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March 22, 2006

Iowa Considers Identity Theft Passports

Iowa is proposing the creation of an identity theft passport.  These would be given to victims of identity theft that can be presented to the police to help prevent arrest for crimes committed using their names by others.  They would also be used with creditors in investigating fraud.  The measure is House File 2506.

CNET has the details.

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