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IDENTITY CRIME PREVENTION INSTITUTE

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  • Pisciotta v. Old National Bancorp: Dismissal of Class Action Alleging Negligence, Breach of Contract in Hacking Case

    The U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in August 23, 2007, in this case involving identity exposure via data breach. The plaintiffs in the class action suit sought to recover damages for the unauthorized disclosure of their personal information through a data breach at Old National Bankcorp. Old National Bancorp (ONB) gathered customer data

    September 19, 2023
  • U.S. v. Rafael Chikvashvili: Health Care Fraud, Aggravated Identity Theft

    Rafael Chikvashvili, 67, was convicted in federal court in Maryland on charges of health care fraud resulting in death, wire fraud conspiracy, false statements and aggravated identity theft in regard to a scheme to defraud Medicaid and Medicare of over $7.5 million. Chikvashvili was the owner of Alpha Diagnostics, a portable diagnostic services provider. He

    September 19, 2023
  • U.S. v. Taylor: Aggravated Identity Theft, Making False Statements to Federal Financial Institution

    Lloyd Taylor appealed a conviction on six counts of aggravated identity theft and seven counts of making false statements to a bank in a case arising from a tax evasion scheme in which the defendant used several false identities to open accounts at banks for obtaining cashier’s checks, which were then used to purchase gold.

    September 19, 2023
  • UNITED STATES v. ZITRON: Aggravated Identity Theft Appeal

    Harvey Zitron was convicted on two counts of aggravated identity theft, in addition to five counts of filing false tax returns, and three counts of using an unauthorized access device in connection with a company called Millennium Republic, a seller of chemical products. In 2002, while operating the company, he suggested to an employee that

    September 19, 2023
  • Kansas v. Hardesty: Does the Use of a Deceased Person’s identity Constitute Identity Theft?

    Kansas v. Hardesty: Does the Use of a Deceased Person’s identity Constitute Identity Theft? Bradley Hardesty appealed his conviction on charges of that he violated Kansas identity theft law. When pulled over on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, he tried to use the driver’s license of his deceased brother to hide his identity. The appeal

    September 19, 2023
  • United States v. Savarese: Aggravated Identity Theft

    In August of 2007, Dennis Savarese and James DeSimone were arrested near the Prairie Meadows Racetrack in Altoona, Iowa. When arrested, they had six stolen credit cards, each of which had a corresponding false identification with the shareholder’s name but with the picture of either Savarese or DeSimone. The pair’s arrest followed a long investigation

    September 19, 2023
  • People v. Barden: Is Assumption of Identity a Discrete Element of Identity Theft?

    The appeal of Scott Barden’s case involves what elements constitute identity theft and if intangible property can be possessed criminally. The case was brought when the defendant used the credit card number of an associate to pay hotel expenses without being authorized to do so. The specific questions before the appeals court were 1) if

    September 8, 2023
  • Parents, Privacy Advocates in California Object to Release of Student Information

    After finding out that the personal information of millions of students in California is to be provided to attorneys for a nonprofit advocacy organization, many parents have become upset, and they are joined in their concern by privacy advocates. According to Linda McNulty of the California Concerned Parents Association (CCPA), more than 3,000 emails were

    September 8, 2023
  • New California Bill Seeks to Ban Default Encryption on All Smartphones

    California Assembly Bill 1681, which was introduced by Assembly member Jim Cooper, would require any smartphone sold in the state “to be capable of being decrypted and unlocked by its manufacturer or its operating system provider.” Legal experts believe this represents a more drastic measure than the legal precedent currently under examination in the disagreement

    September 8, 2023
  • Fitness Trackers Used as Evidence in Court Raising Privacy Concerns

    Fitness trackers have ignited concerns over consumers’ privacy as data from the devices is being used in court cases. The devices capture substantial information about how users spend their time and how their bodies react and perform while they go about their day. Fitness trackers record when the user goes to bed, when they get

    September 8, 2023
  • Preliminary Injunction against ID Theft Law Vacated by 9th Circuit Appeals Court

    A preliminary injunction granted by a U.S. District Judge in Arizona in connection with an identity theft law was vacated by the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. The findings of District Judge David G. Campbell held that the plaintiffs’ facial preemption claim had merit. The Appeals Court remanded the case, which was brought by

    September 8, 2023
  • Federal Judge Remands Experian Data Breach Lawsuit to California State Court

    A federal judge in California has dismissed and remanded a suit against Experian Data Corporation and Infosearch LLC concerning an alleged data breach that exposed personal information held the firms’ databases to identity thieves. The judge sent Patton v. Experian back to the state court, stating that the plaintiffs did not show “injury-in-fact” as required

    September 8, 2023
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