State of Affairs; Identity and Data Theft

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Ten years ago, identity theft was an almost unheard of crime.  Now almost 10 million Americans a year fall victim to ID predators. How are these criminals accessing private information?  Who is vulnerable?  What can you do to prevent it happening to you? If your identity is taken, where do you go for help with reclaiming your life?

I had the pleasure of being a guest on Louisville Public Media's State of Affairs show on WFPL, hosted by Julie Kreden, along with Louisville Metro Police Fraud Detective Matt Glass and Kevin Winstead, the Assistant Attorney General of Kentucky.

Listen to the show hereIdentity and Data Theft

You can also find the NPR Podcast Directory here: WFPL State of Affairs 

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