Identity Theft Highlights the Importance of Data Responsibility

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In this article, the concept of 'data responsibility' is proposed, a concept which requires the realization that - in the modern electronic age - owners and users of information which may be regarded as private (credit card details and other personally identifiable information) must take some responsibility for the guardianship of this information.

This translates into an increased awareness that personally-identifiable information must be adequately secured by both the owner and the user, who are by no means the same entity. Identity theft can be seen as an example of how this data responsibility is lacking. Identity theft Although ...

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