Eleventh Circuit narrows definition for what constitutes identity theft victim
In a case of first impression, the Eleventh Circuit was asked to determine who is considered an identity theft victim. Those whose information was used, not merely sold, are victims, the three-judge panel held.
Given the novelty of the case, the court's decision could have ripple effects across the country on how courts sentence identity thieves.
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