comparing total harm from identity theft and interpersonal violence

Survey data, estimates, and reasonable parameters suggest that in the U.S., the total harm from identity theft  is greater than the total harm from interpersonal violence, excluding murder.   Among high-income countries, the U.S. has relatively high rates of interpersonal violence.   Since identity theft can be perpetrated via global communications networks, rates of identity theft probably … Continue reading comparing total harm from identity theft and interpersonal violence