SJR 38 ID Theft Resources
If you are a victim of Identity Theft (described in 45-6-332, MCA):
file a report with a local law enforcement agency; obtain an Identity Theft Passport from the Office of Consumer Protection. Follow advice there and on the FTC website below. WEBSITES* Veterans Administration - news on ID theft Federal Trade Commission ID Theft Site Identity Theft Resource Center Law Library Resource Xchange OnGuardOnline Credit Reporting Agencies: Experian, Equifax, TransUnion Electronic Privacy Information Center on Freezes, SSNs Social Security Administration - History ARTICLES OF INTEREST* New Articles, Scam Alerts FCC's proposed privacy rule Bill in Congress for Phone Records Privacy South Korea may assign fraud liability to banks ID theft and methamphetamine Suggestions regarding online investing, cell phones
Social Security Numbers Government Accountability Office Report on SSNs (pdf) Examples of SSN Privacy Notices from DHHS Background information on hunting licenses & SSNs Data or ID Theft Bill in Congress on ID Theft, HR 3997 NY Times article on ID theft bills in Congress ID Theft/Fraud Data from Javelin Research Hype about ID Theft Personal Phone Records Sell for a Price Insurer Survey on ID Theft Credit Card numbers stolen from state database Credit Union: security breaches not major theft NAMIC view of security breach laws Security Freezes, Other State Laws Security freeze and homebuying issues Illinois, Nevada ID Theft Enactment Congressional action National Assn. of AGs legislative review on ID theft Witnesses for HR 3997 hearing in Congress Congressional dispute over data protection Computer Concerns IRS alert on tax refund phishing email Microsoft endorses uniform privacy standards Banks' approaches to online security Online perils FBI report on computer security Hints for keeping website searches more private
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