Posted on February 5th, 2011 No comments
Twenty-seven people have been indicted for their role in a far-reaching an identity theft ring that used stolen credit cards to purchase products from Apple stores around the country.
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Ring busted for buying Apple goods with fake cards
Posted on November 26th, 2010 No comments
Two former University of Central Missouri students have been indicted in a computer hacking plot, as prosecutors allege that the pair planned to sell the identities of 90,000 students, faculty and alumni.
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Former UCM Students Charged with Identity Theft in Hacking Plot
Merchants and financial firms remain at odds as to data security measures and responsibilities.
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U.S. Payment-Card Industry Grapples With Security
Facebook invades the privacy of its customers and misappropriates people’s images and personal information, and sells that gold mine of information to other businesses, according to a class action filed in Southern California.
Eight people have been indicted for a clever sting involving two phone retailers allegedly carrying out massive identity theft. The indictment states that the two accused used their access codes to the T-Mobile and AT&T customer databases and stole customer details.
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Retailers indicted in $22m identity theft fraud