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Identity Theft Report of IS

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This is the report of assignment 2 of IS which is worth 20%. This is about identity theft.

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Fraud Crime Criminal law Identity theft Credit cards Credit card fraud Cybercrime Theft Identity Law Identity Theft Resource Center Internet fraud prevention
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Fraud Crime Criminal law Identity theft Credit cards Credit card fraud Cybercrime Theft Identity Law Identity Theft Resource Center Internet fraud prevention
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According to the Australian Federal Police (AFP), “identity crimes costs Australia upwards of $1.6 billion each year, with the majority (around $900m) lost by individuals through credit card fraud, identity theft and scams.” Identity theft can be defined as a crime in which an impersonator gains personally identifiable information of another individual, to commit unlawful acts which primarily involve a financial gain. This can occur in various ways, predominantly through online services such as social media, but can involve identifying documents such as procuring, stealing driver's licences and or credit cards. Through many online forums such as social media, cyber criminals are able to gather personal information which can be used to gain access to intellectual property of an individu...
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