Art Theft

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    Art Theft Art Theft is quite a hot topic considering it happens almost every day in museums, auctions, galleries, and online. Art Theft does not even exclusively deal with older artists such as Van Gogh and Michelangelo, it deals with artists of every time period. Today there are over 3 million dollars worth of precious art stolen and sold yearly. Many divisions of people are ending up in lawsuits, and smaller artists are losing the credit they deserve. An example of modern art theft is the Zara

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    think about what crimes they are committing like motor vehicle theft, larceny and theft and robbery. Each of the crimes is serious, but some people don’t understand the consequence of what they could be up against. Automobile theft is a felony which you could face up to one or more years in prison. Robbery is a crime that happens every day and usually deals with someone intentionally taking something from a store or a person. Larceny and Theft is another crime that is similar to robbery, but it is a more

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    Chinese involvement in Intellectual Property Theft The depth of China’s involvement in intellectual property theft is far greater than I would have ever expected. Prior to taking the business law course, I never thought about what intellectual property theft was or the impacts that it has. The report of the Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property, states that “China is the world’s largest source of Intellectual Property theft” (pg 10 & 11) costing the American economy hundreds

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    victim of employee theft? Did you know that employee theft has cost from small businesses to major Fortune 500 companies over $37.14 billion in 2010 alone? Fraud against business includes the theft of physical assets such as cash or inventory. Essentially there are two types of inventory fraud: physical loss and financial statement fraud. Inventory shrinkage is the term use in accounting to describe the loss of inventory. Loss of inventory might be due to shoplifting, employee theft, damage, etc. Inventory

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    Police Incident Theft

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    Synopsis: Theft that occurred between 1244-1248 hrs, on 11/5/16 at Dollar General (6304 66th St N, Pinellas Park FL, 33781). The unknown suspect stole 4 items valued at $6.12. He walked through all points of purchase and left the store. Obtain video of the crime and a receipt of the items stolen. I sent an email out to attempt to identify the suspect. DVD was submitted into property and evidence. Narrative: On 11/5/16 at approximately 1304 hrs, I responded to Dollar General located at 6304 66th

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    " and when a person is a victim of identity theft, it is this "distinct characteristic" that is stolen Therefore the victims of identity theft often feel a deep sense of violation as they struggle to reclaim their good names. The government must implement better regulations to help put an end to this crime which is affecting millions of innocent Americans. Until then there are three important ways individual must protect themselves against identity theft, customers should understand how identity thieves

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