Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Private Investigator News: Real theft of ID theft not found in court records

"Experts on identity theft and law enforcement who investigate the problem agree the real threat to your personal information and your bank account doesn't come from publicly available records.

The Oklahoma Supreme Court is considering new rules that would eliminate birth dates and other identifying information from court records statewide as a response to fears of identity theft. The move would make it virtually impossible to check the criminal backgrounds of those you deal with, but experts agree it won't do much to prevent identity theft.

Richard Varn, executive director of the Coalition for Sensible Public Records Access, has worked as chief information officer for the state of Iowa and the city of San Antonio."

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