November 25, 2002

Identity On The Mind - Feds: Largest identity theft ring in U.S. history busted - Nov. 25, 2002

Read the CNN article and then think about whether you really want government this Homeland Security Initiative. [NYTimes]

I smell a class action suit against the credit agency that let the fraud occur. The Homeland Bill will take years to sort out.

In other identity news, the General Services Administration has posted the presentations from a conference on identity. Good to know someone is paying attention. Thanks to Scott Loftesness for the link.

P.S. Skied Killington today - love pre-season weekdays - no lines and great snow.

Posted by Abner on November 25, 2002 09:11 PM | TrackBack
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