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Identity theft is the act of impersonating someone else on a computer system, for malicious purposes - i.e. without their knowledge or consent.

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Legalities aside, you should always be very careful about how you store personal data. Details like NI number can be used to impersonate individuals (particularly where it stored alongside other ident …
answered Oct 6 by Shaun Killingbeck