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  • What Is Theft?

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    What is Theft? One of the most widely often committed crimes is theft. Theft is simply stated as: to take a person’s property without having their permission. Although it is one act, theft may encompass multiple categories. Theft is also defined as the taking of one’s property with the intent to permanently deprive from the use of their property. When partaking in the act of theft, typically it would require you to seize possession of the item or belongings, however it can also mean removing or

  • Identity Theft

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    Introduction There is currently a huge growing number of criminals that now do greater and more widespread damage to their victims without ever meeting them. Identity theft surfaced in the early 1990s and turned peoples everyday transactions into a data gathering game. Bits of personal information such as bankcards, credit card accounts, income, social security numbers or just someone name, address, and phone numbers are now collected and could be used illegally by these individuals without anyone’s

  • identity theft

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    with your debit or credit card—your information is out there. Identity theft is a major issue and is one of the fasting growing crimes. Identity theft is defined as a form of stealing someone’s identity, where someone pretends to be someone else. This allows a thief to gain access to financial information and other confidential information. Amazingly, every nineteen minutes a person falls victim to identity theft. Identity theft has grown to 9.9 million a year. After many conducted studies, it has

  • Is Taxation is Theft?

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    which lacks public approval or acquiescence is enforceable, and to gain such support it must address itself to our sense of correctness. This is particularly necessary for statutes authorizing the taking of private property. Sometimes depicted as ‘theft’ by those who are subject to taxation, the accusation is commonly based on the sentiment what do I get from it? However, one chooses to live in a democratic welfare state and to take up the services society has to offer the individual; the argument

  • Identity Theft

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    Identity Theft Have you ever heard someone complain about their bad credit? Some people create their credit problems on their own, by not paying their bills on time, over exceeding credit card limits or bouncing checks. But some of these people are victims of identity theft. Identity theft can occur to almost anyone, especially with the increase in today?s technology. Identity theft is the action of stealing another person?s personal information. Through identity theft the criminals become the

  • Employee Theft

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    Employee Theft The following memorandum written by a director of a security and safety consulting service discusses a critical issue effecting business in our economy today, that of employee theft. "Our research indicated that, over past six years, no incident of employee theft have been reported within ten of the companies that have been our clients. In analyzing the security practices of these ten companies, we have further learned that each of them requires its employees to wear photo identification

  • Identity Theft

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    Identity Theft It has become a new tradition in my immediate family to take cruises to different places in July. This year was going to be the best for me since we were heading to San Juan, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, St. Martin and Nassau. We had all our excursions picked out and for once everybody was going to do something that only I wanted to do. We were going to take a walking tour of Old San Juan and see all the forts and cathedrals that were built when San Juan came about, but a problem that

  • Identity Thefts: The Consequences Of Identity Theft

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    Identity theft can be described as the misappropriation of another person’s identity that typically involves impersonating someone else and taking up that person 's personality. Most cases of identity theft frequently involve the need to access valuable resources or take credit and other advantages that accompany a renowned person 's title. Victims of identity theft (people whose identities have been stolen) stand to suffer unfavorable consequences if they are assumed responsible for the

  • Identity Theft

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    The topic I picked was Identity theft. Identity theft is a serious crime in today’s world. Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal information such as your name, Social Security number, credit card number or other identifying information, without your permission to commit fraud or other crimes. Once the identity thief has your personal information, there are many things they can do with your information. They can use your information to go on shopping sprees, open new accounts, change

  • Art Theft

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    Art Theft Of the many crimes that are present in this day and age, one that not only vandalizes the property, but as well as historical background is that of art theft. A crime that has taken away the sanctity of churches as well as many other religious and historical sites. Thefts have ranged from WWII (World War II) to the times of the Holocaust. Of the items that were taken from the churches, relics were items of great priority. These items not only had great value to the churches they were