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Dateline NBC: To Catch an Identity Thief; Security in the Digital Age: Special Report; By: Will G. Louden™

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Online Special Report

August 1st, 2007


Dateline NBC: To Catch an Identity Thief;

Security in the Digital Age: Special Report

Published: Wednesday, August 1st, 2007


Will G. Louden™

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              Greed, unrealistic expectations, and the quest for a free lunch are what drive some people to commit themselves as well as others into utter stupidity. Somewhere it’s said that, “GREED is one of the seven deadly sins,” but what is it that drives our fellow man to be seduced by, enticed by and swooned into elaborate schemes of a “richer tomorrow?” This is a special report.

              I just completed watching a very interesting televised investigative report presented by Dateline NBC titled, “To Catch an Identity Thief.” This news report, which was broadcasted Sunday, July 22nd, 2007, is what I would consider some of the most entertaining and informative investigative news reporting that I have seen in recent days. It was an excellent report presented by Dateline NBC. Great Job, Dateline!

Dateline NBC: To Catch an Identity Thief; Security in the Digital Age: Special Report

Dateline NBC: To Catch an Identity Thief; Security in

the Digital Age: Special Report - by: Will G. Louden

              This report however was much more than your typical investigative news report. We are no longer living in a world confined by state, country and/or continental borders, albeit a global society of sophisticated and interconnected rings of organized crime and bad intentions. Here however I want to use the report as presented by Dateline along with some of my own analysis and personal security secrets to help people to protect their identity and to stay a bit safer and mindful of living life in our very global Digital Age.

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              I can remember vividly a statement constantly made by one of my high school teachers. "Louden, the pen is mightier than the sword," my biology teacher Coach Kelly, quoting from Edward Bulwer-Lytton, used to tell me. Back then I did not really know what Coach Kelley meant by the statement.

              The international Dateline NBC report, which represented several high-level crime syndicates spanning nearly every major financial district on six continents, clearly unmasked several levels of greed, selfishness, naiveté, and—well, yes—stupidity by most of the ...