My January column, “Insurers Using Technology to Fight Insurance Fraud,” N.Y.L.J. Jan. 5, 2017, discussed various new forms of technology that insurance companies are using to fight insurance fraud.

These efforts are producing results for insurers—and, in appropriate instances, for federal, state, and local prosecutors—in the battle against insurance fraud. This month’s column highlights a variety of instances where individuals were trapped by their own devices, or by other persons’ broadcasts over the internet. Not everyone sued or charged in the situations discussed in this column necessarily committed civil or criminal insurance fraud, but these examples demonstrate the risks of trying to cheat an insurance company in today’s world.

The Go-Pro Video Case

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