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