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A kinda different type of identity theft ...

Identity thieves are not nice people.  They steal, kind of at a distance, usually inefficiently, and create much more cost and trouble for victims than what they get out if it.

 

But stealing from the people you are ostensibly managing has got to be a new low ...

 

(Turning briefly to the issue of data integrity, you will forgive me if I have absolutely no confidence in the US administration reuniting separated families and kids within 30 days.  Having worked extensively in emergency services and disasters, where we constantly stress the need for accuracy, I can only see the rushed implementation of an ill-thought out policy as creating an enormous mess.)


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Re: A kinda different type of identity theft ...

@rslade--"Identity thieves are not nice people" : are you referring to Facebook,Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Equifax, or some other folks? 

 

Do you really, really, really, have to start this ...

 

 


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Chuxing Chen, Ph.D., CISSP, PMP
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Re: A kinda different type of identity theft ...

@rslade - Regarding your comments in parentheses, reminded me an ancient Chinese story:

 

An eminent Buddhist monk posted a question to his junior monks: "There is a bell tied to a tiger's neck, who's able to untie the bell off that tiger?" Answered by one of his not-so-good monks: "whoever tied that bell on the tiger originally."

 

Moral of the story: whoever created the problem has to solve it.

 

Cheers,

 

 


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Chuxing Chen, Ph.D., CISSP, PMP